US weekly hosts Molly Mulshine and Christina Garibaldi discussed the rift between Prince Harry and Prince William. The pair highlighted that royal expert Omid Scobie had claimed the pair are not on good terms at all and haven’t resolved their differences. The US weekly royal experts added that it seemed unlikely the pair would see eye to eye on their problems.
Ms Garibaldi said: “Finding Freedom co-author Omid Scobie made some shocking new claims about the relationship between Prince Harry and Prince William.
“He basically said that the two of them are never going to see eye to eye and probably won’t get back on track for quite some time.
“This is some shocking news because we always get stories saying they are talking again or things are getting back to normal.
“Omid Scobie pretty much has a direct line to Harry and Meghan and he is pretty much saying Harry and William are not on good terms at all.”
Prince Harry and William will NEVER see ‘eye to eye’ as brothers ‘not on good terms’
Prince Harry and Prince William continue to remain on bad terms with little hope of repairing the r
Ms Mulshine also added that many royal fans would like to see the brothers repair the relationship.
She also commented on whether other Royal Family members should intervene.
Ms Mulshine said: “Isn’t it funny how we all just want them to all be friends again?
“Nobody wants this, didn’t Omid also say that no senior royals have stepped in to help them mend fences.
Ms Mulshine also commented on whether other Royal Family members should intervene.
“To me, that sounds like all the senior royals are also mad at Prince Harry.”
Mr Garibaldi agreed and highlighted the difficult position other members of the Royal Family are currently in due to their relationship with Harry.
She added that other royals may be hopeful the feud will eventually resolve itself.
She said: “It seems like they are kind of washing their hands of this, trying to ignore it and maybe it will go away.
“I don’t think that is happening either.
“They said that Harry and William had these interactions and it was very to the surface conversations, nothing deep or meaningful.
“I just think that one doesn’t agree with how the other is handling one thing and the same with the other so they are never going to be on the same page.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK