Prince Harry and William still have common ground despite their feud - in not letting history repeat itself for their children.
- Prince William and Harry have faced a strained relationship since Harry and Meghan stepped back as senior royals
- The royal brothers are reportedly united in their approach to raising their children, however, and not repeating past family mistakes
- This royal news comes after it’s been announced that Princess Dianas’ statue will be opened to the public for this special reason
The announcement of Harry’s ‘wholly truthful’ memoir has sparked further tensions, as the Queen is said to be ‘extremely concerned and PR experts have warned that it could spell a rocky year for William and Kate.
However, a relationship expert has told the Express, it is clear that despite the rift, they still share common ground when it comes to their children.
Prince William and Kate have three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, and Harry and Meghan have Archie and welcomed their second child, Lilibet, in June.
Relationship expert Sami Wunder says, ‘Both the Princes are so determined to give a happy childhood to their children. This is a commonality where both of them are on the same page.’
‘Harry very openly talks about this, he talks about how he wants to be present for his family, and he’s very much making that happen. And with William, even though he doesn’t talk about it openly, I think we can see the demonstration of that as we saw at the football match.’
He continued, ‘This is such a great point of connection that both princes are emotionally available for their kids, and in that sense, history is not repeating itself and I think we can be all glad about that.’