Prince Harry ‘done more damage’ says Jobson
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The claims were made in a recently published book penned by Stewart Pearce, who worked with Prince Harry’s mother Princess Diana before her untimely death. In an interview about the biography – titled ‘Diana – Voice of Change’ – Stewart makes the remarkable claim the two couples have rebonded and are now “very close”.
He said: “I know that the four are talking with one another and they’re talking by Zoom Facetime. They’re very close with one another…
“And what’s remarkable is that they all totally respect [each other], but this lens is different.
“It’s not [William and Kate’s] responsibility to be involved in, you know, verbalising anything.
“What they do is just simply offer as much peace and tranquillity and calm as possible.”
Meghan Harry William and Kate attended royal duties together before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex m (Image: Getty)
Kate and William are now on talking terms with Harry and Meghan, a Royal biographer has said (Image: Getty)
Stewart made the comments just days after another source told US Weekly the two brothers and their wives reconnected after the birth of Harry and Meghan’s daughter Lilibet in June.
The same source claimed Kate is even sending the family gifts in an effort to reunite.
The two reports may lay to bed rumours the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince William, 39, and the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, have been embroiled in a feud, sparked by Kate and Meghan not getting on.
The claims have been made by multiple sources for years, with reports of Kate making Meghan cry and Kate disapproving of Meghan’s treatment of royal staff.
The two couples are now said to be closer than ever (Image: Getty)
Royal Family tree (Image: Express)
In March, Meghan, 40, and Harry, 36 gave an interview to popular US TV host Oprah Winfrey in which they claimed that Meghan had felt suicidal whilst carrying out Royal duties and that her pleas for help were ignored.
The couple gave up their Royal obligations and moved to America last year, whilst Kate and William have continued in their appointed roles and their popularity in the UK has soared.
In the Oprah Winfrey interview, which had 17.4 million viewers, Harry confirmed he and his brother had distanced stating “the relationship is ‘space’ at the moment”,
Although he was quick to add: “time heals all things, hopefully.”
William Kate Harry and Meghan were previously close before a feud made the couples grow apart (Image: Getty)
The four have been regularly having talks online since the birth of Harry and Meghan’s daughter (Image: Getty)
The Sussexes also claimed a member of the Royal family, who they have not named, made a racist comment ahead of the birth of their son Archie, who was born in 2019.
They claimed a family member wondered how dark the skin of the child would be – which the couple took offence to.
William responded to the allegations after the show by telling journalists: “We are very much not a racist family.”