Princes Harry and William will be brought back together due to their “unbreakable tie”, a royal expert has claimed.
Face-to-face contact between the two royal brothers has been limited since the Duke of Sussex left the UK in 2020 – having only returned twice since.
Over the past two years there have been numerous reports of a feud between the pair, but PA royal correspondent Alan Jones insists the “unbreakable bond” they share will ultimately push the two brothers to reconcile.
Speaking to True Royalty's The Royal Beat, he said: "I think William has still got a lot of time for Harry. He's his little brother at the end of the day.
"Even though they haven't seen eye to eye, I think there is still that brotherly bond, their mother's death has created this unbreakable tie between them.
"At the end of the day, he will always put his arm around him, whatever he said about the family."
Shortly after Harry and Meghan's sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey in March last year, the Duke of Cambridge revealed he had not yet spoken with his brother.
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He said: "No, I haven't spoken to him yet but I will do."
Prince William then added: "We are very much not a racist family."
The two brothers were reunited shortly after however, at the funeral of their grandfather Prince Philip, who died in April last year.
Prince Harry then made his way back to Britain once again to attend the unveiling ceremony of a statue in tribute to their mother Princess Diana at Kensington Palace.
On neither occasion was Meghan or their children travelling with him.
And as the Royal Family attended a special memorial service to honour the Duke of Edinburgh earlier this week, the Duke of Sussex did not return to the UK.
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