Prince Harry and Prince William are likely to face each other before a formal reunion, a royal official said.
The brothers are considering dealing with the situation at a distance, before launching a memorial service for their late mother, Princess Diana, in the summer.
“In spite of all their differences, the two are still fully committed to preserving their mother’s legacy,” an insider told Us Weekly, adding that William and Harry will unite in public at the July 1, 2021 event, no matter what.
“It’s a real shame that they are in such a bad mood when it comes to this because it will be a lot of emotion,” the source said.
Earlier, Harry mentioned in an interview with Winfrey that he sympathizes with William and his father, Prince Charles, because they are trapped in the royal family.
While some insiders believe the interview widens the gap between the brothers, someone inside the palace said their late mother could still join them, “Diana would not want her sons to be in this bitter war – and William and Harry both know they are all right,” they said.