According to the British journalist, the late royal was keen on ‘transparency’ and would have defended William, 38, and Harry, 35, and his ‘treatment within the royal family’.
Speaking to ET Online, the author said that the ‘bond of brotherhood is extremely important to Harry’, and predicted that the siblings will get back on track.
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Princess Diana (seen left in 1989) would have got Prince Harry and Prince William together and ‘made them work through their issues’, Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie claims
He said: ‘Diana definitely would’ve got Harry and William together and made them work through their issues’.
‘I think transparency was always something really important to Diana, and it’s something we haven’t seen a lot of in the recent months or the past few years with Harry and their treatment of them within the royal family,’
‘Diana would’ve stood up for them and she would’ve seen the position they were in mirrors some of the challenges that she faced within the institution too, but I think one thing we have to remember with Harry and William’s relationship today is it’s not over.’
According to the British journalist, the late royal was keen on ‘transparency’ and would have defended William, 38, and Harry, 35, seen in 2018 with Meghan and Kate and his ‘treatment within the royal family’
Royal commentator and journalist Duncan Larcombe remembered meeting Harry, now 35, for a drink in 2008 after the results of the inquest into the death of his mother, the late Princess Diana, were published.
The British writer told Ok! magazine that he spotted the first signs of ‘unresolved anger’ Harry was harbouring, over his lack of control over his own destiny and what was being said about his mother.
According to the expert, Harry has ‘never been able to shake his discomfort at not being ‘normal’, and how his public image has been portrayed compared to that of his brother, 38, despite him ‘often offering William advice’.
Royal commentator and journalist Duncan Larcombe remembered meeting Harry, now 35, for a drink in 2008 after the results of the inquest into the death of his mother, the late Princess Diana, were published (William and Harry seen in 2018 at St James’ Palace)
Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe told the publication how he met Harry for a drink after the results of the inquest into his mother’s death were published 12 years ago.
He said: ‘Harry was absolutely furious that his father’s advisors had put out a statement. That was a sign to me that he has an inbuilt, unresolved anger about having no control of what’s said. This desire to control his own destiny has always been there.’
He added: ‘Harry has never been able to shake that resentment of not feeling normal either. It’s a shame that no one has said to him, ‘Your brother wants what’s best for you.’
’Harry once told me that he really resents the perception that William’s the sensible one while he’s the loose cannon. He said there were times when it was actually Harry giving William advice.’
According to the expert, Harry has ‘never been able to shake his discomfort at not being ‘normal’, and how his public image has been portrayed compared to that of his brother, 38 (William, Harry, Meghan and Kate are seen in 2018 at Westminster Abbey)
In new royal biography Finding Freedom, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand lay bare the rumoured rift between the Princes.
Kate and Prince William are currently staying at Amner Hall in Norfolk with Prince William and the couple’s children Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
Finding Freedom is already an Amazon bestseller after topping the site’s UK-list last week
Meanwhile, Meghan and Prince Harry are living in a Santa Barbara home in Los Angeles with their son Archie, one.
The authors detail how Kate ‘did little to bridge the divide’ with Meghan, while sources have said that the Duchess of Cambridge had ‘definitely sided with her husband.
Reports of a rift first surfaced amid reports that William told Harry he should ‘take things slowly’ with Meghan, before rumours arose that Kate told Meghan what her flower girls should be wearing for her 2018 wedding to Harry.
The reports intensified when the Sussexes moved out of their Kensington Palace abode, where the Cambridges are based, to Windsor Castle.
Speaking about the new book – which describes the brothers’ conversations as ‘stilted’- this week, royal author Andrew Morton called the divide between Prince Harry and Prince William ‘just a very sad situation’, explaining that the duo have now ‘gone their separate ways.’
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