Prince Harry, his brother Prince William and his dad, Prince Charles, reportedly had a two-hour meeting after Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday, leading royal fans to believe a reconciliation might be on the cards.
After weeks of tension between all three of them, Prince Harry’s arrival in the UK for the funeral of his grandfather was seen by royal experts as a chance for the Windsors to patch things up.
And it seems that’s exactly what they tried to do, with Prince Charles reportedly holding a private two-hour talk with his sons, as according to The Sun, it’s what Prince Philip would have wanted.
It’s also now been revealed that Prince Harry may stick around in the UK until after the Queen’s 95th birthday this Wednesday.
The Duke of Sussex has also agreed to unveil a statue of their mother, Princess Diana in July to mark what would have been her 60th birthday.
Indeed, things between the brothers has been fraught for a while now, with rumours of a ‘feud’ between them circling for the past few years.
Prince Harry confirmed that he and his brother needed ‘space’ back in March when he gave a tell-all interview to Oprah Winfrey, alongside his wife, Meghan Markle.
During the candid interview, the Sussexes also levelled racist claims at a member of the royal family, saying the unnamed person had made remarks about what colour Archie’s skin would be when he was born.
However, when his grandfather died last week, Prince Harry flew straight to the UK so he could quarantine for five days before attending Philip’s funeral.
The 36-year-old was part of the procession behind Prince Philip’s coffin, alongside his cousin, Peter Phillips and his brother, Prince William.
It’s been claimed that Prince William allegedly asked for their cousin to be placed in the middle of them so as not to draw too much attention to them.
When they got inside the church, the brothers were seated opposite each other and kept their heads bowed for most of the ceremony.
Later during the day there were further signs of a potential reconciliation as William, Harry and Kate were seen walking and talking together.
The 38-year-old Duke of Cambridge and 36-year-old Duke of Sussex were snapped chatting as they made their way from St. George’s Chapel back to Windsor Castle alongside the rest of the royal family.
Twitter exploded once the moment was shown on TV, with one person commenting: “This is so lovely to see! The three of them supporting each other in this sad time”.
“Grief really makes people come together and reevaluate everything,” another person wrote.
“It did warm my heart seeing William, Harry and Kate so close,” a person wrote, with another agreeing, writing: “Just like old times”.
One source told The Mirror, “It will take a long time to heal on all sides, but the initial signs are encouraging. It is very much hoped this is a turning point.”