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Prince Harry and Prince William’s feud ‘runs very deep’ – Public display picked apart

Prince William and Prince Harry reunite at Diana statue unveiling

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Today, the royal siblings marked what would have been Princess Diana’s 60th birthday by unveiling a bronze statue, which depicts the Princess of Wales alongside three children. This reunion comes amid rumours of a rift between the two brothers.

But now, Piers Morgan has picked apart their public outing and claimed their division “runs very deep” and “very furiously”.

In his latest column in the MailOnline, he wrote: “Yes, they smiled for the cameras and put on an apparently warm display of unity, and that was good to see.

“But the two men have had decades to practice hiding their real feelings from the public, and trust me, it’s easy.”

The former Good Morning Britain presenter went on to say how “appearances can be deceptive”.

He said: “I’m assured that the division between the brothers runs very deep and very furiously.

“How could it not – given how viciously Harry and his wife Meghan have publicly trashed the Royal Family on global television this year?”

However, Mr Morgan said the one thing that may bring the brothers back together would be their mother.

He continued: “William and Harry’s feud would have broken Diana’s heart.

“She lived for those boys and showered them in constant love and affection, and she’d have been devastated to see them shower each other in vitriol and hatred these past few years.

“I’m sure she would have stopped it had she still been alive. But she’s not.

“So, it’s left to them to sort it out between themselves.”

Following the unveiling of the statue, William and Harry issued a statement which read: “Today, on what would have been our Mother’s 60th birthday, we remember her love, strength and character – qualities that made her a force for good around the world, changing countless lives for the better.

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“Every day, we wish she were still with us, and our hope is that this statue will be seen forever as a symbol of her life and her legacy.

“Thank you to Ian Rank-Broadley, Pip Morrison and their teams for their outstanding work, to the friends and donors who helped make this happen, and to all those around the world who keep our mother’s memory alive.”

The statue, privately funded by the brothers, had been originally commissioned to mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Diana.

The garden has also been rearranged to complement the sculpture and create a “calmer and more reflective setting” for the new art piece, the Palace has said.

After revealing the statue, Kensington Palace said: “The figure of Diana, Princess of Wales, is surrounded by three children who represent the universality and generational impact of the Princess’s work.

“The portrait and style of dress was based on the final period of her life, as she gained confidence in her role as an ambassador for humanitarian causes and aims to convey her character and compassion.”

In a statement, sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley noted: “We wanted to capture her warmth and humanity while showcasing the impact she had across generations.

“I hope that people will enjoy visiting the statue and the Sunken Garden, and taking a moment to remember the Princess.”

The Princess of Wales was aged just 36 when she died in a Paris car crash in 1997, five years after she separated from Prince Charles.

She championed hundreds of causes, but in her final years was particularly well known for advocating against the use of landmines.

Shortly before her death, she visited Bosnia and Angola, where she was photographed walking through a minefield wearing a visor and bomb-proof vest.

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