William and Harry peace at risk as Duke of Sussex ‘set back healing process back 10 steps’

Prince Harry and William's relationship discussed by Nicholl

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Royal expert Katie Nicholl insisted that Prince Harry talking about his upbringing and the Royal Family is not helping mend broken bridges. While speaking on Entertainment Tonight, Ms Nicholl claimed the Duke of Sussex was taking “10 steps back” with brother Prince William every time he mentions his personal life. This comes as Prince Harry faces a backlash for his candid confessions during the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard.

Ms Nicholl said: “I think it was everyone’s hope that Prince Philip’s funeral would preface the thawing of ice.

“We know things have been very strained and difficult behind the scenes.

“I understand there were conversations on Archie’s birthday.”

The Royal expert then reflected on Prince Harry’s latest comment on the Royal Family.

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She said: “Things like this podcast which really just opens up another Pandora’s Box can only set that healing process back by ten steps.

“I think it is inevitable that every time the Duke of Sussex speaks out about personal relationships is going to be damaging to the healing of this rift.

“This is particularly true for the rift between Prince Harry and Prince William.

“I think there is a desire on the part of both of the brothers to move on and heal this relationship.

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“Will the brothers be standing shoulder to shoulder on July 1st for the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue?

“What is that body chemistry going to look like.

“At the moment we are still not 100 percent sure that Harry is going to be here for that.

“Of course, that depends on when his daughter is born and how Meghan is.”

During the podcast, Prince Harry insisted he was attempting to break away from the cycle of pain he felt was in the monarchy.

Speaking about his upbringing, the Duke said: “There is no blame.

“I don’t think we should be pointing the finger or blaming anybody.

“But certainly when it comes to parenting if I’ve experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered.

“I’m going to make sure I break that cycle so that I don’t pass it on, basically.

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