Harry and William ‘call truce’ for Diana ceremony but still ‘no reconciliation’

Prince Harry and Prince William have called a truce ahead of the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue but are no closer to reconciling, sources claim.

The royal brothers are due to attend Kensington Palace on July 1, their first meeting since Prince Philip’s funeral back in April.

They have reportedly been communicating through “minimal” text conversations ever since the breakdown of their relationship.

Despite the clash between the two, both brothers seem determined to show full respect on what would have been Diana’s 60th birthday.

William and Harry will leave Kensington Palace, walk to the statue and make individual speeches to commemorate their late mother.

Sources close to the family say there has been no reconciliation between the princes since Harry and wife Meghan Markle’s explosive Oprah interview made waves through the royal institution.

A source told The Sun: “Harry and William have only communicated by text since the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral. There have not been any personal chats or proper talks, just a very brief and minimal exchange of text messages.

“The relationship is still very much strained and there’s no sign yet that there will be any sort of coming together any time soon.”

The tribute to their mum will be unveiled in the Palace grounds.

A source close to the statue planning committee said: “The boys will walk out together out of respect for their mum but there’s been no reconciliation."

When Harry flies from the US at the end of the month his father will not be planning to meet him, according to reports.

Prince Charles will be in Scotland when Harry lands in England ahead of the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue, The Sun has revealed.

“Charles will leave the boys to it," a source said.

"Harry will need to quarantine for at least five days when he lands in England, most likely at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

“Charles has made it quite clear he will not be around beyond that because he is going to Scotland. There is no planned meeting.”

Representatives for both the Sussexes and the Palace have been approached for comment.

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