Harry and William ‘will be able to fix’ their relationship, former aide claims

At the Sussexes' final engagement as working royals at Commonwealth Day Service on March 9 2019, the full extent of the rift between Princes William and Harry became clear.

Sat a row behind his elder brother and grandmother the Queen, Harry looked thoughtful and ill-at-ease in the service.

Kate Middleton had earlier appeared to blank the Sussexes as she had arrived with William, whilst the brothers only exchanged a very brief and awkward greeting.

At the time, William was widely reported to be livid about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s announcement that they intended to withdraw from their roles as working royals.

This had also come after William had allegedly advised Harry not to rush into marriage with Meghan, but to get to know her more first.

When the service finished Meghan had gone directly to Heathrow and flown back to Canada, where she and Harry were living at the time, while Harry had stayed on in the UK for a few days before joining her.

Nonetheless, not everyone thinks that the brothers will become estranged by recent events.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, a friend of the Cambridges said: "There will always be bumps in the road, but they're a family and families come through these things.

"They both remain hopeful of a reconciliation with Harry and Meghan. It has been very difficult for both sides and there has been a lot of sadness, but ultimately they want things to improve between them in the fullness of time."

A former aide of the brothers told the newspaper: "My view is that, yes, it has been very tough and difficult, but when it comes to the crunch they will always be there for each other.

"I do think they'll be able to fix this, however tough things are now."

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