According to Princess Diana’s former butler, Prince William and Prince Harry’s differences make reconciliation difficult.
The royal family is still dealing with several feuds among family members, including a misunderstanding between Prince William and Prince Harry. So, on the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, her former butler spoke about the royal’s two sons and why their personalities prevent them from forgiving one another.
Former butler Paul Burrell spoke with host Isabel Oakshott for a TalkTV panel discussion on Wednesday and shared his thoughts on the siblings’ feud. From 1987 until her tragic death in 1997, he worked as the Princess of Wales’ butler.
According to Burrell, things between Prince William and Prince Harry have gotten so bad that reconciliation may never happen. He believes that “petulant” Prince Harry and “stubborn” Prince William made things so bad that there is no hope for reconciliation.
“I used to think that maybe Kate could bring them back together. She tried when they were at Prince Philip’s funeral, she tried her best-it didn’t happen.”
Burrell defended Prince Harry, even though he was more explosive than his brother.
The Duke of Sussex gained a sense of responsibility and hope after meeting Meghan Markle. The duchess made things better for him by giving him his children. The butler recalled seeing Princess Diana’s younger child feel like he was always spare.
Burrell’s remark echoed what royal author Phil Dampier had said about Prince Harry’s book.
According to the expert, the shocking book would worsen everything and eliminate the possibility of reconciliation. According to his spokesperson, the book, which JR Moehringer would ghostwrite, would be an “intimate and heartfelt” memoir.
Prince Harry also clarified that he only wanted to do it to regain people’s trust and control. Unfortunately, it may not happen immediately because many of the public already dislike him.
In the meantime, royal correspondent Peter Hunt told LBC that Prince Harry felt worse after marrying Meghan because it added to his burden.
Prince William and Prince Harry’s unbreakable bond, according to PA royal correspondent Alan Jones on True Royalty’s “The Royal Beat,” will help them soon.