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Prince William to signal he wants to ‘fix things’ with Harry, says expert

The never-ending royal rift between Prince Harry and brother William could be nearing an end, a royal expert has said.

According to royal author Duncan Larcombe the latter could be sending subtle signals to the Duke of Cambridge that he wants the 'brotherly war' to end.

He told OK!, when discussing the future man's upcoming memoir set to be released in Autumn: “We don’t yet know if or how strongly he’ll slate his father and brother in the book. It’s hard to imagine what might be coming, but until that book hits the shelves, the stalemate is highly likely to continue.”

“What must be concerning her most right now is not so much whether Harry will say Charles was unworthy as a father, but whether he’ll say he’s not worthy of being future king. If those sorts of accusations emerge, it could make things very difficult indeed," he added

“We have to hope that even the most subtle words from William here and there act as little signals to Harry.

“It’s as if he’s saying, ‘Look, come on. Let’s sort this out.’ As the older sibling, William is sensible enough to know that he has to fix things.”

The brothers have been stuck in a rift for nearly three years and Harry and wife Meghan quit the royal family and moved to America with son Archie before welcoming daughter Lilibet Diana.

However, not every royal expert sees the ice thawing between the two.

Speaking on the Royally Us podcast, royal author Christopher Andersen claimed that Harry had removed himself from the royal institution.

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“He’s out of the picture now, he can’t even get royal protection any more,” the royal commentator began.

“I think there’s an element here of ‘those are the rules’, and of punishment. You’ve made your bed and now you have to lie in it, that’s the attitude of the monarchy.”

“I don’t see him going because it would undermine his case that there is still a threat to his safety and the safety of his family,” he claimed.

“However, that will only deepen the wound, widen the chasm between him and his family.”

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