KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge and her children are unlikely to attend the unveiling ceremony of Princess Diana’s statue as the “hugely poignant” moment could bring about a reconciliation between Prince William and Prince Harry.
Prince William and Prince Harry may “cut solo figures” at the unveiling ceremony for Princess Diana’s new statue on July 1, according to a royal expert. Both Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle, along with their children, may choose not to attend as “all eyes” will be on the two brothers as they reunite for the first time since Prince Philip’s funeral.
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Royal expert Camilla Tominey said: “We’ve never really been told that family is going to be included in this thing, we know this is the reunion for the brothers on what would have been Diana’s 60th birthday on July 1.”
“Never any suggestions that the Cambridges would attend along with Prince William and equally, that Meghan and the children would attend with Harry.”
She continued: “So I think we may just see them cut solo figures without their families around them.”
“All eyes will be on the brothers of course, because everyone’s hoping there may be some kind of reconciliation at what is going to be a hugely poignant and significant moment for them, remembering their late mother.” Read more: daily express