It there's any lingering animosity between Prince William and Prince Harry, they made sure not to show it as they unveiled the statue of Princess Diana on July 1.
The two were seen smiling and walking side-by-side at Kensington Palace on the special day, and lip reader Jeremy Freeman reported that the pair never exchanged any hostile words.
According to the expert, a staff member spoke to the brothers before they lifted the tarp that was covering the monument.
Right before the pair did so, Harry allegedly turned to William and said, "We will be OK."
The Duke of Cambridge reportedly replied, "I didn't want anything to go wrong. It's important we unveil it right."
Lip reader John Cassidy told The Sun that while in the Sunken Garden, William turned to his younger brother and said, "Great isn’t it? Amazing little place."
Despite everyone's worries, the siblings seemed upbeat the entire ceremony, though body language expert Judi James noted that the Duke of Sussex seemed nervous at first.
"Harry’s hand reached to touch his wedding ring, which is a self-comfort gesture suggesting some inner tension," she explained. "Although it also hinted how much he sees his family as a source of support."
"Apart from that and some self-touches to check clothing from both brothers, their overall postures looked remarkably relaxed and more so as the unveiling went on," she added. "There was some eye contact between them, driven most by Harry, and both laughed together at moments, using some very emphatic and animated hand gestures."
James believes that there was one moment in particular that signaled a future reconciliation.
"For me the most poignant and perhaps authentic moment that could have suggested desire to reunite as sons came when they both stood gazing up at the face of the statue in silent contemplation," she shared. "Harry then looked across at William and although we couldn’t see William’s face, this did look like a very meaningful shared moment."
Former royal butler Paul Burrell claimed that after the unveiling, the siblings would have a peace talk — though it's unclear if that ever happened.
"They will go back to Kensington Palace after the ceremony which will be very small, very quick, and then they will meet up with Kate [Middleton] indoors. I think Kate holds the key to this," he claimed. "I think she is the peacekeeper. She is the person that is going to bring these boys back together."