Though Prince Harry and Prince William are still not on good terms, the latter's wife Kate Middleton is making sure the two won't show any hostility towards one another at their grandfather Prince Philip's April 17th funeral.
Harry returned to the U.K. earlier this week, marking the first time he's been back home since he stepped down from the royal family. The siblings will come face-to-face at the grieving ceremony, but a source told The Telegraph that Middleton will be the "peacekeeper" between the two of them.
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However, the mother-of-three is unlikely to have to step in, as the brothers should be on their best behavior.
"They know it is not about them on Saturday — it is about honoring their grandfather’s memory and supporting their grandmother," the source noted. "I would be extremely surprised if that wasn’t front and center of both their minds."
"They will be keen to spend time together as a family, in the same time zone for once," added the source. "The entire focus is on the Queen. No exceptions. A family unified."
During Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey, he admitted that he and his older brother are giving each other "space," but a second insider recently told The Royal Observer that the siblings have been in touch since Harry landed in the U.K. — though no issues were solved.
"William’s biggest concern at the moment is avoiding an ugly scene at his grandfather’s funeral," the insider shared. "Harry is very unpredictable and still see’s himself as the victim, rather than the person who called his family racists."
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"The plan is get to through Saturday without causing a scene, if for nothing else but showing Queen [Elizabeth II], who is 94, a little respect," the insider claimed.