There's less than 48 hours to go until the statue of Princess Diana debuts at Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden. And though it should be a joyous occasion, the royal family's rift, in addition to Prince Harry's recent behavior, is privately causing chaos.
"No one in the world plans an event better than the royal family. There is no detail too small, which is why Harry’s lack of communication is making everyone very nervous," an insider spilled to Radar. "This is just not the way they do things."
According to the insider, the father-of-two won't share the family the speech he plans to give on July 1, and he's also "refusing to take part in meetings or dress rehearsals."
"He seems to want to just wing it. To just turn up and see what happens," the insider noted. "They don’t even know what he is planning to wear."
Since the event's guest list had to be narrowed down due to COVID-19 guidelines, Harry and estranged brother Prince William are said to be the only royals in attendance, which is why the latter has become increasingly worried that he'll be embarrassed by whatever his sibling is planning.
"William is anxious for everything to be perfect. Not only will be to standing there as the future of the monarchy without The Queen, his father Prince Charles, or his wife and children, he will be standing there honoring his mum," a second insider explained. "He wants to make his mum proud."
"This is a major event for William and Harry’s causal approach to it is driving him crazy. The Palace is also frustrated that the Sussex drama never ends," the insider added. "There is almost zero trust in them which is why they the palace preparing themselves for every possible Harry outcome. Harry in unpredictable and has nothing to lose."