Although Prince Harry and Prince William seemed to be on good terms when the former visited the U.K. in July, it looks like there is still a long way to go before they officially kiss and make up.
"Updating the book, I did get to speak to sources who had spoken to us throughout the journey about those family relations and unfortunately, because of the little amount of time the Sussexes have really been able to spend here in the U.K. — Meghan [Markle] hasn't returned since they stepped away — very little progress has been made when it comes to improving those relations with Prince Charles and of course, Prince William," Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie said on Good Morning America.
"We know between the brothers are keeping it cordial at the moment, that door is still open, it's not shut but there hasn't been much progress there," he continued. "I think time still needs to do its job on that front, but there's a respect on both sides."
Ultimately, it looks like the boys will eventually be on good terms again.
"When I spoke to Kensington Palace sources recently, close to the Cambridges, they said that they understand that the Sussexes are doing their own thing now, and I think that sort of resentment we saw in the past or heard about from sources, has kind of started to dissipate and that leaves a platform to hopefully improve those relationships moving forward," Scobie said.
Apparently, William, Harry and their wives, Meghan and Kate Middleton, are also having more conversations.
“I know that the four are talking with one another and they’re talking by Zoom [and by] FaceTime,” royal expert Stewart Pearce told Us Weekly about the foursome's chats, adding that their conversation is most likely "informal," with "Kate cooking dinner in the kitchen" and her husband "making cups of tea."
“It’s not that William and William and Kate leave all the controversy about Harry and Meghan alone,” he said. “But … they just simply position it there because after all, it’s not their responsibility to be involved in, you know, verbalizing anything. What they do is just simply offer as much peace and tranquility and calm as possible.”