“Prince Harry told me that William was the only person he could really trust and the only person he could say anything to because of their unique experience of losing a mother,” Levin — who previously interviewed Harry for her 2018 book, Harry: A Biography of a Prince — said. “They have a lot in common, although they’re very different personalities. But I think it’s gone too far.”
Things started to change between William, 38, and Harry, 36, when the latter started dating Meghan Markle in 2016. A few years later, the red-headed royal revealed he and William were "certainly on different paths at the moment."
Harry then stated where he stands with his sibling today while speaking with Oprah Winfrey in an interview that aired on March 7. "I love William to bits. He's my brother. We've been through hell together. But we are on different paths," he said. "The relationship is space. Time heals all things, hopefully."
On March 16, Gayle King shared that Harry had been talking to his brother and father Prince Charles — but their conversations were "not productive."
Still, the brothers will reunite this summer in the U.K. when they unveil a new statue of Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday — and Levin is hopeful the two will make amends.
“I can exclusively reveal that William is still committed, as is Harry, to get together on July 1 for the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue at Kensington Gardens,” royal expert Russell Myers said on the U.K. morning show Loraine on Friday, March 12.
“This could be a monumental period for the brothers,” Myers added.