Ready to clear the air? Following the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue on July 1, estranged brothers Prince William and Prince Harry will reportedly get together to try and hash things out.
It will be just the second time in over a year that they'll be face-to-face since the Duke of Sussex moved to California.
A source told The Telegraph that for the intimate ceremony at Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden, the siblings will put "on a brave face for the event like they did at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral."
"They both know it is not about them but remembering the late princess," the source noted.
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, only a select few were invited to the event, including sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley, gardener designer Pip Morrison and Diana's siblings, Earl Spencer, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes.
Though some believed the brothers would get together before the ceremony, an insider spilled to Radar that Harry wasn't cooperating.
"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," the insider explained. "This is just not the way they do things."
"Harry won’t show them his speech and is refusing to take part in meetings or dress rehearsals. He seems to want to just wing it," the insider shared. "To just turn up and see what happens. They don’t even know what he is planning to wear."
"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 claimed. "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."