While the Duke of Sussex, 36, saw his brother, 38, and sister-in-law, 39, during his recent U.K visit, that trio and Meghan, 39, are not likely to hang out as a foursome anytime soon, Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight.
The Royal Correspondent believes there’s still too much hurt between the parties following the Sussexes’ tell-all interview in March, in which the couple accused unidentified members of the royal family of making racist remarks about their son, Archie, before his May 2019 arrival.
After the funeral of Prince Philip, who died April 9 at age 99, took place on Saturday, April 17, Harry was photographed walking and chatting with William and Kate, but they reportedly did not discuss the fallout from the interview in any length. Nicholl believes that hashing it out will take far more time than the brothers had over the weekend.
Kate acted as a peacemaker at the funeral and encouraged the brothers to speak to one another, added Nicholl, who thinks Harry and William’s chats are a good sign that both are open to deeper discussions in the future.