Kate ‘could make Harry and William feud worse’ – brothers need to be ‘brave’

Kate Middleton could end up “making things worse” in the feud between Prince Harry and Prince William, an expert has claimed.

Tensions between the two brothers have been high for years, and the Duke of Sussex has himself admitted that they are on “different paths”.

In April, they were reunited for the first time since Megxit at Prince Philip’s funeral.

The Duchess of Cambridge was seen chatting with Harry before she gave him and his brother some space.

Relationship expert and psychotherapist Neil Wilkie believes that either William or Harry needs to reach out first to bridge the divide.

He told Express.co.uk: “One of them needs to be brave enough to take the first step and the first step only needs to be a small thing, it only needs to be a small relationship ripple to cause significant change.

“But if Harry picked up the phone to William or William picked up the phone to Harry and said, ‘Look, I’m really sorry about where we’ve ended up, I love you and I’d like us to have a good relationship in the future, could we talk about that?’ ‒ I think that’s what needs to happen.

“To involve other people as mediators may help, but it may also make things worse.”

Kate’s uncle Gary Goldsmith said last month that Kate could be valuable in healing the rift.

He said she is naturally a “peacemaker” and is doing her best to mediate.

The brothers were reunited earlier this monthin the grounds of Kensington Palace, where they unveiled a statue in tribute to their late mumPrincess Diana.

Harry and William were pictured chatting and smiling, and caught up with members of the Spencer family.

However, the Duke of Sussex left just 20 minutes after the ceremony ended, the Daily Mail reported.

Royal author and expert Marlene Koenig, who runsroyalmusings , was hoping for more of a reconciliation between the feuding brothers.

She earlier told the Daily Star: “What I was hoping was after the statue unveiling, they would go back to Kensington Palace for a meal, sit down and talk.

“He could get to see his niece and nephews, and that didn’t happen as far as we know.

“He just drove off and went back to Frogmore, went back to Windsor.

“Did he talk to his grandmother? We don’t know.”

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