Prince William and Prince Harry had a short greeting, but otherwise kept their distance from each other during Sunday’s family Easter service, according to reports. And that greeting was aimed at Kate Middleton and not Prince William, reports PEOPLE.
“William, 36, and Harry, 34, did not speak to each other on their way in or out of St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle and were separated by their cousin Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Tindall,” says the report. Prince William was joined by his wife, Middleton. According to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s official Instagram account, Markle was home resting with her mom and missed the service. (Possibly because she already had the baby?)
The stiff public appearance by the brothers came amid reports of a plan to send Prince Harry and Markle to Africa after the birth of their child in order to put some distance between the foursome.
In a statement, Buckingham Palace said: “Any future plans for The Duke and Duchess are speculative at this stage. No decisions have been taken about future roles.”
As for the drama between the brothers, the U.K.'s royal expert William Hanson hinted to Personal Space that something is amiss.
"All families have their peaks and troughs, even the royal family," he said. "Life would be very dull for us all if it was too Stepford all the time.”
According to The Cut, tensions between the brothers "deepened when Harry announced that he wanted to marry Meghan after less than a year of dating. William is said to have cautioned Harry that things were moving too fast, which reportedly left his younger brother angry and hurt.
On top of that, the brothers are in different places in their lives and have different roles in the royal family now. The changes in their positions and passions are evident in the formal splitting of their courts (offices), and Prince Harry and Meghan’s recent move to Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor Castle estate."
Whatever's going on, we really wish these two would make up!
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