Queen Elizabeth Desperate For Princes William And Harry To Solve Their Feud ‘Like Grown Adults,’ Insiders Say
Queen Elizabeth is reportedly desperate for her grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry to solve their royal feud like adults as the rift between them seemingly continues to widen, insiders say.
Various sources told Us Weekly that the 94 year-old monarch would like her grandsons to put aside their differences and fix their strained relationship before it deteriorates any further.
“[She] is firmly of the opinion that this nonsense cannot and must not continue any longer,” one palace insider alleged. “She wants the boys to sit and resolve their differences like grown adults.”
Another source said that the Queen was hoping William and Harry would solve their problems by the time their cousin Princess Beatrice had her wedding in May. However, she was forced to cancel her wedding because of the coronavirus pandemic, and she instead held a smaller ceremony earlier this month.
Now the Queen reportedly is hoping that Harry will travel to Balmoral from his new home in Los Angeles before the end of summer to talk things out with his brother in person.
“She wants them to chat in person,” said the source. “Not on the phone or via Zoom, which wouldn’t be as effective.”
Another insider said that while the brothers have started communicating again, they both need time to heel.
“William is so tired and done with the drama of it all,” the insider claimed. “Seeing Harry cut ties with virtually every aspect of his English life and identity is so hard to fathom.”
The feud reportedly stemmed when Harry began dating his now-wife Meghan Markle, and William expressed concerns over how fast the relationship was moving.
“William was quite concerned that the relationship had moved so quickly,” claimed royal expert Katie Nicholl, according to Fox News. “And being close to Harry, you know, probably the only person close enough to say to Harry, ‘This seems to be moving quickly. Are you sure?’ And I think what was meant as well intended brotherly advice just riled Harry.”
“Harry is hugely protective of Meghan,” Nicholl continued. “He saw that as criticism, he interpreted that as his brother not really being behind this marriage, this union. And I don’t think things have been quite right ever since.”