Every family has a little drama now and then, but it seems the royals are finally clearing some of the tension that has developed in the last few years. Prince Harry and Meghan are reportedly back to being as friendly as ever with Prince William and Kate!
“I know that the four are talking with one another and they’re talking by Zoom [and by] FaceTime,” royal expert Stewart Pearce told US Weekly. “They’re very close with one another.”
The author of Diana: The Voice of Change (Buy on Amazon, $20.87) went on to say that the royal “fab four” still have different perspectives on the world, but “what’s remarkable is that they all totally respect [each other].”
Pearce claimed the topics of conversations between them are probably kept light and low-key. “It’s not that William and Kate leave all the controversy about Harry and Meghan alone,” he said. “What they do is just simply offer as much peace and tranquility and calm as possible.” He also painted a quaint picture of the informal chats likely happening casually while Kate cooks dinner or William brews a pot of tea.
We love to hear things are getting back to normal with the brothers and their wives. This latest development comes after William and Harry showed a united front last month while revealing the heartwarming statue of her mom, Princess Diana. They were photographed smiling and laughing together as a clear sign of fences being mended.
Previous reports also claimed that the birth of Harry and Meghan’s daughter Lili prompted Kate to reach out with notes and gifts. There’s nothing quite like a new bundle of joy to remind families how important it is to set differences aside and focus on the love between them. Here’s hoping those bonds only continue to grow closer from now on!
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