For the first time in 23 years William and Harry will not come together to remember Diana. The Princess's greatest fear comes true
Lady Diana, the men she loved
William and Harry will for the first time live separately the anniversary of the death of Lady Diana, who tragically passed away on August 31, 1997. The pain of the loss of her mother when they were teenagers had brought the two brothers together even more, but now things are very change.
As is well known, for months William and Harry have been experiencing a real conflict that has led them to a practically total break in relations. For this reason, for the first time, Diana's children will not come together to remember their prematurely lost mother together.
Several royal affairs experts have already pointed out how the contrasts between the two brothers had a negative effect on the plans to commemorate the figure of the People's Princess, including the famous statue to be placed in Kensington Palace.
After the separation of the Sussexes from the Royal Family and the choice of Meghan Markle and Harry to live in Los Angeles, the situation has become even more complicated. And to make matters worse, the publication of the biography, Finding Freedom, which recounts the difficulties at Court of Harry and his wife who leaves a portrait of William and Kate Middleton not exactly edifying.
Queen Elizabeth is the only one who could find a solution and in fact she held out her hand to Meghan and Harry, showing herself ready to welcome them back to the Palace, as long as they want to. But for the moment the signals from the couple are not positive in this regard.
So, for the first time in 23 years, William and Harry will not come together to remember and celebrate their missing mother who would be deeply saddened to see their children against each other. In fact, his main recommendation to the Principles has always been to be united and in solidarity with each other. In fact, his greatest fear was that his children could distance themselves from each other, instead of helping each other in a situation as difficult as that of the Court.