Harry and William’s relationship will ‘never be like it was,’ biographer warns

Prince William and Prince Harry's relationship will "never be like it was," a royal biographer has claimed.

The siblings have drifted apart over the last year following Megxit and Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview.

They had a tense reunion at Prince Philip's funeral where senior family members are said to have held "clear-the-air talks" before Harry returned to his pregnant wife in the US.

Hopes were sparked their relationship could be repaired when the pair were spotted exchanging small talk after the funeral, but royal author Nigel Cawthorne said the relationship is "not going to be like it was".

Highlighting the geographical distance between the pair, Mr Cawthorne, author of Prince Philip: I Know I am Rude, said: "They're still going to have the Atlantic Ocean between them aren't they."

But the royal biographer added there must be "some enduring bond" between the pair through their shared experience of losing their mother Princess Diana when they were so young.

He said: "They've been such good buddies over the years, especially after the tragedy of the death of their mother.

"I think there must be some enduring bond between them."

Philip's funeral, who died earlier in April aged 99, was the first time William and Harry had seen each other in the flesh for more than a year.

It came just a month after the explosive Oprah Winfrey interview in which Harry and Meghan made a number of claims about the royal family.

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They included the accusation that one royal expressed concern about their son Archie's skin tone and also that William's wife Kate Middleton made Meghan cry in a row over bridesmaid dresses.

William is then said to be furious about details of private conversations he had with Harry being leaked to the US media.

The brothers put their ongoing row aside for their grandfather's funeral last weekend.

They were seen chatting as the royals left St George's Chapel in Windsor after the service.

Harry had travelled to the funeral on his own after pregnant Meghan was advised to stay in the United States.

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