Prince William, the son of the British royal heir, is afraid to speak with his brother Prince Harry during the platinum celebrations of Queen Elizabeth’s ascension to the throne. .
The Duke of Cambridge, 40, said he was “worried” about his brother’s decision to attend celebrations with his wife, American actress Megan Markle and their children Archie, the British newspaper The Daily Mail quoted sources as saying. (3 years) and Lilliput (11 months).
The Duke of Sussex, who is currently living in the US state of California, has announced plans to travel to the United Kingdom to attend the Platinum Jubilee on Thursday, June 2.
It was announced in the United Kingdom a few days ago that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would not be allowed to join the Queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace that day, but rather they would be allowed to attend other events.
One source told The Sun: “William wants to talk to Harry in an attempt to bridge the gap between them, but fears that the conversation will move on to Netflix’s (documentaries), (TV conversations with celebrity broadcasters) Oprah or Harry’s next conversation. Nool.”
The two brothers met each other last July at the unveiling of the Kensington Palace statue in memory of their mother Princess Diana.
At the time, sources said that after meeting Oprah Winfrey in March last year, “angry” Prince William did not want to attend the show.
The interest surrounding the crew of the Netflix documentary, which has been watching Harry and Megan as part of a multi-million dollar deal, has raised concerns in royal circles that palace aides may be distracted from jubilee activities.
Palace aides say Netflix cameras will not be allowed inside government buildings, including Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
However, the film crew may mix with the crowd while the couple is in the shade while in VIP areas at public events for the Jubilee.
Royal experts have warned that Harry and Megan’s return to the UK could be the “focus” of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Earlier, Buckingham Palace, 96, queen Elizabeth II said it would like to attend key celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of her accession to the British throne, which will last four days.
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