Putting their problems aside. Prince Williampublic reunion with Prince Harry as well as Meghan Markle “It wasn’t an easy decision” for the royals, an insider reveals exclusively in a new issue of the magazine. Us weekly.
“In the end, [William] elected to [invite them] because everyone came to an agreement that this is very appropriate, ”the source shared with Us about the decision of the Prince of Wales to greet the mourners with his 37-year-old brother after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
According to an insider, William, 40, didn’t want any drama to overshadow his grandmother’s legacy.
“Despite all their differences in the past, many of which still persist, this is exactly what the Queen would have wanted, and William knew very well that now is not the time to harbor grudges or distance himself from his brother,” the source continues. . “They needed to show a united front and pay tribute to her, as well as the monarchy in general and the people she served so tirelessly during her reign.”
William and his wife Duchess Katewere photographed cheering crowds of well-wishers in Windsor, England on Saturday, September 10. The couple, who have children together: Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, are joined by Harry and Meghan, 41. a few days after Elizabeth’s death at the age of 96.
The four-piece was their first public performance together in years. Following Harry and Meghan’s decision to step down from their roles as elders, the Duke of Sussex’s relationship with his older brother has changed.
“William was stunned by Harry and Meghan’s decision and statement,” a second source previously said. Us in January 2020, shortly after the couple’s announcement hit the headlines. “There is still discord between the two brothers. It’s sad because when they were younger, William was the first person Harry broke such big news to.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have son Archie, 3, and daughter Lily, 15 months, left for good next February and then moved to California. The two were candid about the challenges they faced while living in the UK.
“It’s a mixture of The Truman Show and life at the zoo,” said Harry during a speech on Dax Shepardpodcast “Armchair Expert” in May 2021. “The biggest problem for me was that by being born into it, you inherit the risk. You inherit each of its elements without a selection. And because of the way the British media is set up, they feel like they own you.”
He added: “In my 20s, I thought, ‘I don’t want this job. Look what it did to my mom, how will I ever settle down, have a wife and a family when I know it will happen again.” I saw behind the scenes, I know how this operation works and works. I don’t want to be a part of this. Then, when I started doing therapy, all of a sudden the bubble burst.”
For more on where William and Harry are right now, watch the video above and find the latest issue of the magazine. Us weeklyin the stands now.