Prince Harry and Prince William did not have a "reconciliation" meeting following the Queen's death, according to a royal expert.
Instead, the pair are said to have only had a "quick word" after bumping into each other at Windsor. The two brothers, supposedly on opposing sides of a royal rift, appeared together in public on several occasions after Her Majesty passed - for instance meeting well-wishers at Windsor Castle alongside their wives Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton. READ MORE: Queen Camilla 'choked on tea' when Harry suggested mediator to ease Royal tensionsHarry and Meghan have now flown back to the US to be reunited with their children Archie and Lilibet.
Royal author Kate Nicholl has said that, despite everyone "hoping" that the Queen's death would bring the brothers together, she has heard otherwise.
She told True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat: "I wondered if there might be something to suggest that the reconciliation that everyone was hoping for might be taking place."I was told by someone very much in the know that that wasn’t the case."There wasn’t a private dinner or anything going on."The only meeting we know of was when William was returning from the school run and happened to pass Harry and Meghan in [Windsor] Home Park and had a quick word."That suggests we’re very far off from a long-term and meaningful reconciliation between these two men."Russell Myers, also a royal expert, described the supposed truce as "temporary".Read more on dailystar.co.uk