During an interview with anchor Tom Bradby, who Harry has known for over 15 years, the duke said: "Part of this role and part of this job and this family being under the pressure its under, inevitably stuff happens. But we’re brothers, we’ll always be brothers. We’re certainly on different paths at the moment but I’ll always be there for him and I know he’ll always be there for me."
Following the documentary, during which Meghan admitted to be struggling, Kate Middleton reportedly realised enough is enough and has been trying to fix the rift. A source told Us Weekly that Kate "hates seeing" Meghan and Harry "so miserable," but at the same time she doesn't want to get too involved in the brother's relationship. “While Kate’s concerned about Harry and Meghan’s well-being, she tries to stay out of the drama,” they continued.
Kate “hopes William and Harry will eventually heal the rift and let bygones be bygones. The way she sees it, life’s too short to make enemies–especially with loved ones. She’s very levelheaded like that. Kate’s a family girl,” the source added.
This report comes after royal expert and author Phil Dampier told The Express, “Behind the scenes, I’m told Kate is doing her best to bring everyone together and help Meghan. None of them want to let the Queen down so Kate is trying to patch things up in private. I’m told she has reached out to Meghan and spoken to her on the phone. Kate feels sorry for her and knows that Meghan is struggling.”
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