Royal correspondent Michael Cole had claimed that Prince Harry will come to regret his Oprah Winfrey interview just like his late mum did with BBC's Martin Bashir.
The upcoming Platinum Jubilee celebrations will also apparently bring an ample opportunity for both princes, William and Harry, to reconcile, as it is what their mother Diana would have wanted.
In a live chat with GB News, Michael said: “I think Prince Harry will come to regret that interview he did with Oprah Winfrey, in the same way that his dear mother, Princess Diana, came to regret in time her BBC interview with Martin Bashir.
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“And of course, this is an opportunity and I hope he takes it to try and mend fences with his brother, Prince William, in particular, who quite clearly resented very much the inference that racism was infecting the Royal Family, as he said, ‘this is very much not a racist family’.
He continued: “That obviously hurt him because the spotlight was on him. But there are opportunities and Princess Diana will be willing them to mend their fences because she always believed that her two sons whatever happened would be there for each other.
“This is a rare opportunity where Prince Harry can actually reach out to his brother and try and mend those fences because it's important to do it.”
He also mentioned how Harry and Meghan will be very aware of the public's negative perception of them.
Michael added: “I imagine there's a big semi-military operation going on somewhere in California, in a billionaire’s hilltop fortress, making plans to come here.
“They're going to be bringing their two children, of course – Archie and their daughter Lilibet…and this will be the first opportunity they'll have had to introduce their daughter to Her Majesty the Queen.
“I suspect they'll take the opportunity while they're here to have the child christened, baptised at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
“And they'll have to be rather circumspect about the way they present themselves while they're here.
“The British don't go in for booing, they are far too polite for that, but the way things have worked out since they exiled themselves to California haven't been entirely well received in this country.”
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