Prince William and Prince Harry's feud nearly disrupted their recent tribute to Princess Diana. In July, the brothers came together to unveil a statue of their late mother.

It looked like a nice reunion, but Prince William was actually opposed to it, and it took the intervention of his wife Duchess Kate to make it happen, according to a new report.

Prince William opposed Harry reunion for Diana statue

The brothers have been clashing for several years now, but it reached new heights after Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview in early 2021.

Prince William was so "furious" afterward that he "didn't want to attend" the Diana ceremony with Harry, reports The Sunday Times.

The tell-all with Oprah Winfrey aired in March, and the statue unveiling followed three months later in July.

Prince William was "furious" and "didn't want to" reunite with Harry.

The event had been years in the making, but Prince Harry's revealing and damaging interview apparently made Prince William apprehensive.

His wife Duchess Kate had to step in ahead of the big day. An insider told The Times that she was "amazing behind the scenes" and handled Harry once he arrived.

In the end, the brothers did hold it together for the ceremony in memory of their mother Princess Diana.

They walked side by side and together unveiled a statue of Diana that will forever stand in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.

At the event, William and Harry looked formal and exchanged only a few words. But, by the sound it, things may not have run as smoothly if it weren't for Kate.