Prince William and Prince Harry have been seen together at several royal events as of late, but the brothers' relationship still isn't what it used to be. Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti opened up to Us Weekly about the royal family's current dynamic, explaining why he doesn't think William and Harry will be going out of their way to see one another.
William and Harry not expected to have "quality family time"
Prince William and Prince Harry both attended the unveiling of a statue commemorating their late mother Princess Diana on July 1, which would have been Diana's 60th birthday. They were also seen together at Prince Philip's funeral in April, where they reportedly fought. And according to Sacerdoti, their families probably won't be celebrating special occasions with one another any time soon.
The royal expert said he considers it is "perhaps unlikely" that William and Harry are going to have "quality family time together" in the near future. In other words, don't expect the Cambridges and the Sussexes to be linking up to celebrate annual festivities, which Sacerdoti mentions include "Christmas and New Years and birthdays."
He also went on to comment on the fact that Queen Elizabeth II also hasn't seen her grandson Archie for some time, or met her new granddaughter Lilibet. "On a human family level, forgetting them being the royal family, there’s already quite some frostiness and distance there," he said, noting that seeing one another isn't something that "seems very high on anyone’s agenda" at the present moment.