Prince William and Prince Harry could be inching toward a reconciliation.
Tomorrow, the feuding brothers will reunite to unveil a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace. And they will reunite not only in public but also in private after the ceremony, according to a new report.
Prince William, Prince Harry meeting after Diana statue event
The Telegraph has reported that William and Harry plan to have a "private meeting" on Thursday after unveiling the statue of their late mother. The newspaper even called it "a sign of reconciliation."
In addition, the brothers are expected to gather with "immediate family" following the ceremony, according to the report. That meeting would likely include Duchess Kate and the three siblings of Princess Diana.
The Duchess of Cambridge will not attend the unveiling itself, but she will be acting as a "peacemaker behind the scenes," the Telegraph report says.
William and Harry spent "months" planning statue together
Prince William and Prince Harry's time together will come after they reportedly spent "months" jointly arranging the details and precise location of the Diana statue for the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.
After four years of planning, the statue will finally be unveiled tomorrow, July 1, which would have been the 60th birthday of Princess Diana.
The highly-anticipated statue has arrived, and it's been reported that the Cambridge family plans to visit it privately ahead of Thursday's ceremony.
The news of Prince William and Prince Harry's plan to meet also comes as welcome news, with the feuding brothers already set to honour their beloved late mother's legacy.