Prince William and Prince Harry’s relationship may have been in tatters for some time, but one royal expert believes one person could have gotten through to them and helped them to patch things up.

Jennie Bond, former royal correspondent for the BBC, told OK! magazine that the late Princess Diana, who died in a car accident in Paris in 1997, would be able to bridge the gap between her sons.

She said: “I’m sure her greatest wish would be to hug her boys again and find some way of resolving the rift between them. If anyone could sort things out, it would have been Diana.”

While the Duke of Sussex is barely on speaking terms with most of the Firm, he is still close to his mother’s siblings Earl Charles Spencer and Lady Jane Fellowes, who both attended the Invictus Games anniversary service in May.

Speaking at Diana’s funeral, Earl Spencer said Harry and William’s “blood family” would always protect them and “arm them spiritually and emotionally”.

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