According to an insider, the Duke of Cambridge is planning to put all his focus and energy into honoring his late mother at the July 1 unveiling at Kensington Palace. "William is determined that the Sussex drama does not overshadow this important moment of remembrance to his much-missed mother and is keeping that as his focus," the source said, as previously reported by OK!.
Meanwhile, the 36-year-old is apparently keen on hashing things out with William and owning up to the mistakes he's made since he left his senior royal duties last year and repeatedly bashed the royals alongside his wife on national TV.
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And while Harry may be ready to fix the damage done, the same can't be said for William, who has apparently been at odds with Harry and Meghan since royal aides accused the new mother-of-two of bullying while she was a working royal at Kensington Palace.
After Harry and Meghan's former communications secretary, Jason Knauf, filed an official complaint in October 2018 against the former actress, William "wanted Meghan removed" from the household, Lacey, the author of Battle of Brothers: William and Harry — The Inside Story of a Family Tumult, claimed.
However, Lacey believes there is a way for the brothers to now move forward from the scandal since Meghan — who welcomed daughter Lilibet Diana on Friday, June 4 — is no longer interacting with royal staffers.
"It's not as if Meghan's employing any royal staff anymore, she's living in a different country," the royal biographer said of Harry and Meghan's new California residence. "It's not a live issue so it would be good, it seems to me, if she could find a way of putting it to bed."