Thursday will be “telling on so many levels,” according to family sources. Prince William’s wife is what would have been Diana’s 60th birthday after the guest list was slashed.
And while it was expected that Kate would be on hand to broker peace between William and his brother, Prince Harry, a source told Page Six: “Catherine’s absence speaks volumes.” “Keeping the numbers down is a perfect ‘excuse’ for Catherine to.
William is fed up with the drama, and Catherineto be dragged into this. “They are planning a private , and that private moment is far more important than the public rhetoric.” ‘THAT BLOODY WOMAN’ AFTER THE ROYAL FUNERAL
week it was reported that invitations to the unveiling at Kensington Palace had already been drastically scaled back in recent days from the 100-plus guests initially planned due to COVID-19-related rules. , Diana’s ex-husband, will reportedly be absent from the event, as “old wounds” could be resurfaced. The source added, “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.”
MARKLE AFTER BULLYING CLAIMS: BOOK. “It memories for him; happy, sad, regretful,” an insider told the U.K. Times. “Since Diana’s death, he has felt it’s best to keep those memories to himself and leave his sons to it.” The palace confirmed that William, 39, and Harry, 36, will now be joined only by Diana’s close family, the statue committee, the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley and garden designer Pip Morrison — as Camilla Tominey of the U.K. Telegraph also said there were concerns inside the palace that Harry would be “outflanked” if the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge both turned up.
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“It’s highly doubtful there will be a whole family, is not optimistic about how their relationship is changed for good. “The gulf between them is more than the 5,000 miles between London and California.” For more from Page Six, click here.of the brothers for anything more than the unveiling. Harry can be irritable and defensive and is unlikely to apologize or acknowledge wrongdoing. William, who has seen the hurt caused by his brother ripple through the