Prince William and Prince Harry had an argument at Prince Philip’s funeral, Royal historian gave inputs

At Prince Philip’s funeral, the meet between the brothers Prince Harry and Prince William wasn’t an amicable one stated Royal historian Robert Lacey.

On the occasion of mother, Princess Diana’s 60th birthday Prince Harry and Prince William are ready to gather again for the unveiling of their mother’s statue at Kensington Palace. Earlier, the royal siblings met during Prince Philip’s funeral. While it was claimed that the meeting between the brothers was a pleasant one, royal historian Rober Lacey has something else to say.

According to the reports of Daily Mail, the royal historian has disclosed details about Prince Philip’s funeral and the conversation that took place between the two royal siblings. As reported by Lacey the settlement between the two princes didn’t happen and they got into an argument.

According to the Daily Mail’s report, the royal siblings, “within minutes of the siblings getting inside the castle and beyond camera vision, they started quarrelling again.” Robert further added that during the funeral the issue between the two princes had gotten even bigger and the two, “were, at each other’s throats as fiercely as ever.”

The Royal historian went ahead to state that many bitter words were exchanged between the two princes and the quarrel may be far from over, via Pinkvilla.

Prince Harry has currently reached the UK and will be quarantined before he will attend the ceremony for the memorial statue of her mother to be unveiled at Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden. The two princes will be giving separate speeches at the event and all the attention and ears will be on them as they gather to pay homage to their late mother Princess Diana.

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