Kate and William ‘don’t want to be seen cosying up to Harry’ as memoir release looms

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince William and Kate Middleton

 

KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William “don’t want to be seen cosying up” to Prince Harry ahead of his book release later this year, it is claimed. Prince Harry reunited with his brother, Prince William and Kate at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. But the Duke of Sussex’s upcoming memoir has forced William to keep his distance, royal expert Neil Sean has

 

 

claimed. He pointed out there could be further bombshells in the book. Speaking on his YouTube channel, Mr Sean claimed: “A lot of people questioned why didn’t Kate and William reach out and make contact. “After all they were very close brothers and Prince William is about to hit 40.

Prince Harry, Prince William and Kate Middleton

 

“There’s one big problem that William really can’t get over as with his father, Prince Charles and that is the forthcoming book deal that Harry has looming that he’s refusing to release any details of it. “William doesn’t really want to be seen cosying up to someone who could possibly be doing irreparable damage to the monarchy.” It comes as it was a “magnificent seven” who surrounded the Queen at the Jubilee finale – the core members of the royal family who are shaping the monarchy.

 

 

Future king the Prince of Wales, and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, who was publicly backed this year by the monarch to one day use the title Queen, emerged with the head of state as she stepped onto the Buckingham Palace balcony. There too were the next in line, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince George. And the Duchess of Cambridge, like Camilla a future Queen Consort, along with Princess Charlotte and little Prince Louis, the siblings a double helping of spares to the heir.

 

harry and william

As the Queen, in her end-of-Jubilee written message, outlined her commitment to serve “to the best of my ability supported by my family”, it was to these seven she was referring. On hand and greatly depended on will also be the Princess Royal, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, and the Queen’s cousins, who have devoted their lives to royal duty. These working royals joined the Queen for the Jubilee flypast on the first day of the celebrations.

 

 

But the closing image was the Queen and those in the immediate line of succession, and two wives as future consorts. It was a symbol of a focused monarchy, reminiscent of the Diamond Jubilee balcony appearance in 2012 when the numbers were trimmed to a slimmed down group of six, including the Queen.

The special gift Prince William and Kate bought for Lilibet on her first birthday that got rejected by Meghan

 

Then it was just the Queen – without the Duke of Edinburgh, who was in hospital – and Charles, Camilla, William, Kate and the Duke of Sussex. But with Harry no longer at the forefront of royal life, and the arrival of the Cambridge great-grandchildren, the family line-up has changed. For the Platinum Jubilee, the Queen moved to set out the future of the institution she has served for more than 70 years.

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