Prince William and Prince Harry have been forced to put their differences said and have "many conversations," a royal expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex and his brother reportedly haven’t moved past their feud but are working to put on a "united front."
Royal biographer Omid Scobie, author of Finding Freedom, told OK! the events of 2020 forced Prince Harry and Prince William to "focus on family."
Scobie told the publication the brother’s progress is "moving in the right direction" but added that "progress is minimal."
He told OK!: "It would be wrong to say their relationship is healed, but 2020 forced them to have many conversations.
"For instance when Charles was sick with Covid and then William. And when Meghan suffered a miscarriage.
"The focus on family pushes them forward and while progress with their healing is still minimal, it’s moving in the right direction."
Scobie also said that the pair have been "equally involved in the planning" of Princess Diana’s memorial and are in the same calls.
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Prince William and Prince Harry are also aware "all eyes" will be on them when they unveil the statue later this year and plan to put on a "united front" so as not to "overshadow her memory".
Scobie said: "William and Harry know all eyes will be on them when they reunite for their late mother’s memorial and how important it will be to not let what has happened in the past between them overshadow her memory.
"They know they need to put on a united front for the sake of their mother’s legacy."
The statue will be installed on July 21, 2021, in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.
It has been reported the Fab Four, Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, will reunite for the revelation, the first time they've been together for over a year.
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