Prince William is said to find it 'nauseating' when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry try to return to the family following 'damage they've caused', an insider has claimed.
The Duke of Cambridge has been publicly feuding with his younger brother since he stepped away from his royal role in favour of a more 'private' life in California with his wife and children.
Now, questions are being raised about whether Harry's return to the UK for the Queen's Jubilee could help heal the rift.
But not everyone is convinced that he should be given a "heroes welcome" as a palace insider has claimed that William has "no desire to play happy families" following the drama of the last few years.
The insider told Closer: "William finds it nauseating that Harry and Meghan seem to think they can waltz back after all the damage they’ve caused.
“As far as William is concerned, he has no desire to play happy families with Harry and Meghan when it suits them. He has seen first-hand the chaos they have caused.
"Both he and Kate have a strong sense of what is right, and as far as they’re concerned, it takes more than a fleeting visit to undo all of the pain and heartache they have caused, which they are yet to publicly apologise for.”
Royal author of Prince Harry: Untold, Duncan Larcombe has also weighed in on the drama and suggested that Prince William and Kate Middleton have stayed silent during the Sussexes public jibes as they are watching them "metaphorically hang themselves with their own rope."
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Duncan said: "William and Kate may as well sit back and watch Harry and Meghan metaphorically hang themselves with their own rope.
“They’ve kept a dignified silence and they’re focused on what their job is as working royals. They’ve risen above Harry and Meghan’s ‘truth bombs’ and so far it’s paid off.
“I have it on good authority that William and Kate were tempted by the offers to have their say with a tell-all in the immediate aftermath of Oprah. They are obviously offered interviews all of the time.”
Representatives for the Cambridges and Sussexes have been contacted for a comment.
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