Kates chats with Harry to reunite brothers if book not hurtful says source

The Duchess of Cambridge is said to be holding a series of talks with Prince Harry in the hopes of reuniting him with brother Prince William.

Those chats and their outcome all depend on how "hurtful" the Duke of Sussex's upcoming autobiography is for the Royal Family, a source has claimed.

An upcoming book from Prince Harry could deal some damage to The Firm, which he and Meghan Markle left in 2020, but Kate Middleton is said to be hopeful that she can "bring brothers together".

READ MORE: Meghan Markle's 'public Netflix humiliation' will 'fuel her like gasoline', says expert

The source also added that the Duchess of Cambridge is in frequent contact with Harry and the Sussexes.

The source claimed: "Kate is looking to get the two brothers together when they’re all on US soil later this year, if not sooner, and the word is that Harry’s receptive to that.

"Provided Harry’s book isn’t too hurtful towards the monarchy – and there’s optimism that it’s been toned down significantly since the original drafts – then William could, with encouragement from Kate, look to build bridges with his brother and put the past behind them."

The chance for reconciliation could be on the cards for the brothers, should the series of chats prove positive.

  • Snapchat to let parents snoop on their kids and see friends list as they chat on app

The source continued: "Kate has put a lot of effort into telling Harry how much William still loves him. She checks in with him fairly often, sometimes it’s to just say 'hi' or send him a photo of the children.

"She’s very thoughtful and will sometimes send birthday messages or congratulations after a successful speech or event he’s hosted."

News of a rekindling between Will and Harry comes as Daily Star reported the Cambridge family would like to weigh into American issues more in future.

The "obsessive campaign" from the Sussexes is said to have surprised Will and Kate, who are now hoping to cross the pond and influence a new generation of Royal Family fans.

For the latest breaking news from the Royal Family and stories from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.

READ NEXT:

  • Meghan and Harry's 'obsessive campaign' to win over royal fans amid Cambridge contest
  • Putin may beg Kim Jong-un for support as 100,000 soldiers set to help Russian war effort
  • Amazon delivery driver was sacked after leaving brutal note for customer who wasn't home
  • Kate Middleton and Prince William's birthday message to Meghan sparks fans' fury
  • Paranormal activity in eerie island tomb where coffins mysteriously 'dance' around

Source: Read Full Article