‘Deep problems’ between William and Harry that created Royal Family ‘division’ set to end

Lilibet Diana 'will help bring family back together' says expert

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Katie Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight that Prince William and Prince Harry have quite deep problems between them. However, the royal commentator stated that the birth of the Duke of Sussex’s daughter has presented the Royal Family with an opportunity to make peace and unite together.

Ms Nicholl said: “This family division has really gone on for a long time now.

“It is well over a year, it has been many, many months since Charles, the Queen and the Cambridges have seen Archie in the flesh.

“We know there have been some really quite deep problems between Harry and William.

“There have been difficulties between Harry and his father.

“I think it is everybody’s hope that this little baby will be a peace offering in many ways.

“And that she will help bring this divided family back together.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have chosen “the most royal name” possible for their daughter according to a former Royal Editor of The Sun.

Duncan Larcombe told BBC News Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have extended an olive branch to the Royal Family by choosing Lilibet as the name of their second child.

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However, the royal commentator added that some critics will point to the choice of name as the Sussexes strengthening their brand’s link to royalty.

Mr Larcombe said: “This is very significant, there is no doubt that the choice of name for Harry and Meghan’s first daughter is the first significant, possibly the only olive branch that the Sussexes as a couple have offered to the British Royal Family since they left the country and walked away.

“So it is very significant in that respect. It is the most royal name that you could give.

“That was the name that Queen Elizabeth II’s father used for his daughter as a sign of affection.

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“We saw the handwritten note that the Queen left on Prince Philip’s coffin, signed off Lilibet.

“This was a name she has always had since childhood, it is a very royal name.”

He continued: “Critics might say that this is ensuring that the hugely lucrative link for brand Harry and Meghan, to have that link to the Royal family, will be continued with the most royal name.

“Personally, I do think that is a cynical view to take, I do think this is a genuine potential major step forward in the thawing of this dreadful rift that has plagued the family for a year and a half.”

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