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Prince William told how to approach Harry to avoid further 'royal embarrassment'


Prince William has been ordered to “approach” Prince Harry to ease the tensions in their relationship by royal expert Robert Jobson. Speaking to the Australian morning show Sunrise, Mr Jobson said: “One of these brothers needs to make an approach, probably William to say, ‘enough is enough’. It’s becoming too much of an embarrassing story I think.

“I’m sure their dad and their grandma would much prefer it if it just went away.

“But they’re both testosterone-fuelled young men and they think they’re defending their wives.

“They were very close when they were young.

“Maybe they should watch a few home movies and remember the times they used to share and just put it all behind them.”

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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.

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.

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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