For the first time since the announcement of his brother Harry and sister-in-law Meghan, Prince William has publicly spoken about the breach as ‘senior royals’. He did that in the Sunday Times. “I’ve put my arm around my brother all our lives and I can’t do that anymore… I’m sad about that.”
The only thing we can do and the only thing I can do is try to support them and hope that there will come a time when we will all be back in line. I want everyone on the team, the 37-year-old duke explains.
Prince William and his brother Harry are expected tomorrow with their father Prince Charles at Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham House in Norfolk to discuss how things should go now that Harry and Meghan have publicly announced that they will tear themselves away from the royal family.
Working hard on a solution
Earlier, the family had already been instructed to work ‘at a brisk pace’ on a ‘solution’ according to a source within Buckingham Palace according to Sky News and the PA news agency.
Harry and Meghan said Wednesday that they want to step aside as prominent members of the royal family and want to become financially independent. In recent months, the couple had shown that they were struggling with media pressure due to their function.