In death, the Queen appeared to do the impossible by bringing brothers William and Harry back together.
When they emerged from the same vehicle for a tour of Windsor, accompanied by their wives, one nation held its breath.
It was the most incredible reunion I’ve ever seen. The quarreling brothers appeared united in sorrow.
It would have been a great comfort to the Queen, who at times seemed to be the only thread tying Harry to his family.
They’ve been pushed together and by the time of the funeral the two boys will surely be rubbing shoulders more than once.
There’s no way William, Harry, Catherine or Meghan will allow anyone to see between the gaps they so carefully taped over yesterday.
It is quite possible that emotions will run so high that the brothers will become friends again.
One can imagine hugs everywhere and lots of tears as they decide to bury their differences for their grandmother.
How nice would it be to see Archie and Lilibet play with their English cousins.
It may not be fantasy, as grief brings families together.
And it may have been one of the Queen’s fervent last wishes for her family to be reunited.
But King Charles will not have time to deal with quarrels between his sons.
It was William who invited the Sussexes to Windsor – a touching and generous gesture.
William knows his father needs all the support he can give and wants to begin his reign without the family scandals and inconveniences they’ve been dealing with since that interview with Oprah Winfrey.
But Harry also needs to cooperate if this is going to work.
William offered an olive branch. His father sacrificed an olive branch. Now it’s Harry’s turn.
In death there is life and in life there can be forgiveness.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6193990/ingrid-seward-williams-gesture-harry-cooperate/ After William’s amazing peace gesture, Harry must work together to restore their relationship