PRINCES William and Harry’s reconciliation is unlikely to last without a “major change in attitudes”, royal experts have warned.
The feuding brothers, who reunited to see flower tributes to the Queen, are just a “temporary truce” amid their split, they added.
The couple shocked the nation when they arrived at Windsor Castle alongside Princess Catherine and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex on Saturday.
Only William and Kate were supposed to go, but they delayed the tour after William invited his brother to come too.
But a royal expert told the Mirror: “It was a single act of compassion due to extraordinary circumstances.
“Everyone is mourning and everything else is fading into insignificance at the moment.
“Whether this could be a catalyst for more… well, I would have an extremely hard time believing that unless there was a major shift in attitudes.”
Another royal source added: “We must remember that amidst the intense grief of a nation, at heart is a family grieving. It is undeniable that there are certain factions within the family.
“However, it was the Prince of Wales’ firm belief that his grandmother’s death should be a time of togetherness.
“Nevertheless, a great deal of suspicion remains in the air, and to dissipate will require greater reconciliation on the part of those making the most noise.
“Until that is forthcoming, there may be little point in pushing things further.”
A third said: “The Prince of Wales felt it was an important show of unity at an incredibly difficult time for the family.”
And another source told the Daily Mail the chances of a reconciliation were slim but not impossible, adding: “The problem is that they have hardly spoken to each other for two years and there is both anger and sadness about it on both sides are.”
But pundit Richard Fitzwilliams told The Sun it’s the longed-for first step for them to finally reconnect.
It comes amid expectations that Harry and William could walk side by side at their grandmother’s funeral.
They were separated from cousin Peter Phillips while following Prince Philip’s entourage at his funeral 17 months ago at the height of their feud.
Palace planners are still making the arrangements for two royal family processions behind the Queen’s coffin in London.
However, The Sun understands there will be discussions as to whether the brothers could be seen dating each other again.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6198697/william-harry-truce-short-lived/ The reconciliation between William and Harry could be short-lived unless there is a “major change in attitudes,” insiders warn