Princess Diana’s charity thanks William and Harry for their work after the brothers changed their flaw | Royal | New


In his open letter to charity, the Duke of Cambridge mentioned his brother, Prince Harry, fueling speculation that the brothers finally put their loophole behind them. Now the organization has responded to William’s kind words.

The organization’s campaign focused on anti-bullying, mentoring and rewards programs.

The campaign aims to foster support for young people even in times of uncertainty.

The campaign was created in honor of the late mother of William and Harry, Princess Diana.

The Diana Prize was created in memory of the princess who died tragically in a car accident in Paris in 1997.

In a rare open letter from the Duke, William mentioned his younger brother and how they remain incredibly proud of the organization’s dedication.

The Duke of Cambridge said he and his brother appreciate the work of the charity in helping young people during the coronavirus crisis.

“I wanted to write to send my support and thank you to all the staff, volunteers and supporters of the Diana Prize,” he started.

“My brother and I are always grateful for the work you do to foster, develop and support young people, especially in this time of uncertainty,” wrote William.

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“Thank you to the Duke and Duke of Sussex for all your support over the years and now in this uncertain time.

“We are extremely grateful to all of our supporters (including you who are reading this right now) for helping us help young people change the world.

“We hope it will brighten up your day – certainly ours!” @kensingtonroyal @sussexroyal

The royal family shared the message in return, and royal fans were delighted to see the brothers working together again.

One of them commented, “Nice message, brothers so wonderful, Diana would be so proud. “

Another wrote: “Delighted that Prince William wrote the letter. “

The brothers are said to have kept in touch with the phone, and reports have revealed that the split between the two members of the royal family has finally begun to close.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl revealed that the two brothers were chatting by videoconference.

Ms Nicholl told ET: “There have clearly been some fairly significant differences in this relationship, but things have improved and I know William and Harry are in telephone contact.

“They made video calls together, they did a lot of family birthdays and I think Prince Charles is not doing well, which really forced the brothers to pick up and get back in touch.”

She added that Harry was homesick in Los Angeles and felt it was the “right time” to reconnect with William.

The royal expert also said “there is a sense of relief on both sides” that the drama of Megxit is a thing of the past.


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