Prince William and Harry ‘wouldn’t have fallen out’ if Princess Diana were alive, bodyguard says

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Prince William and Prince Harry “would not have had a bad fight” if Princess Diana were alive, because she would “have quickly found a solution”, said her former bodyguard.

According to Ken Wharfe, the late royal “would not have allowed” a disagreement between the Duke of Cambridge, 39, and the Duke of Sussex, 35, “to escalate”.

Speaking to Katie Nicholl of Vanity Fair, the former head of protection said: “She would have quickly implemented a resolution. I don’t think Harry and Meghan would have left Kensington Palace if Diana was still there.

His comments come as insiders said plans to install a new statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace next year “will help heal old wounds” after alleged rift between Princes William and Harry .

Prince William, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, “would not have argued” if Princess Diana was alive as she “would have quickly found a solution”, her former bodyguard said

According to Wharfe, the duo wouldn’t have fallen out so badly if Princess Diana was still alive.

He said the late royal had “a huge influence” on the boys, adding: “If she could see the brothers at war she would be very upset. “

Meanwhile, Wharfe explained that the new statue, which will be held in the sunken gardens of the palace, is a fitting tribute to the princess.

He called it “a very suitable place” for the statue, adding that it was “a place that Diana liked” and “liked to take the children”.

Ken Wharfe told Vanity Fair he believes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, 39, 'wouldn't have left Kensington Palace if Princess Diana was still there'

Ken Wharfe told Vanity Fair he believes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, 39, “wouldn’t have left Kensington Palace if Princess Diana was still there”

Earlier this month, Omid Scobie claimed Princess Diana reunited Prince Harry and Prince William and “got them to solve their problems”.

According to the British journalist, the late royal was keen on “transparency” and would have defended William and Harry and his “treatment within the royal family”.

Speaking to ET Online, the author said that “the bond of brotherhood is extremely important to Harry” and predicted that the siblings would get back on track.

He said: “Diana would certainly have brought Harry and William together and made them solve their problems.”

It comes after royal biographer Omid Scobie said Princess Diana (seen left in 1989) reunites Prince Harry and Prince William and 'got them to solve their problems'.

It comes after royal biographer Omid Scobie said Princess Diana (seen left in 1989) reunites Prince Harry and Prince William and ‘got them to solve their problems’.

“I think transparency has always been something really important to Diana, and it’s something that we haven’t seen a lot in recent months or years with Harry and their treatment within the Royal Family. “

“Diana would have stood up for them and she would have seen the position they held in the mirror of some of the challenges she faced within the institution, but I think one thing we need to remember with Harry’s relationship is and William today is not over. ‘

Prince William and Prince Harry are believed to be at the official statue unveiling next year.

Omid also claimed Prince Harry and Meghan, 39, would “likely” spend an “extended period in the UK next year” to attend Trooping the Color and the unveiling of the statue.

According to the British journalist, the late royal was keen on `` transparency '' and would have defended William and Harry and his `` treatment within the royal family ''

According to the British journalist, the late royal was keen on “transparency” and would have defended William and Harry and his “treatment within the royal family”

The co-author of the explosive biography Finding Freedom said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had “plenty of reasons to be based in the UK” in the spring and summer of 2021.

Speaking on the Heirpod podcast, Omid said: “In March we have the Invictus Games, which have been postponed, in The Hague.

“In June we have Trooping the Color, which I imagine Prince Harry and Meghan would always love to be, and on July 1 we have the unveiling of the [Princess Diana] statue.’

It was announced a few days ago that a new statue of Princess Diana is due to be installed at Kensington Palace next year.

It comes after a statement on behalf of the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge announced that a statue of Princess Diana was to be installed in the Sunken Garden.

It comes after a statement on behalf of the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge announced that a statue of Princess Diana was to be installed in the Sunken Garden.

A statement on behalf of the Duke of Sussex and The Duke of Cambridge issued Friday by Kensington Palace read: “The statue which Prince William and Prince Harry have commissioned to commemorate their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, will be installed on next year on what would have been his 60th birthday.

The statue was commissioned to mark the twentieth anniversary of Princess Diana’s death and to recognize her positive impact in the UK and around the world.

It will be installed in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace on July 1, 2021, marking the Princess’ 60th birthday.

The brothers announced the commissioning of the statue two years ago on the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death, and the initiative is one of the few undertakings left after a split between the brothers and sisters and Harry’s move to Los Angeles.

The Duke of Sussex is believed to return from California for the unveiling of the statue in July.  Prine Harry currently lives in her $ 14million mansion in Santa Barbara with Meghan and their son Archie, a

The Duke of Sussex is believed to return from California for the unveiling of the statue in July. Prine Harry currently lives in her $ 14million mansion in Santa Barbara with Meghan and their son Archie, a

A source told the Mirror: “Everyone is hoping this will help heal old wounds. “

Princess Diana died at the age of 36 when the car she was traveling in crashed in a Paris tunnel on August 31, 1997.

Announcing the project in 2017, William and Harry said: ‘It has been 20 years since our mother died and now is the time to recognize her positive impact in the UK and around the world with a permanent statue. “

The princes hope the statue will help anyone visiting Kensington Palace reflect on their mother’s life and legacy.

The sculptor of the statue, Ian Rank-Broadley, is best known for his depiction of the Queen, which has appeared on every coin in the UK and the Commonwealth since 1998.

He also designed a gold coin marking the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

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