May 5, 2024

Reports Suggest William, Kate Want to Reconcile with Harry, Meghan

It was not long ago that we learned of Princess Kate’s cancer diagnosis.

It came shortly after a brief absence from the media that left followers and fans of the Royal family spreading insane rumors left and right.

It all stemmed from a photo posted by Princess Kate on U.K. Mother’s Day.

The photo had apparently been photoshopped.

That one image, combined with the princess’ absence from public view, was all it took for the rumors to fly.

From false allegations of Kate divorcing Prince William to Kate’s death being hidden, they got more and more wild by the day.

Finally, Kate addressed the photoshopped image.

She took to social media where she apologized.

“Like many amateur photographers, I do occasionally experiment with editing. I wanted to express my apologies for any confusion the family photograph we shared yesterday caused,” Kate wrote.

However, that did not explain why she had been gone from the media.

No one could have expected the REAL reason for her absence.

Kate confirmed soon after that she had been MIA due to cancer treatments.

Now, after the whirlwind of that scandal and the news of her cancer, Princess Kate and Prince William are back in the limelight for another reason -- some say they want to reconcile with Prince William’s brother, Harry, and sister-in-law Meghan.

A trusted source told Us Weekly that “They want a relationship with Meghan and Harry, and they don’t want the acrimony to carry over to the next generation. Obviously, the Duke and Duchess want their kids to have a relationship with their cousins.”

While no one is sure at this time when the sons of the belated Princess Diana will reconnect, we hope they are able to work through their differences.

Tough times are when you need family the most, the Royal family is no different than any other family.

Do you think Harry and William will be able to reconnect?

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