Almost impossible for Royal Family to trust Prince Harry now, warns expert

Prince Harry is still “very much warring” with his brother Prince William and it is now “almost impossible” for Harry to be trusted, a royal source has claimed.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror, the source said the brother’s coming together to remember their late mother with a statue unveiling was just a show.

The insider explained that: “They did what they had to do to make sure the day went without a hitch and said goodbye.

“Despite William and Harry coming together this week for the sole cause of commemorating their mother’s legacy, Harry is very much on the outside.

“They put on a show.”

The statue unveiling of Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday marks the first time the troubled royal brothers have seen each other since the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh two months ago.

A body language expert, called Judi James, spoke to GB news about the monument and said it reflects the "warmth, elegance and energy" of the late Lady Di.

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She said the tribute, which shows Princess Diana flanked by two children, shows the "universality and generational impact of the princess's work".

Judy also claimed there were some signs of “reconciliation” between the brothers at the event.

She said Harry showed “emotion” and added: “As they stood there and the cloth came off the statue and they both gazed up at their mother's face, Harry put his hands on his hips.

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"I think that was something where he was perhaps trying to keep his composure.

"That must have been a very difficult, very emotional moment."

The expert continued: “He (Harry) turned around and looked at William and, for me, that gaze did imply a moment of reconciliation.

"It was kind of 'this is our mother and remember how things used to be'.

"That was the most poignant pose for me."

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