Diana would ‘bang Prince William and Harry’s heads together’ and ‘make them work out rift in TV interview’ royal expert and friend of late Princess claims
- Robert Jobson, 56, is a royal biographer who knew Princess Diana ‘well’
- Speaking to Us Weekly, he said late royal would ‘bang Prince’s head together’
- He added that he believes the siblings have ‘gone too far’ and ‘they ought to fix it’
Robert Jobson, a royal biographer who knew the late Princess’ ‘well’ added that he believes the Prince of Wales is ‘upset’ by his sons reported feud and that he doesn’t know why it has lasted this long.
Speaking to Us Weekly, the 56-year-old royal expert said: ‘We all fall out with our siblings [now and] again, but to continue into a feud is a little, unlike Harry, actually. The character that I knew, he was quite relaxed, actually. And I think he wouldn’t have wanted to continue this. So, I don’t understand what the problem is.’
Robert Jobson, a royal biographer who knew the late Princess’ ‘well’ added that he believes the Prince of Wales is ‘upset’ by his son’s reported feud and that he doesn’t know why it has lasted this long. William and Harry are pictured with The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge and Sussex in 2018
He added that he believes the siblings have ‘gone too far’ and ‘they ought to fix it’.
‘Their mother, if [she] was alive, I trust [she would] bang their heads together and say,”‘Do a television makeup. Do a television interview and just stop the stories” Because we’re never going to stop talking about them unless they do something about it,’ he added.
Jobson also said that the brothers should ‘show some respect’ to The Queen.
‘I think there’s been a [gross] disrespect of the queen and the Prince of Wales by Harry and Meghan. I think the way they behaved was both childish and passionate.’
A royal expert has claimed Princess Diana would ‘bang her sons heads together’ to sort their rift. They are pictured together in 1995
It comes as it was claimed Meghan Markle won’t come to the UK this summer because she ‘doesn’t want to be away from Archie’.
The Duchess of Sussex, 39, who is currently living in her $14million mansion in California having stepped back from her royal duties last year, does not plan to accompany Prince Harry, 36, when he visits his family for the first time since Megxit, the author of her biography Finding Freedom has claimed..
Omid Scobie said current travel plans were ‘up in the air’ due to the Covid-19 crisis, but that it is ‘easier for the Duke to do the trip solo’.
Meghan Markle, 39, won’t come to the UK this summer because she ‘doesn’t want to be away from Archie’, the author of her biography Finding Freedom has claimed
Speaking to Ok! magazine, he explained: ‘Meghan wouldn’t want to be away from Archie and it would be very tricky to factor a small child into their travels with all the restrictions that could potentially be in place.’
He added that the Duchess would likely catch up with the family virtually, explaining: ‘Archie loves being on Zoom calls with the family and the Queen has been enjoying those throughout lockdown.’
While Meghan could potentially be missing several events in the UK, including the Queen’s birthday and the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue, Omid said the royal would still make an effort with those occasions.
He explained: ‘I’m sure Meghan will send the Queen some gorgeous flowers for her birthday and also get Archie to help her with the card.’
His comments come after royal expert Nigel Cawthrone, author of the book Prince Andrew, told FEMAIL the decision not to travel to the UK would be a ‘snub’ from the duchess and would cast a ‘dark shadow’ over the Firm’s summer celebrations.