Prince Harry’s UK trip won’t ease ‘rift’ with William, claims Strictly’s Janette Manrara

Meghan Markle: Janette Manrara shares opinion on Duchess

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Strictly Come Dancing star Janette Manrara, 37, was a part of a discussion about whether the unveiling of the Princess Diana statue could bring the brothers together again and heal their reported rift. The dancer said she hoped the royals could put their differences aside for the special moment, but believes it will take a while.

In March, the Duke of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey that while he loves his brother to bits, they are on “different paths”.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down from their senior royal duties last year and currently live in Los Angeles.

The brothers were last seen together at Prince Philip’s funeral in April.

Reports of a rift between the pair first surfaced in 2018 when royal correspondent Katie Nicholl claimed the brothers were not on great terms.

Sources claimed Prince Harry felt his brother wasn’t doing enough to include his wife in the Royal Family.

William is also said to have been kept in the dark about the couple’s bombshell interview with Oprah.

On whether this could heal the pair’s rift, Janette said: “Family is important.

“No matter what kind of scenarios happen in life, you can move forward as a family.

“I argue with my brothers and sisters, as everybody does.

“I think their [William and Harry’s] scale is on a massive scale, but I would hope they can see past it at some point.

“I don’t think it’s going to happen now, I think it’s going to be a while before they actually come back together as brothers and come past everything.”

Sharing her thoughts on Meghan, Janette added: “I go backwards and forwards with my feelings on Meghan.

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“Obviously being an American myself I wanna be on her side and be supportive and as a woman especially I want to be supportive.

“But I wouldn’t agree with a lot of the things that she’s done, I would’ve handled things slightly differently if I was in her position.”

Storm Huntley added to the debate: “I don’t think it’s going to make any difference to their relationship.

“I have no idea what stage their relationship is at because I don’t know either of the individuals and I haven’t been privy to any of the conversations.

“So I have no idea, but if they have fallen out I don’t think standing next to a statue is going to help them.”

Mike Parry said he also doesn’t believe the pair will heal their rift just yet and went on to bring up a report which claimed the Cambridges had been accused of “elbowing out” the Sussexes.

The same source suggested that Kate was “jealous” of Meghan’s arrival to the family in the earlier days.

Hitting back Janette and Storm questioned why their feud was always being brought back to their wives.

The former Suits actress married into the Royal Family in 2018.

The following year, Prince Harry and Meghan welcomed their first child into the world; son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

Earlier this month, the Duchess of Sussex gave birth to their daughter Lilibet Diana.

In a recent press conference, Kate said she and her spouse were yet to meet the new arrival, but hoped to do so soon.

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