Search icon


15th Mar 2024

Prince Harry and William put rift aside to honour Princess Diana

Kat O'Connor

Prince Harry did not attend the ceremony in London in person

Prince William and Prince Harry joined forces to honour their late mother, Princess Diana at the Diana Legacy Awards in London.

The ceremony, which took place in London last night, was hosted at the London Science Museum.

Despite a tense week for the royals, Prince William made a public appearance at the ceremony.

However, his younger brother Prince Harry attended the ceremony virtually.

The brothers did not interact during the evening with Prince Harry addressing the winners after his brother had left the event.

Speaking during the ceremony, William said:

“She taught me that everyone has the potential to give something back; that everyone in need deserves a supporting hand in life.”

“Thank you very much for inspiring so many others and at the same time protecting my mother’s legacy, I really appreciate that,” he added.

“That legacy is something that both Catherine and I have sought to focus on through our work,” William shared.

Harry addressed the winners later in the night and said his mother would be incredibly proud of them.

The brothers’ relationship has been strained since Harry decided to step back as a senior royal.

Earlier this year, Prince Harry told reporters that he loves his family after he flew to London to see his father, King Charles following his cancer diagnosis.

Insider have revealed that the rift between Prince Harry and Prince William has “not improved”.

“There is no reconciliation expected anytime soon,” they told Entertainment Tonight.