Will the late Princess Diana’s statue installation mark the reunion of the royal brothers? Speculations indicate a strong possibility, as Prince William and Prince Harry have reportedly arranged for a “private meeting” after the ceremony draws to a close.

While William, 39, and Harry, 36, didn’t walk beside each other at their grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral, things are likely to take a refreshing detour at Princess Diana’s statue installation at the Kensington Palace on Thursday.

Despite things having gone for a downward spiral in the recent past—with Megxit, followed by Harry and Meghan’s public outcry of the atrocities within the Royal Family and the like, there seems to be a ray of hope as far as expectations about how things will pan out between the brothers after they meet privately on Thursday, post the unveiling of the memorial.

Given the raging pandemic, the event is likely to be a low-key affair in subdued fashion in Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace. The event will only see a short line-up of family and close relatives. Diana's close family and the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley are among the few who’d be gracing the event. It has been further revealed by the Daily Mail that the installation plan offered William and Harry to spend weeks discussing the placement of the statue.

Harry is currently self-isolating in the Frogmore Cottage in the UK to be able to leave quarantine in five days on being tested negative. The reason behind Harry’s early arrival has been attributed to his keenness toward attending a charity event as a “surprise guest”.

While the planning of the entire event has been carried out under stringent privacy, the grapevine has it that the stature has been made in keeping with Diana’s affable and lively demeanor.

The royal rift continues to be a subject of despair for millions of loyal fans, given how things are far from amicable between them. Royal aides believe Harry is already regretful of everything that has happened and is willing to make amends for a few things he believes were done on an impulse, as reported by Daily Mail. But, Meghan remains unrelenting and William continues to believe that he’s done no wrong in the entire royal drama.

Harry and Meghan with Charles, William and Kate
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attend the Commonwealth Day Service 2020 on March 9, 2020 in London, England. Photo by Phil Harris - WPA Pool/Getty Images

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