Prince William and Prince Harry
Prince William And Harry Reunite To Unveil New Princess Diana Statue Photo by Mark Large-WPA Pool/Getty Images

Royal siblings Princes William and Harry "will have to make concessions" if they will both participate in the celebration of the Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee this summer, a royal author has claimed.

In an interview with Katie Nicholl in OK! magazine, the author of "Harry And Meghan," said, "Harry will want to be a part of the celebratory weekend in June, and will almost certainly be required to appear with William at that time." She continued, "It seems to me that both brothers will have to make concessions. They didn't seem to find an opportunity at Prince Phillip's funeral last April to talk properly, but the Jubilee should give them more of a chance to thrash it out one to one."

Harry is reportedly ready to make some concessions for a visit to the United Kingdom as he "wants to be part of the celebrations" for the Platinum Jubilee, marking the historical 70 years reign of the Queen. According to Nicholl, the Duke of Sussex would also be looking forward to participating in a few other events while back in his home country. He will likely find himself with his brother William during the celebrations. Nicholl added that it would mark an occasion to iron out their differences or come to an amicable agreement.

Harry, Meghan Markle, together with their children Archie and Lilibet, moved to Montecito in California at the end of March 2020 after he and Meghan stepped down from their senior royal roles. Harry has since visited England twice, first in April to attend Prince Philip's funeral and again in June. He attended an event hosted by one of his most beloved patronages, WellChild, at Kew Gardens. On July 1, he headed to Kensington Palace to unveil the statue of Princess Diana together with his brother William.

To ensure their brand continues to work, Harry and Meghan recently renewed their lease with Frogmore Cottage, which was due to run out on March 31. While working royals, the couple moved into the cottage and made massive renovations on the property. However, they left the cottage behind and relocated to the United States.

Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (L); Meghan, Duchess of Sussex (C); and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex (R), arrive for a service to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force (RAF) at Westminster Abbey in central London on July 10, 2018. CHRIS J RATCLIFFE/AFP/Getty Images

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