Prince Harry has reportedly made up with brother William following a two-year feud after "secret peace talks," a report claims.
With the Duke of Sussex set to 'abdicate' to North America with wife Meghan Markle and son Archie, it is understood they have ended their feud fearing it is "now or never".
Meghan and Kate are said to have had some involvement in the discussions between their husbands, which are said to have been completely separate to the official talks over the Sussexes' future as royals.
The brothers have apparently spent some time in private "working on their relationship and discussing their future", a senior royal source has said.
They described the talks as "ground-breaking in terms of saving their bond as brothers" and has been "totally driven by them", reports The Sun .
While their wives "did join in with some of the talks on more than one occasion" which the source said is "another sign of a real thaw in their relationship".
“They decided to cut out all the toxic people stirring around them to deal with each other man-to-man as brothers," they contined.
With Harry set to move out of the country as he and Meghan look to become financially independent, the brothers realised "if they did sort things out now, they never would".
Following the crisis summit talks with the Queen and dad Prince Charles last week in relation to the Sussexes' 'abdication', William and Harry released a joint statement saying reports of a falling out were "false".
A supposed row, said to have taken place at a charity polo match in July last year, in which William's children George, Charlotte and Louis met Harry's new baby Archie for the first time, has also been rubbished.
However, the source who spoke to the Sun, specifically referred to "serious differences in opinions" but was adamant the "family warmth is back" and they are upset they will be so far apart.
The princes have in previous years been seen as particularly close, including speaking openly about their battles with their mental health following the death of their mum Princess Diana in 1997.
Harry and Meghan have spoken on multiple occasions about their uneasiness with the publicity they have been exposed to, particularly since they announced they were expecting baby Archie last year.
It is understood this, combined with the couple not seeing eye to eye with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has played a major role in their decision to drop their HRH titles and flee Britian.
Folllowing the official talks at Sandringham last Monday, the Queen announced this weekend, as many experts predicted, the Sussexes would be relinquishing their titles.
Harry has said they had hoped to "continue serving the Queen, commonwealth, and my military associations, but without public funding" but admitted that "wasn't possible".
Speaking at the Ivy Chelsea Club in London on Sunday at an event for charity Sentebale, the prince pulled no punches as he tackled he and Meghan's decision head on.
"Once Meghan and I were married, we were excited, we were hopeful, and we were here to serve.
"For those reasons, it brings me great sadness that it has come to this," he continued.
The charity, set up by Harry in 2006, supports the mental health of young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana
The Sun reports certain senior courtiers were angered by Her Majesty's inclusion of concessions to the Sussexes after friends threatened tell-all TV interviews.
But a palace source told the newspaper the aim was always to get the issue resolved by Friday and that it was "not a simple decision".
The source said: “The Queen was actually making the point that if you want to remain in the Royal Family, that scrutiny is part of the job.
“She also wants to make the point that it’s now the responsibility of the whole family to look forward, not backwards.”
It is understood Meghan still plans to apply for a British citizenship while questions remain over whether the couple can use the Sussex Royal branding while pursuing lucrative commercial deals.
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