Prince William and Prince Harry are reportedly set to mark the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's death apart.
It comes after the Duke of Cambridge, 40, and the Duke of Sussex, 37, agreed to end public commemoration, but instead have chosen to mark the occasion with their own families instead.
Reports also indicate that the pair have not spoken since they put aside their strained relationship to unveil a statue of their late mother last summer. The statue stands in the grounds of Kensington Palace, Diana's former London home.
In 2017, the brother's came together to remember their mother on the 20th anniversary of her death.
The pair helped create a memorial garden at Kensington Palace and also took part in a documentary while loaning belongings to an exhibition.
The Princess of Wales tragically passed away on 31 August, 1997 – the anniversary of tragic event will take place on this coming Wednesday.
The news that the brothers would be spending the anniversary apart was reported by The Telegraph.
Speaking at a charity dinner in August, Harry, discussing his late mother, said: "I want it to be a day filled with memories of her incredible work and love for the way she did it.
"I want it to be a day to share the spirit of my mum with my family, with my children, who I wish could have met her. Every day, I hope to do her proud."
Harry also referenced his mother in a heartfelt speech made at the Sentebale Polo Cup in Aspen, USA, on Friday 26 August, explaining that his mother would "never be forgotten".
Harry made the speech whilst standing aside his friend Prince Seeiso, who he set up a charity that "gives hope to children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana".
The Polo Cup was created to raise money for the charity.
Continuing his speech, he said: "My dear friend Prince Seeiso and I founded Sentebale 16 years ago in honour of our mothers with a mission to support many of the most vulnerable young people on the planet — and to give them care and help so that they can thrive.
"In Sesotho, the language of the Basotho—the word Sentebale means 'forget-me-not.'
"Next week is the 25th anniversary of my mother's death, and she most certainly will never be forgotten. I want it to be a day filled with memories of her incredible work and love for the way that she did it.
"I want it to be a day to share the spirit of my mum with my family, with my children, who I wish could have met her."
He added: "Fittingly, her favourite flowers were forget-me-nots.
"I hope we can remember my mother's legacy by recommitting to those that we serve, whoever and wherever they may be.
"For Sentebale, our commitment is to ending HIV and providing meaningful care and support for the children and young people whose lives have been affected by this disease. Because they, too, will never be forgotten."
OK! has contacted Prince William and Prince Harry for comment.
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