WILLIAM and Harry will put their differences aside as they reunite to honour their late mother later this year.

The brothers last met face-to-face over the summer, when they unveiled a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace.

And while both men appeared to be on good form during the meeting, and even released a joint statement, Harry left just 20 minutes after the big reveal – while William reportedly barely looked his younger brother in the eye.

However, there are hopes their next engagement together in December could help end their seeming feud.

It's thought Meghan, Archie and baby Lilibet – who has not yet met any of the royals – could also fly into the UK with Harry.

The 2021 Legacy Award will take place at Althorp, the Northamptonshire stately home where Diana grew up.

Her brother, Earl Spencer, will act as host.

Tessy Ojo, chief executive of the Diana Award, told the Daily Mail: "We’re delighted that we still have the support of the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex."

Ms Ojo, who attended Meghan and Harry's wedding, may play a key role in helping the princes reunite.

The Diana Award – established to support young people – is one of the few things the men still have in common.

"Right now, we’re the only charity that has both of them involved," she told the publication.

"It really is a privilege."

She said the princes are dedicated to the charity, despite Harry's move to America.

Speaking at the Dress for Success launch in Notting Hill, she said: "To us, it doesn’t matter where in the world they are.

"They are jointly committed to the awards. The dukes will be heavily involved as it will be a whole week of events, so they are eager to take part."

BROTHERS TO REUNITE

And Harry has backed a five-year plan for the charity dreamed up by his brother, she said.

"It was a strategy that was put forward by the Duke of Cambridge, and we had the Duke of Sussex support that," she added.

William and Harry have seen each other in person just twice since the Sussexes left the UK during Megxit.

Tensions between the men are believed to have been brewing since Wills allegedly warned his younger brother against moving too fast with Meghan.

According to biography Finding Freedom, William said: "Don't feel you need to rush this.

"Take as much as time as you need to get to know this girl."

MEG 'COULD COME TOO'

The book's authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand said the phrase "this girl" immediately irritated Harry, who was "p***ed off" that his brother "would ask such a thing".

The rift then deepened when allegations that Meghan had bullied Palace staff came to light. She fiercely denies the claims, and says royal aides are trying to "smear" her.

However, William was said to be furious about the reports, and called Harry immediately – only for the Duke of Sussex to hang up on him, it's claimed.

The brothers' row is likely to have only worsened this year after Harry and Meghan's bombshell Oprah interview, during which it was claimed that a senior royal had made a racist comment before Archie's birth.

William was then forced to publicly deny that the Royal Family was racist.

He was also reportedly particularly hurt by Meghan's claims that Kate Middleton made her cry.



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