ROYAL insiders have claimed that the 'temporary truce' between the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Sussex will last a while longer.
It is reported that the ceasefire in the feud between Princes William and Harry will continue at least until the latter publishes his upcoming memoir.
Sources reportedly told the Daily Mirror that the future of the pair's relationship hangs un the balance, despite their recent shows of unity after the death of the Queen.
One insider said: "any talk of a truce between the Prince and the Duke would only be temporary.
"There is still a serious amount of distrust in the air and there hasn’t been any cause for that to change."
They added that until Harry's memoir is released, it is felt that there is little point in trying to resolve the issues between them.
The book was due to be published in December but is likely to be delayed until next year out of respect for the late monarch.
It is claimed the brothers had no plans to meet one another during Harry and Meghan's time in the UK, with the only meeting coming through a chance encounter.
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According to the Sunday Times, they happened to drive past one another on the Windsor estate and wound down their windows to chat briefly.
This was before everything was changed by their grandmother's tragic death, in the wake of which the brothers were seen publicly together for the first time in some years.
Harry and Meghan has railed against their treatment by the monarchy in a series of controversial interviews in America.
The couple have also revealed that they are working with Netflix to produce a documentary that would share their "love story" with the world.
Sources claimed that any hint of reconciliation between them and the Prince and Princess of Wales was "very unlikely".
This comes as Harry was given special permission to wear military uniform to stand in vigil by Her Majesty's coffin.
However, he was apparently "heartbroken" by the decision to remove the Queen's "ER" initials from his uniform.
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The initials are usually only worn by working royals, but the decision proved controversial as his uncle Prince Andrew was allowed to bear the letters, despite being the subject of a number of scandals in recent years.
Harry was also not in uniform for the Queen's funeral procession, with him and Andrew the only major royals dressed in mourning suits instead.
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