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Prince William and Kate Middleton ‘not interested in drama’ of visit from Prince Harry following cancer diagnosis

The Prince and Princess of Wales are reportedly not interested in the “drama” of a visit from Prince Harry, amid Kate’s battle with cancer.

The Duke of Sussex is rumoured to have a visit planned to the UK in May, to mark the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.

According to a friend of the couple, they have made it clear that “they want peace and quiet… A visit from Harry, with all the drama that would bring, would be the opposite of that.”

Another friend told The Daily Beast: “They have come to terms with the estrangement from Harry, and are content to let sleeping dogs lie.”

Princess Kate announced her cancer diagnosis to the public last week, and in the video she requested privacy while she undergoes treatment.

It’s understood the Duke and Duchess of Sussex privately contacted William and Kate upon hearing the news.

They also shared a public statement which read: “We wish health and healing for Kate and the family, and hope they can do so privately and in peace.”

The Prince and Princess of Wales have distanced themselves from Harry and Meghan following years of public disputes, despite attempts at reconciliation.

Prince Harry has previously expressed a desire to repair the strained relationship between him and his brother – but William and Kate have yet to acknowledge their well wishes.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams believes the Duke and Duchess were not told about the Princess’ health before the announcement last Friday, because they have been deemed untrustworthy.

He told The Sun: “The reason of course is that for some four years, they’ve caused endless problems for the royal family and so they can’t be trusted.”

The Sunday Times has also claimed Kate’s diagnosis “was not shared in advance with Harry and Meghan.”


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