Prince Harry and Prince William are being urged to set aside their longstanding feuds and come together as a united front in a challenging time, as their father, King Charles, grapples with a diagnosis of cancer.
Ever since Prince Harry stepped back from his royal duties and publicly made various accusations, his connection with the royal family has faced tensions.
Nevertheless, in light of Monday's disclosure about Charles cancer, he has been advised to attempt reconciliation and set aside the ongoing feud to stand by his father during this challenging time.
As per the consideration the Duke of Sussex is set to fly home to the UK to be with his family and a PR expert believes this is exactly the right move despite the public spat.
PR to the celebrities, Jane Owen, told us: "I hope that it’s a case of 'all is forgotten' until his Dad heals. That would be the fair and proper stance for everyone to take in these circumstances.
She added, “Talking as someone who lost their Mum and Step-Dad at a similar age, and with a sister, it’s the absolute worst pain imaginable (except for losing a child god forbid) I don’t think anyone should be thinking anything other than 'How can we get him to his father’s side as fast as possible?'.”
Owen went on to say, "I also hope this could be an avenue for the brothers to mends some bridges. I think there have been mistakes on both sides, but at the end of the day family is family and you only get one life, one father, and in their case one brother.
The PR expert added, "There’s nothing like the terrible fear of losing the ones we love to make us realise what we have. It brings a really sharp sense of priorities to the forefront as well."
Owen expressed her hope that Charles will recover completely and emphasized her confidence in the excellent medical care he will receive.
Nonetheless, she pointed out that this situation serves as a reminder of life's "fragile and all too short" and at times, this recognition can catalyze for individuals to discover the motivation needed to release longstanding conflicts and tensions.
She said, "I’m sure the princes are both feeling the loss of their Mother especially strongly right now also, and that could also help them to reconnect."
Jane Owen also expressed her desire for the public to come together and support the family during challenging times, emphasizing the hope that the community will demonstrate the same level of solidarity as they have previously shown in moments of need.
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