Prince Harry and Prince William Hint at End to Rumored Royal Rift

Prince Harry and Prince William Hint at End to Rumored Royal Rift

Prince Harry and Prince William Hint at End to Rumored Royal Rift

William and Kate's outing comes as the organization unveiled a new PSA to encourage even more people to use the Shout 85258 service in the United Kingdom.

While rumors about the feud had merely been speculations from royal fans, Prince Harry himself recently said something that could be perceived as a confirmation of the existence of a royal rift. The couple stepped out on Saturday at Royal Albert Hall their first public appearance with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan since July, and the first event since Prince Harry revealed there have been "tensions" with his brother in a rare documentary interview that premiered last month. Maturity at its peak, ' one comment on the Kensington Palace Instagram account read.

Prince William seemed keen to convey a message of unity when speaking at an event for Shout yesterday (pictured).

"Catherine and I, and Harry and Meghan couldn't be more proud of what Shout has accomplished", the Duke of Cambridge captioned a photo of himself with the Duchess of Cambridge at an event for the crisis text line. "We're hugely proud and hugely grateful to all of you for being part of this". "Always mature and mention both Harry and [Meghan]".

The Cambridges and the Sussexes launched Shout, tied to the royal Heads Together programme, in May. It was based because of a grant from the Royal Basis.

But Meghan and Harry chose to leave the charity venture in June, to launch their own charitable foundation.

The new charity, yet to be officially launched, will be run from Buckingham Palace. The occasion also provides a chance for those volunteers, who usually work from home, to meet their colleagues across the groundbreaking network that has started to have a real impact on those facing mental health challenges.

Since the charity's launch in May, Shout 85258 Crisis' volunteers have had 145,000 conversations via text with people in crisis, exchanging a total of six million messages.

Prince William however did not join his wife on the royal balcony as he, along with his father Prince Charles, brother Prince Harry and uncle Prince Andrew, participated in the service and laid a wreath at the iconic London memorial.

He said the two royals were "on different paths" and that they have "bad days". "I love him dearly and you know the majority of the stuff is probably - well, the majority of the stuff is created out of nothing".

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