Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle together now for reunion of Royal Brothers

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle

The Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, want the brothers to make up on their trip to New York and heal the wound.

It looks like Kate Middleton is hoping to meet Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on the next trip she and Prince William will make to the United States.

Kate and William will travel to Boston for the Earth shot Prize Innovation Summit on December 2 and plan to spend some time in New York City, where Meghan and Harry will be honored at the Ripple of Hope Award Gala on December 6.

Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle together for reunion of Prince William and Harry

“Once Kate and William’s plans for Boston are finalized, Kate plans to hand an olive branch to Meghan in an attempt to reunite the brothers and heal the wound,” a source tells Us Weekly.

Meanwhile, “Harry and Meghan are tussling with their active plans, but Meghan is inclined to form an exertion as long as the dates don’t hit.”

Wales and the Sussexes last met in England when the royal family mourned the Queen’s death. In addition to staying just five minutes away in Windsor, the couples made a joint appearance to receive condolences and observe the flower arrangements.

A source said that “it wasn’t easy,” but “William chose to ask them because everyone consented it was the most reasonable thing to do.

Despite all their past differences, many of which persist, this was what the Queen would have wanted, and William knew that this was no time to hold a grudge or distance himself from his brother.

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They had to join forces and pay homage to her, the monarchy, and the people she served tirelessly during her reign. ‘

We hope that the two couples have a chance to meet and mend relations in New York.

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