Prince Harry news: Cambridge ‘feud’ could be ended by coronavirus crisis says expert | Royal | News (Reports)

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Rumours of a strained relationship between the two – as well as Duchesses Meghan and Kate – have been circulating for months. Now, a life coach has said the coronavirus pandemic has provided an opportunity for both sides to make amends.

Michael Cloonan told the Daily Star the solution is a simple one – they should just pick up the phone.

He said: “Reaching out is as easy peasy as picking up the phone. It’s up to the person, but it is simple”

The relationship guru said the fact the couples have been forced to spend time apart could also help matters between them by supplying space.

He said “there is no better time in the world” than now to begin talking over the phone more often.

Meanwhile, another royal expert, Katie Nicholl, has also agreed distance between the two families has been “a good thing”.

The expert told Entertainment Tonight it would be a while until Harry and William are spending a Christmas together, but they are “getting on better” than when Harry and Meghan first moved away.

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The Cambridges and Sussexes live thousands of miles away from each other, with Harry and Meghan moving to the US state of California later earlier this year.

The distance does not appear to have stopped communication, however.

William and Kate privately rang Prince Harry to wish him a happy birthday this month, reports claim.

The two Dukes are also said to ring each other more generally, which has resulted in a ‘sense of relief’ between the two families.

Last month, William and Harry also released a rare joint statement regarding an upcoming statue to commemorate their late mother Princess Diana.

The statement read the two royal brothers “hope that the statue will help those who visit Kensington Palace to reflect on their mother’s life and legacy.”

While William and Harry’s relationship continues to mend, the Sussexes are continuing to explore their new life in California.

Having initially moved to Los Angeles, the royal couple are now settled in their $14.7 million home in the nearby region of Santa Barbara.

The couple have recently become more outspoken about the upcoming US election, with Meghan repeatedly urging citizens to vote.

The two are also working on their upcoming Netflix productions following a prominent deal with the streaming service at the start of this month.

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