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No interaction at all Harry and Williams relationship still frosty after reunion

Platinum Jubilee: Camilla Tominey answers listeners' questions

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Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield discussed the reunion of Prince William and Prince Harry over the Platinum Jubilee weekend with Camilla Tominey and Nick Ferrari on Wednesday. The royal expert revealed there was still “hurt” over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Camilla explained: “There was no interaction between the Sussexes and Cambridges at all.

“Part of that was because of the diary so on the Saturday of course, William and Kate took George and Charlotte for their first public engagement in Wales, Lilibet had the birthday party at Frogmore Cottage, their Windsor home. 

“My understanding is the Phillips and the Tindall children went there while their parents were at the Derby but that’s about it. 

“They had other friends there and one of them took a photo of Lilibet which we saw in the papers.”

“There’s a bit of consternation over the timing of that because it was released within 24 hours of the celebrations,” she continued. 

Phillip interjected: “And they apparently wanted their own photographer…”

“They were told they couldn’t have a photographer for the meeting between the Queen and Lilibet,” Camilla clarified. 

“And I think it’s fair to say ahead of the Jubilee there were some reports suggesting they were on good times and they’re talking regularly.

“I don’t think we can conclude they’re on good terms and talking regularly if they didn’t really spend any private time together over the weekend they were here.”

“So the cousins wouldn’t have met up?” Holly asked. 

“I don’t think they saw much of each other but it was a really busy weekend,” Camilla noted. 

“But the truth of the matter is there is still a lot of residual hurt over the Oprah Winfrey interview and because of the lack of acknowledgement of the hurt caused by the Sussex side of things, things are still frosty.”

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