Prince William and Prince Harry should reunite and resolve rift in US – ‘No better place’

The Duke of Cambridge renewed hopes of another attempt at a resolution between the royal brothers and the extended family after he announced an upcoming trip to the United States. William will be heading to Boston for the Earthshot Prize which is designed to identify and manifest solutions to help issues facing the planet.

The Earthshot Prize website states: “We believe in the power of human ingenuity to prove to us all that the seemingly impossible is possible.

“We face our greatest challenge; to regenerate the place we call home in the next ten years.”

The Earthshot award ceremony in Boston, which is the second ever event, will be held in December and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will likely attend.

Five £1 million prizes will be awarded for solutions that tackle the categories or “Earthshots” set up by the organisation.

The categories are: Protect and restore nature; Clean our air; Revive our oceans; Build a waste-free world; and Fix our climate.

Royal fans are hoping to see the return of the “Fab Four”, the Duke and Duchess Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the event or during the trip.

According to Natalie Oliveri, a writer at Australian news outlet Honey Nine, “with Prince Harry and Meghan living in Montecito, in California, with their two children Archie and Lilibet, it would be the optimum time to finally lay down their guns and repair the rift.”

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However, hopes for a reunion continue to rise as royal fans wish for reconciliation with the much-loved brothers especially in the wake of the Queen’s ailing health.

The Earthshot’s focus on climate change is another thing that can unite the couples together with all four of them holding the issue close to their hearts.

Ms Oliveri said: “There’s no better place to put an end to this family feud than in the US, where both couples are incredibly popular.”

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