Princess Kate and Prince William's rift with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shows no sign of easing as the Walses have "closed their minds" to the possibility of peace talks in the immediate future, according to a former royal correspondent.
The Princess of Wales "has been hurt and insulted by things that Harry and Meghan have said" according to royal commentator Jennie Bond.
She told OK!: "There comes a point when you just have to accept that happy families are not a game that everyone can play.
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"Catherine has been hurt and insulted by things that Harry and Meghan have said, but she and William are a very strong team, and I suspect that, together, they've come to the conclusion that the rift with Harry cannot be fixed in the foreseeable future.
"They've closed their minds to that possibility and decided to get on with their lives."
The Duke of Sussex first showed signs of a rift in his 2019 documentary with his wife, Harry and Meghan: An African Journey.
In an interview with Tom Bradby, Harry admitted he was on a "different path" to the Prince of Wales.
The Fab Four in Christmas 2018
The Fab Four in Christmas 2017
The feud worsened in January 2020, when Harry and Meghan formally stepped down as working members of the Royal Family and moved to California.