Prince Harry & Prince William Send Message of Brotherly Solidarity on Mother Diana’s Birthday
Prince Harry and Prince William have once again proven that their relationship is as strong as ever. The Duke of Cambridge just gave fans a clear sign of solidarity between his brother and himself, with a subtle nod on social media.
On Wednesday, the Duke of Sussex made a surprise appearance at the Diana Award virtual ceremony, which honors young people who have done extraordinary things in Princess Diana’s name. The event was extra special because it took place on what would have been Harry and Will’s mom’s 59th birthday.
"I am so incredibly proud to be part of these awards, as they honor the legacy of my mother and bring out the very best in people like you," Harry said in part of the clip. "You are all doing such incredible work and at a time of great uncertainty, you have found the power and inspiration inside of you to make a positive mark on the world. And I love that The Diana Award is able to help you do it."
And while we love the touching tribute from Harry, it was the support shown by his older brother that we were really excited to see. After the Diana Award charity shared the video on Twitter, Prince William retweeted it on the personal account that he shares with Kate Middleton. And in a sign of unity, he started his caption by calling out both of their names, "The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex."
The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex are proud to congratulate the incredible changemakers that are the recipients of the #2020DianaAwards ??? The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 1, 2020
Watch this year's ceremony in full: https://t.co/mNnm72GguB https://t.co/dKq8JvnT1m
It’s no secret that over the years the duo has had their ups and downs. While many have speculated about trouble between the siblings, the Duke of Sussex admitted that they will “always be there” for each other in last year’s ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.
We’re happy to see these two supporting one another, even from across the pond.