PRINCESS Harry and William awkwardly appeared in separate video messages to congratulate the 2023 Diana Award winners.
The warring brothers didn’t even acknowledge each other as they sat down to celebrate the ceremony, dedicated to their late mother’s beliefs.
In previous years, they have come together to commemorate Princess Diana’s globally recognized philanthropic work.
But today, the Prince of Wales appeared on screen first with Harry joining in 20 minutes later.
Neither of them uttered a word to celebrate tomorrow being their mother’s birthday.
This is vastly different from their unanimous response in 2021, when Harry said: “William and I are celebrating Mom’s 60th birthday.
“This weekend, my brother and I will recognize our mother’s 60th birthday, and she will be so proud of all of you for living an authentic life of purpose and compassion for each other. with other people.”
The brothers also stood side by side at the statue of Diana they commissioned in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace.
This year, however, the Duke of Sussex flew to LA to hand out certificates to the four laureates and said today: “Each of us has the power to help create a more just world.
“And the recipients of the outstanding awards we honor today are proof of that. They illustrate the point that when we use our voices, real change can happen. “
The 38-year-old said Princess Diana recognized the “unique ability” of the younger generation to “challenge the status quo” and fight for a “more inclusive and compassionate society”.
He added: “Her legacy continues to inspire and serve as an example of how to navigate the complexities of our world today.”
“And many of the myriad challenges we face disproportionately affect young people and, of course, their future.”
Meanwhile, the Prince of Wales said: “The road to making a difference isn’t always easy, but when we celebrate the impact they’ve made, we’re reminded that there’s no trying. What challenge is insurmountable?
“Today, we recognize the power of all young people to inspire meaningful change. Congratulations to all the award recipients.”
He talks about how the Diana Awards serve as a reminder that if the next generation is invested in, “they can really change the world”.
The 41-year-old added that he was “proud” to continue organizing in his mother’s name.
This happened when the Sussexes’ Their expulsion from Frogmore Cottage has left royal fans and experts wondering where they will be on their next visit to the UK.
Plus, Prince Harry will lose an important role in the royal family following his expulsion, an expert has revealed.
Harry and Meghan yesterday finally left the royal house of Windsor and returned the keys to King Charles.
The five-bed, Grade II-listed Frogmore – which has been given a £2.4million makeover by the Sussexes – is now available for rent.
Harry and Meghan lived in the cottage, a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth, for just six months.
Earlier this year, The Sun revealed the Sussexes received deportation notices days after Harry’s book Spare was released.
And the coronation of King Charles III is the first time the Prince of Wales has faced Harry since the publication of his shocking memoir in January.
In it, Harry calls his brother “a mortal enemy”.
He testified that during a scuffle at Nottingham Cottage, on the grounds of Kensington Palace, Wills saw Wills press him to the floor, break a dog bowl and injure his back.
The book also calls Camilla “dangerous” and says he begged Charles, now 74, not to marry Queen Consort, 75.