William and Harry truce only temporary with key move tearing brothers apart

A truce between brothers Prince William and Prince Harry is set to remain in place until the publication of the Duke of Sussex's autobiography.

The temporary truce between the estranged brothers will remain in place until after the publication, with the relationship between the Duke's of Cambridge and Sussex hanging in the balance, royal insiders claimed.

William and Harry were spotted on a walkabout following the Queen's death, with the pair standing shoulder to shoulder during the procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.

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But divisions between the brothers were laid bare just days later after Harry was pictured alongside his disgraced uncle Prince Andrew.

One royal insider claimed that the truce between Harry and William would "only be temporary."

They said: "The family continue to be in mourning and are now finally being allowed to grieve for the Queen away from the gaze of millions. However, any talk of a truce between the Prince and the Duke would only be temporary.

"There is still a serious amount of distrust in the air and there hasn’t been any cause for that to change.

"The feeling is very much that there is little point in pursuing a repair in relations until all the cards are on the table."

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One card yet to appear on the table is believed to be the bombshell autobiography of the Duke of Sussex, which is due to be released in December.

The book was initially slated for a November release before it was pushed back to respect the royal mourning period following the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

Senior royals including the King and Prince William are said to be "increasingly uneasy" about the book, The Mirror reported.

Another royal insider said: "It’s very obvious that the family have far more important things to concern themselves with right now."

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