Prince Harry and William exchange Christmas gifts ‘symbolising truce amid feud’
Prince Harry and William have exchanged Christmas presents marking the end of their alleged feud, it has been reported.
A Christmas truce has been agreed by the brothers after months of doubt over their relationship, according to claims.
Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, bought their gifts from exclusive boutiques in Santa Barbara, California, where they moved to earlier this year.
In fact, the Duchess reportedly personalised the gifts by using her calligraphy skills to write messages for George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, reports The Sun.
Prince William and Kate have also sent off their gifts via post for nephew baby Archie.
Royal writer Andrew Morton said: “Harry has sent presents to William and Kate and the calligraphy has been done by Meghan.
"He plans to speak to his father and brother over Christmas.”
Harry and Meg are not heading to the UK to spend the festive season with the firm this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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There have been reports the couple are set to host A-list celebs at their Californian home this Christmas.
It is unclear where the Cambridges will be spending Christmas, Will recently told students in Cardiff: "It is so difficult, we are still trying to make plans. It's difficult to know what to do for the best."
Throughout the year there have been rumours circulating around William and Harry, with sources claiming they have not been on good terms.
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Earlier this year it was claimed Prince William and Harry's ongoing "feud" could see the Royal family face eruptions like never before, changing the face of the monarchy, says one royal biographer.
Robert Lacey, who has penned a new book on the two brothers says the divide between the once inseparable pair is "worse than anyone thinks".
Daily Star has contacted Kensington Palace for comment.
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