The Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge will come together on Thursday, July 1, to unveil a statue in memory of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, in Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden. 

The date marks what would have been the Princess’s 60th birthday.

The Diana statue is being made by Ian Rank-Broadley, a Gloucestershire-based sculptor who specialises in larger-than-life-size figures, and whose portrait of the Queen appears on all UK coins.

Its unveiling will mark the first time that the two brothers have been seen together since Prince Philip’s funeral in April.

It is hoped the ceremony will bring a moment of unity between the two brothers, whose rift has sent shockwaves through the Royal family.

However, according to Camilla Tominey, a public display of unity may not be enough to heal the wounds caused by Prince Harry’s decision to leave The Firm and subsequent attacks in interviews.

In the latest episode of The Telegraph’s Royal Insight video series, Camilla Tominey explores what exactly each brother would need to do to bring about a reconciliation.

Watch the full video above.

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