William & Harry’s ‘Royal Rift’ Divides The Panel | Loose Women

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Princes William and Harry come together to unveil the statue of their late mother Princess Diana, on what would’ve been her 60th birthday. The statue is placed in the sunken gardens of Kensington Palace, which is said to have been one of her favourite places where she would go to reflect and find peace. Ranvir, Frankie, Janet and Gloria discuss whether the landmark occasion will be enough for Harry and William to heal their rift.

From series 25, broadcast on 01/07/21

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