Prince Harry 'less forgiving' than William of Charles after Princess Diana's death

Prince William and Prince Harry were just 15 and 12 when Diana, the Princess of Wales

died in a car crash in August 1997. Following her death, tensions mounted between

Prince Charles and his two sons, who felt "very defensive" of their mother. In recent

years, the brothers have "had a real difference in their styles" of how they've dealt with

the aftermath of their mother's death. Speaking on Palace Confidential,

commentator Sarah Vine discussed the brother's different forgiving paths.

Ms Vine said: "After Diana's death, there was this, sort of, iciness a bit and, I think, a lot of recrimination."

Despite a rocky start, she notes how William's relationship with his father has

"deepened and matured" and "a lot of forgiveness", adding that Harry has "gone the other way".