Feuding Royal brothers Prince Harry and Prince William did not spend any time together at all during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The pair have been at war since Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle left the UK in 2019 – which is when they also stepped down as working Royals.

It had been hoped that the four-day-long celebrations in honour of Her Majesty's 70 years on the throne would have thawed the ice between them, but according to author and royal expert Omid Scobie, that couldn't be further from the truth.

Writing for Yahoo, the 40-year-old co-author of Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of A Modern Royal Family in 2020, said: “For those wondering, I’m told there was no interaction between the Sussexes and the Cambridges—but that story is for another time.”

He also shed some light on how the future of the monarchy might look, and it's far from bright.

Scobie added: “Speeches from Prince William and Prince Charles during the Platinum Party at the Palace allowed the two heirs to give a taste of what’s to come when they take on new roles in the not-too-distant future, but one couldn’t help but feel a little underwhelmed when looking at the royal landscape without the Queen (and the additional loss of the the Gen Z-favoured Sussexes).

“And this is where one of many problems lie ahead for the future of The Firm.

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“While we celebrate the Queen’s golden reign, we are also reminded that the future without her might just, dare I say it, look a little dull.

“Though her successors are no doubt capable in their royal roles, the institution’s next chapter is yet to feel like it aligns with modern-day society, and our expectations within it.

“The nation’s love and respect for the Queen has been unwavering.

“What is less predictable, however, is just how much of those feelings the public will transfer to those waiting in the wings.

“Without the adored Queen, this past week might have been as good as it will ever get.”

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