Harry left William out of Diana Award statement just days after reuniting

The growing rift between Prince Harry and brother Prince William appears to have grown after the former left the Prince of Wales out of a statement just days after an apparent reunion.

Last week, the brothers took part in a video for the Diana Award ceremony.

The pair both pre-recorded speeches, which were filmed in different places – but it is the first time they have appeared on something together for many years, apart from the King's Coronation.

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However, just days later the royal rift returned as Harry released a lengthy statement about the awards, and failed to mention his own brother.

The statement was released on the news section of his and wife Meghan Markle's Archwell website, and also bizarrely includes American spellings of some words despite the awards being in honour of a member of the Royal Family.

It states: “The Diana Award recognized over 180 exceptional young leaders who are transforming their communities and driving positive change.

“Founded in honor of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Award recognizes youth aged nine-25 years old for their social action or humanitarian work, continuing the legacy of her belief that young people have the power to change the world.

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“This year, The Diana Award recognized changemakers from 31 different countries, all united in their collective efforts to create a more equitable and inclusive world.

“Earlier this month, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex joined alumni in Los Angeles for the first-ever in person Conversations for Change, a cornerstone program designed to bring young people together around a key social issue.

“Before the discussion, he surprised four of this year’s Diana Award recipients with their certificates.”

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The statement goes on to talk about how the special event brought together young humanitarians and activists from around the world to discuss “innovative approaches” to social change.

Nowhere in the statement did the Prince mention his brother, who is part of the entire event.

Prince William has not commented on the event, or his brother's words.

The Daily Star has reached out to both sides for a comment.

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