Kate Middleton is "trying to help to bring the family back together and alleviate her husband’s stress and sadness" following Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey interview, it has been reported.
The Sussexes appeared in a televised interview with US TV legend Oprah earlier this year in which they made a series of bombshell claims about the royal family.
Their explosive revelations included allegations that Kate Middleton made her new sister-in-law Meghan Markle cry, as well as revelations that the Duchess of Sussex had suicidal thoughts and that there were concerns within the Palace about "how dark" their baby would be.
But following the claims, a source close to the Cambridges has said that Kate "hasn’t said much about Oprah at all".
It is also claimed that the trust has "basically gone" between Prince William and Harry following the bombshell interview.
A source told The Telegraph: "The Duchess hasn’t said much about Oprah at all. I think the bridesmaids’ dress comments were the least of anyone’s worries. And she’s not really the type to get het up about these sorts of things.
"She’s just trying to help to bring the family back together and alleviate her husband’s stress and sadness.
"The question for the Duke is whether he is able to override the short-term pain and damage to get back to the place he once was with his brother. It’s very difficult when the trust has basically gone."
Harry and William will reunite this week to unveil a statue in honour of their mum Diana, Princess of Wales for what would have been her 60th birthday.
The brothers commissioned the statue in 2017 to mark 20 years since her untimely death in Paris.
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It will sit in the Sunken Garden at her former Kensington Palace home, which was one of Princess Diana's favourite spots.
Previous reports have suggested Kate will reportedly help her husband Prince William and his brother Harry to "put on a united front" at the unveiling.
"The Duchess has seen this project evolve from its conception and now to the finished article and undoubtedly wants to be there to support her husband," a royal source said.
He added: "No doubt there will be tensions between the Cambridges and Harry, but they all recognise that despite the obvious and deep-rooted issues between them, they want the day to be solely about the Princess of Wales’s enduring legacy."
The Daily Star has approached the Cambridges' representative for comment.
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