Prince Harry didn’t have a falling out with Princess Diana’s brother, Charles, Earl Spencer contrary to initial reports.

In July, Express published a story claiming that the Duke of Sussex snubbed Princess Diana’s brother from Archie’s christening because their relationship has been strained.

The publication initially claimed that Prince Harry and Charles’ falling out started shortly after the late royal split from Prince Charles. The Duke of Sussex reportedly became upset after he learned that his uncle didn’t allow his mom to live at their family’s Althorp Estate.

But two months after the story was published, Express released a clarification and an apology address to Princess Diana’s younger brother. The publication said that Prince Harry and Charles never had a falling out and it was wrong for them to assume that they did.

“In fact, there has been no falling out between Earl Spencer and Prince Harry, clearly demonstrated by the public confirmation by the Duke of Sussex, that Earl Spencer was one of the only people informed of the birth of his son Archie before the rest of the world. Furthermore, Earl Spencer did offer the late Princess of Wales the use of Wormleighton Manor, on the Althorp Estate, for her private use but was unable to make available the "Garden House" on the advice of security officers… We apologize to Earl Spencer for these errors and for any distress the article may have caused,” the publication said.

Archie was christened at one of Queen Elizabeth’s private chapels in Windsor on July 6. At that time, Charles was unable to attend the baptism of his grandson because he was at the Winchester Festival in Hampshire to promote his book, “To Catch A King: Charles II’s Great Escape.”

Princess Diana’s older sisters, Lady Jane Fellowes, and Lady Sarah McCorquodale were able to attend Archie’s christening. In fact, they were also photographed with the royal family to commemorate the special occasion.