Prince William and Prince Harry have to do a crucial thing to protect the royal family.

Relationship consultant Sheila Mackintosh-Stewart told Express that the royal siblings need to set aside their differences in order to keep the strong, functional family dynamic of the royal family. The expert also said that the brothers need each other now more than ever.

“They are brothers, like any other. They are both clearly emotionally intelligent, mature, appear to be great friends… They will undoubtedly be fully aware that they each play a key role in each other’s social and personal support networks,” she said.

Prince William and Prince Harry are rumored to be at odds with each other. The speculations heightened after it was reported that the royal siblings will split their households.

The Duke of Cambridge has to separate from the Duke of Sussex in preparation for his future role as king. Prince Harry, on the other hand, also has to continue his own path, which includes fatherhood.

Meghan Markle is scheduled to give birth this month or early May. Following the birth of Baby Sussex, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s household will start its operations at Buckingham Palace. Prince William and Kate Middleton’s team will continue to function from Kensington Palace.

In related news, Prince William and Prince Harry also made headlines this week after it was revealed that their relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles was not always pleasant.

Royal biographer Penny Junor said in “The Duchess: The Untold Story” that Camilla had to be introduced to a young Prince William and Prince Harry carefully, and their transition was so hard.

“Part of the thinking was that, in order for the public to approve of Camilla, she had to be seen with the boys or it wouldn’t work. I think the relationship between them all is warm but if I’m honest, it wasn’t then… I think they found it very hard when they were little,” she said.