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Kate Middleton tried to play "peacemaker" between feuding brothers Prince William and Prince Harry, a royal expert claims.
But the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, ultimately felt "fiercely loyal" to her husband William, it was claimed.
The brothers reportedly fell out when Harry, 36, announced he was stepping down as a senior royal and moving to North America with his wife Meghan Markle, 39, last year.
Royal biographer Katie Nicholl claims Kate initially tried to broker peace between them.
She told OK! magazine: "Kate was so close to Harry and initially tried to play peacemaker.
"But she's fiercely loyal to William. She's been there when he's needed to sound off.
"She's unflappable, always very calm in a moment of crisis, very solid, very dependable and loyal. She's a constant for William amid so much drama and uncertainty."
The commentator claimed Kate had sacrificed a lot to be his wife but shown she was willing to do it.
She also described her as the silent power behind the second in line to the throne.
During last month’s explosive Oprah interview, Harry admitted the brothers were on "different paths" and were having "space".
He said: "The relationship is space, at the moment. Time heals all things, hopefully."
Harry also claimed his brother and dad Prince Charles were "trapped" in the monarchy.
He later spoke to both of them following the broadcast of the Oprah chat, which saw Meghan and Harry make a series of allegations against the Firm.
Meghan Markle 'will never return to UK' after tell-all Oprah interview, claims expert
But US broadcaster Gayle King, a friend of Meghan and Harry, claimed the talks were "not productive".
William was left "reeling" after learning Harry had told her about the conversation, a source later claimed to Us Weekly.
However, the brothers are reportedly set to come together for the unveiling of a statue to mark their late mum Princess Diana’s 60th birthday.
The memorial sculpture will be installed at Kensington Palace on July 1.
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