Despite their nasty royal feud, Prince Harry didn't let his brother's 10-year wedding anniversary go unnoticed.
The now California-based couple "privately congratulated" William and Kate on their decade-long marriage on Thursday, reports Page Six.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding anniversary come as tensions continue to run high throughout the palace. As Radar exclusively reported, things did not go well between Harry and William during their unscheduled two-hour meeting at Windsor Castle after Prince Philip's service.
Palace sources told Radar, Harry felt "ambushed" by Prince Charles and William, and despite communicating with his father and older brother, the conversation between the three royal family members was “unproductive.”
So much so that Harry hightailed it right out of London, skipping Queen Elizabeth's 95th birthday for another offer.
Radar was told Harry refused to make amends with Charles and William without his wife present. As for Kate Middleton, she's staying out of the mess. Despite initially playing peacemaker, we've learned Kate will not be a part of the negotiation process between the family.
"Kate wants what is best for her husband and the royal family. She loves Harry but doesn’t get involved in this sort of stuff,” the family insider revealed. “It isn’t Kates place to decide which family members get titles and money.”
It appears the in-laws decided to put their differences aside for one day. As Radar reported, William and Kate flaunted their 10-year milestone with some tasteful PDA.
The couple dropped two brand-new photos in honor of their 10 years together and they've never looked more in love. They also included a short video with their children and wrote, "Thank you to everyone for the kind messages on our wedding anniversary. We are enormously grateful for the 10 years of support we have received in our lives as a family."
Queen Elizabeth also acknowledged the Duke and Duchess' anniversary with a thoughtful post. Family, can't live with 'em and can't ... well, you know the rest.