Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have sent Prince William and Kate Middleton well wishes for their 10th wedding anniversary.
A spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirms to BAZAAR.com that the couple have privately congratulated the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their marital milestone. However, it's unclear whether the message was sent via a phone call, video call, or written note.
The Sussex and Cambridge households seem to have had a more distant relationship in the past year following Harry and Meghan's decision to step back as senior working members of the royal family. Last month, the Sussexes expressed some of the frustrations they had while working within the institution, with Meghan revealing that Kate had at one point made her cry and Harry admitting that he and his brother were giving each other "space."
That said, there have been subtle signs of a slow and steady reconciliation between the two couples. In addition to the Sussexes' recent well wishes, Harry briefly reunited with his brother and sister-in-law in England earlier this month at the funeral for his grandfather Prince Philip.
Following the scaled-back service, Harry was seen walking and chatting with Will and Kate. BAZAAR can confirm that they attended a private family wake together for their grandfather as well. Though Meghan, who is in the late stages of pregnancy, could not attend the ceremony, she sent a note and a sentimental wreath for the late Duke of Edinburgh, which was displayed at the funeral.
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