In a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, hosted by Andy Cohen, comedian Graham Norton shared his candid views on the ongoing saga surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and its implications for Prince William and Kate Middleton. Norton's remarks have added another layer to the ongoing narrative of the royal family's internal dynamics.

When Cohen probed Norton for the general British sentiment towards the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Norton responded that the media portrayal is predominantly against the couple. He added, "It's been a gift to William and Kate because now they are deified. They can do no wrong." The comedian humorously exaggerated, suggesting that Kate could be involved in a hit-and-run and still be perceived positively because of her affable nature. However, he also pointed out that the average Brit might not be as invested in the royal drama, saying, "I think they just think, 'Let them live their lives.'"

The relationship between the Sussexes and the Cambridges has been a topic of intense media scrutiny. Reports suggest that the bond between the two royal couples has not mended since Harry and Meghan's move to California. This geographical and emotional distance implies that their children might grow up without a close relationship with their royal cousins. Journalist Jennie Bond opined that the rift between the brothers might not be bridged merely for the sake of their offspring.

Bond also highlighted Harry's nostalgia for the times when the royal family was united. She said, "He does care about his U.K. family, and I'm sure he would like his children to hang out with their little cousins and to better understand their heritage." However, she was skeptical about a reunion happening solely for the children's sake.

The younger generation of royals, including Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, are not oblivious to the family tensions. Bond believes that especially George, who is second in line to the throne, is mature enough to understand the complexities of the situation.

The narrative surrounding the royal family continues to evolve, with public figures like Norton adding their perspectives to the mix. As the Sussexes carve out their new life in America, the Cambridges' image in the UK seems to be benefiting, at least in the eyes of some commentators. Whether this dynamic will change in the future remains to be seen.