WATCH: Prince Harry avoids question on whether he misses Prince William and Prince Charles
Royal fans are convinced the brothers’ feud is as deep as ever.
Prince Harry has admitted he misses his family since leaving the UK - but refused to say if he missed his brother and father specifically.
This week, Harry sat down with TV host Hoda Kotb for an in-depth chat during the Invictus games in Netherlands.
He was asked about his relationship with his family, his recent meeting with his grandmother Queen Elizabeth, fatherhood, and his new life in the USA.
The Duke moved to California over two years ago with his wife Meghan Markle and has only been back to the UK a few times.
Prince Harry has said he misses his family and admitted that working from home has been 'hard' especially with children in the house.
The Duke of Sussex sat down with Hoda Kotb to discuss the Invictus Games and said he feels the guidance of his mother "more than ever before". pic.twitter.com/CrPTerhRQa
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When asked if he missed his family, Harry said: "Yes, I think especially over the last two years, everybody has missed their family and that ability to get home and see them, of course."
Hoda then followed up by asking: "Do you miss your brother and your dad?”
But Harry expertly managed to dodge the question, quickly changing the subject to his children, Archie and Lilibet.
“Look I mean, for me at the moment I'm here focused on these guys and their families…” he said.
"I'm here and giving everything that I can 120% to them to make sure that they have the experience of a lifetime, that's my focus here. When I leave here, I get back and my focus is on my family who I miss massively."
Elsewhere in the interview, the 37-year-old was asked if he feels "at peace" living in California.
"I don't know how many people feel truly peaceful, you know? I feel, at times, I feel massively at peace," he said.
"We as human beings are compassionate people but when your life becomes really hard, it can be, for some, harder to find the compassion for other people.
"But what I've learned over the years is - certainly for myself - I find healing in helping others. And I think that's what we should really be focusing on."