Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said: Duke of SussexThe 36-year-old grew up knowing he wouldn’t have a “definite role” within the family which resented him not being taken seriously – despite all his military and charitable work.
He added that the royal marriage of Meghan Markle He “no doubt changed” him, but his rivalry with his brother made his relationship with his wife outdated a long time ago.
Harry, who now lives in a $14 million mansion in Montecito with his wife and children Archie and Lilipet, recently announced that he’s been secretly working on a bombshell book for nearly a year.
A royal expert has said Prince Harry’s marriage to Meghan Markle has ‘no doubt changed him’, but his rivalry with his brother outweighs his longstanding relationship with his wife. The two brothers were pictured in a statue that was unveiled last month
Talking to daily entertainmentRichard said:Many believe that the fact that William grew up knowing that he would one day be king and that Harry had no specific role, led to rivalry between the brothers who were considered inseparable.
Harry’s reputation as a wild royal child had been for years, and William’s image was more serious whatever his act. Some say Harry resents not being taken seriously, despite his military service and charitable work.
Harry now believes he was trapped as a member of the royal family and that William currently doesn’t know it.
“The feud between them, which has long been reported and confirmed for the first time in an ITV documentary about their trip to South Africa, is public and serious. It was his marriage to Megan that undoubtedly changed him.
Harry, who lives in Los Angeles and recently announced that he’s been secretly working on a bombshell book for nearly a year, has an “open and dangerous” feud with his brother, according to an expert. Filmed with Meghan Markle in his documentary on AppleTV
He added that the idea of the Fab Four – which saw Harry and Meghan working with Prince William and Kate Middleton – was a “disaster”.
The brothers separated due to a row that began in March 2019 when William threw Harry and Meghan from Kensington Palace for alleged bullying of staff, as the Sussexes dismantled their joint establishment and set up a new office in Buckingham Palace.
The allegations appeared in Robert Lacey’s book Battle of Brothers, which was published before Harry and Meghan went to Oprah to accuse the royal family of racism and claim they were abandoned when the Duchess of Sussex was suicidal and six months pregnant.
Harry initially said publicly that his brother and father were “trapped” by the monarchy, and that he felt “really let down” by his father, Charles.
The Duke of Sussex smiles after unveiling a statue of his mother, Diana
In a series of startling allegations, Harry revealed that the Prince of Wales had cut off contact with him in the wake of his decision to walk away from the company.
He told how, during his time in Canada, his father refused to answer his calls as tensions rose within the family and their relationship soured.
The two royal brothers recently reunited to unveil a statue of their late mother, Princess Diana, to celebrate her 60th birthday.
The couple, who were previously seen together in public at their grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral in April, may have healed a feud with their aunt Sarah Ferguson, 61, she recently told Australian Women’s Weeky Statue “Bringing Unity and Teamwork” to the family.
In July, William and Harry met their aunts Lady Sarah McCorquodale, 66, Lady Jane Fellowes, 64, and their uncle Charles, Earl Spencer, 57, for a private ceremony at Kensington Palace for the unveiling of the highly anticipated statue.
In July, William and Harry met their aunts Lady Sarah McCorquodale, 66, Lady Jane Fellowes, 64, and their uncle Charles, Earl Spencer, 57, for an intimate ceremony at Kensington Palace for the unveiling of a much-anticipated statue.
William and Harry put their personal differences aside and stood side by side to unveil the bronze statue of their mother in Sunken Garden, which became Diana’s resting place before her death in 1997. The garden was replanted with 4,000 Dianas. Favorite flowers in honor of the event.
At the time, sources close to Earl Spencer said there was hope that a celebration of their mother’s life and legacy will bring Harry and William together again after months of wrangling over the Sussexes’ decision to leave the royal family and subsequent interviews in which they openly criticized the royal family.
it comes Prince Harry Meghan Markle revealed that they made a donation to a non-profit organization that is distributing hot meals to hospitals and shelters across Haiti in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake.
The organization – run by their friend Spanish chef Jose Andre – operates globally “using food to empower communities and strengthen economies” by providing hot meals to people in need around the world.
Jose is a personal friend of the Sussex family – he also appeared on the first episode of the couple’s podcast, along with prolific figures like Sir Elton John – the chef was involved in Meghan Markle’s latest birthday campaign. The 40×40 initiative called on 40 of her friends to dedicate 40 minutes of their time to help women who have lost their jobs due to Covid.
News of the latest donation follows a statement Prince Harry and Meghan recently posted on their website, calling the world “fragile now” due to the earthquake in Haiti, as well as other major events, including the current situation in Afghanistan.
“The world is exceptionally fragile at the moment…as we all watch the growing humanitarian catastrophe in Haiti, and the threat of it getting worse after last weekend,” reads the statement, entitled “Letter from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex” on Haiti. Earthquake, we have left heartbroken.
Harry and Meghan posted a lengthy statement on Archewell’s website calling on people to donate to charities and organizations that do ‘critical work’.
The two were criticized on social media after it was published, as they called on people to donate to charitable organizations, while failing to reveal the amount they would give themselves.
Royal expert Angela Levine, best known as Prince Harry’s biographer, also criticized the lengthy statement as “false”.
She told FEMAIL: “I think Harry and Meghan’s great, comforting and caring comments about the situation in Afghanistan, the disaster in Haiti and the new variants of Covid is another example of their attempt to create a kind of alternative wake-up for the royal family.
Like most of their ‘merciful’ gestures, there is no indication what they will do themselves and whether any donations will go through the Archewell Foundation.
Their comment that they want to “reduce the suffering between those we know and those we may never meet—this will prove our humanity” sounds very similar to their last comment, We should sympathize with those we know and those we don’t know “that makes it seem equally false.”