Prince Harry told to ‘accept’ royal feud to avoid becoming the ‘problem child’
Prince Harry must “accept the realities” of the way things currently stand with his family if he’s to avoid becoming the “problem child”, one royal author has claimed.
It comes more than three years after Harry and his wife Meghan Markle took the controversial decision to step down as working royals and relocate to America.
After moving stateside, it quickly became apparent that the couple would make exposing the inner workings of royal life their raison d’etre.
The couple’s now-infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey back in 2021, their six-part Netflix documentary and Harry’s tell-all memoir put the monarchy on the backfoot, raising difficult questions about race and historical legacy.
Harry’s relationship with his brother in particular is said to have come under strain during this time, but all hope is not lost, according to Clive Irving, author of The Last Queen and royal columnist at The Daily Beast.
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He explained: “I think that there’s a relationship of sorts still existing and that will probably mature as they both themselves mature.”
According to Irving, there’s no need for “reconciliation” or “stand up fight” between the brothers.
“They can just accept the realities of the moment and hope that these will improve,” the royal author said.
Harry does not want to be the “problem child” so he would be wise to heed this advice, Irving added.
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Context is key here, the royal author went on. It comes one year after the Queen’s death and the subsequent beginning of King Charles’ reign.
Harry does not want to get in the way of his father’s “success” on the throne, Irving added.
Others are not so convinced that reconciliation is even possible at this point.
According to Tom Bower, author of Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors, Princess Kate and William would be “well advised” to stay away from Harry and Meghan.
He told Express US: “They can only do them harm. Harry and Meghan have only said awful things about William and Kate. Why on earth should William and Kate forgive them?”
Bower was referring to the Duke’s autobiography, which makes claims that portray William and Kate in a negative light.
At one point, Harry claims his brother physically attacked him as their relationship frayed over his marriage to Meghan.
And in another passage, Harry claims Kate made his wife cry over bridesmaids dresses ahead of their 2018 wedding.
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