Prince William: He can "do nothing more for Harry"

The relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry has suffered greatly over the past few years, especially as a result of Megxit. However, the relationship between the two brothers was never the best, says an expert.

After the family reunion at Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee, 96, the last hopes of reconciliation between Prince William, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, are fading. The two brothers were neither photographed together nor are they said to have met privately. William can’t do anything more for his brother, says Ingrid Seward.

Prince William: His relationship with Prince Harry suffered from the Megxit

Sparked by Williams’ concerns about Harry’s fast-developing relationship with Duchess Meghan, 40, ahead of their marriage in 2018, the two brothers’ relationship only began to deteriorate. Last but not least, the Sussexes’ explosive disclosure interview with Oprah Winfrey, 68, contributed to this. His brother was “trapped” in the royal system, was just one of the claims made by the royal dropout.

In another TV interview, Prince Harry made headlines in April 2022 as part of the Invictus Games in The Hague. He wanted to protect his grandmother from the wrong people, according to his cryptic statement. He completely avoided the question of whether he missed his brother and his father in his adopted country in the USA.

As Prince Harry and his small family drift away from the royal family and their original obligations in Montecito, California, Prince William’s role in the monarchy becomes more important. The relationship between the two brothers has hit rock bottom, says royal expert and author Ingrid Seward.

Prince William ‘feels like there’s nothing more he can do’

“Despite what it looked like, the two boys never got along very well. They would sit together for TV interviews for their common cause and joke around, but they were never very good friends,” said the editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine. “Kate has always been committed to their relationship and while William has always looked after Harry, he feels there is nothing more he can do at the moment.”

Instead, he focuses on what he can achieve instead of “wasting his time on things he can’t change,” says Seward. “He knows what is coming and he knows how difficult it is, but with the help of Kate and the support of his father, the Prince of Wales, he is positive and optimistic about his future.”

“His sense of responsibility prevented him from doing so”

With his 40th birthday on June 21, 2022, Prince William not only celebrated a major personal milestone, the day on which he will take over the role of the Prince of Wales from his father is also within reach. “Prince William has a growing influence on the institution of the monarchy. He is respected and his opinions are followed,” said the expert. “He can be intolerant, but not because he’s unkind, but because it’s close to his heart.”

He was “very intuitive” like his late mother Princess Diana, † 36, and had “the same longing for emotional security,” says Ingrid Seward. His marriage to Duchess Catherine, 40, and his small family give him that. But he too had moments when he wanted to free himself from the restrictions that royal life had imposed on him, but “his sense of responsibility prevented him from doing so”.

“William has always been a thinker and able to rationalize any situation, making him a staunch supporter of the Queen and growing his influence on the entire Royal Family,” she continues. This has become more and more evident in the last few months in particular. He takes on more and more tasks for his grandmother, who has to take it easy because of her ongoing mobility problems.


Source used: mirror.co.uk

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