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Thursday, July 11, 2024

Royal Showdown: Explosive Critique from Harry’s Close Friend Targets Prince William and Princess of Wales

According to Paul Burrell, Lady Diana’s former butler, the Duke of Sussex’s repeated attacks on the Prince and Princess of Wales are motivated by jealousy. In an interview with “Slingo”, the former Windsor official goes on the attack

“He does everything perfectly.” According to Paul Burrell, a close friend of the British royal family who worked as Lady Diana’s butler, Prince William plays his role as heir to the throne to perfection. Speaking to Slingo, the former Windsor official defended the eldest son of Charles III in the face of repeated accusations from his younger brother, Prince Harry. Since his departure from the royal family in 2020, the Duke of Sussex has been relentless in his attacks on the British royal family in the media.

Whether on the set of Oprah Winfrey, in his Netflix documentary series Harry & Meghan or, more recently, in the pages of his memoirs The Substitute, the father of Archie and Lilibet has not been kind to his elder brother. He has not hesitated to unpack in public the times when the Windsors have put the interests of the heir to the throne ahead of their own. Between sibling rivalry and tough relations, the Duke of Sussex spared no detail.

Is Prince Harry jealous of his brother?

According to Paul Burrell, Prince Harry‘s behaviour is caused by jealousy. “Unbelievable. He does everything perfectly,” he told Slingo. There’s no criticism of Prince William and Princess Catherine as a couple. I know Harry did it, but it’s petty and I think it’s jealousy in a way. But as the Duke of Sussex’s life in Hollywood was turned upside down, he reportedly appealed to his older brother to help him make amends with the Firm. But will the Prince of Wales even want to help the man who has betrayed him several times in the past?

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