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Prince Harry wants to get closer to Prince William: He despairs of not getting more attention


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In an interview with TalkRadio, biographer Angela Levin, who knows Prince Harry well, confided about his character. The Duke of Sussex would seek to put himself forward and be more important than his brother, William.

If time is supposed to heal the wounds, the adage does not apply to the British royal family. Since the explosive interview that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle gave to Oprah Winfrey last March, tensions are still palpable between the Sussex couple and the Cambridge couple. According to the confidences of biographer Angela Levin, the rivalry between Princes William and Harry would have pushed the latter to do everything to have more attention than his older brother.

In an interview with TalkRadio, the British journalist says that Prince Harry wants to put himself forward and “seeks to be more important than William,” reports The Sun. “Now he has the ability and opportunity to do and say things that he probably couldn’t do and say before,” Angela Levin continues. According to the journalist, Prince Harry likes to be “naughty” to stand up to his big brother. As a headline example, she cites the moment when the Duke of Sussex juggles with balls in Meghan Markle’s birthday video. An appearance that had not failed to make the experts in royalty react, including Lady Colin Campbell, who had compared the Duke of Sussex to the “court jester”.

A sibling rivalry that has lasted for years

The rivalry between the two brothers is not new. Tensions would exist between the princes for years, even before the arrival of Meghan Markle in the royal family. “Many believe that the fact that William grew up knowing he would one day be king and Harry had no defined role led to the rivalry between brothers who were considered inseparable,” explained royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams to Entertainment Daily. According to Fitzwilliams, Prince Harry sees his older brother as “trapped” in the royal family. It remains to be seen whether the 36-year-old duke will mention his tensions with his brother, in his memoirs, which is scheduled for release in 2022.

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