Prince Harry doesn’t have ‘tough legacy’ like William: ‘He needs to be less confrontational’


Prince Harry is advised to be less confrontational with the royal family if he wants to mend relations, says an expert.

The Duke of Sussex, who lives across the pond in the US, has the power to change the bond with his father, the king, and his brother, Prince William.

Royal expert Tessa Dunlop told the Mirror: “Harry admitted he misses the big crazy palace meals with family members, didn’t deliberately attack his father in his book, and hinted at a possible future role in the Commonwealth.

“But to shift relations to a more functional basis with the Royal Family, a less confrontational way forward is required.”

He continued: “One that won’t be as lucrative, but perhaps will prove more rewarding. Certainly, it’s a way forward that would suit William, the future King. But then things are simpler for William, he has a stone-solid heritage and a throne to look forward to. Not so much his younger brother.”

Tessa also admitted that she thinks Harry and Meghan are likely to take a step back from the spotlight as they have “nothing else to say about their lives in the royal family”.


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