PRINCE Harry and Prince George have never been photographed interacting with one another because the Palace did not want the Duke of Sussex to be branded a “spinster”, a royal expert has claimed.
Prince Harry was ecstatic when his brother Prince William and wife Kate Middleton welcomed their first child, Prince George, in 2013. The Duke of Sussex is said to have a great relationship with his nephew, as well as niece Princess Charlotte and latest nephew Prince Louis. However, the public have never been treated to a picture of Meghan Markle’s husband interacting with the five-year-old.
Of course, George and Harry have been in the same photographs with one another, including Prince Charles’ 70th Birthday portrait as well as the official images from Meghan and Harry’s wedding.
However, we are yet to see the pair interacting one-on-one.
This is because the Palace did not want Harry to be branded a “spinster”, a royal writer has claimed.
Speaking on podcast “Royally Obsessed”, royal writers Kaitlin Menza and Lisa Ryan explained: “We’ve never once seen Prince Harry interacting with Prince George, they’ve never been photographed together.”
They went on to explain: “[This] is not because of tension with a five-year-old, I think it was on purpose because Harry was single and they didn’t want him like ‘poor old spinster Harry playing with a baby on the grass’, but we never see that.”
This could now change as Harry is clearly no longer at risk of becoming a “spinster” as he married actress Meghan Markle earlier this year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are also expecting their own baby in Spring 2019.
Harry has previously spoken lovingly about his niece and nephew Prince George and Princess Charlotte, telling the Mail on Sunday in 2017: “The reason I am now fifth is because of my nephew and niece and I could never wish them away.”
He lovingly added: “They are the most amazing things ever.”
It comes after it was confirmed that Prince William is set to return to his military roots, five years after finishing active service in the RAF.
On Friday, he will carry out an official engagement on behalf of the Queenat Sandhurst.
The Duke of Cambridge will inspect the Sovereign’s Parade at the Royal Military Academy.
The future King trained at the military academy 12 years ago.
In total, he served seven and a half years in the military.
However, he gave up his years of active service in RAF in 2013, just two years after marrying Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
During his time in the military the Royal worked as a search-and-rescue pilot.
William has previously opened up about the importance of serving in the military as the future King of England.
In an interview during his service days, he said: “As a future head of the armed forces I think it is really important that you at least get the opportunity to be credible and to do the job that signed up for and do the best I can.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK