“They were slightly awkward guests at dinner parties in New York.
“It raises the question, how long will Harry and Meghan Markle’s value stay at such a high level?
Mr Bullen also discussed the other similarities between the two Dukes, and appeared to suggest Prince Harry could learn from a mistake Edward VIII made in restoring bridges with the Royal Family after his abdication.
He continued: “It’s fascinating when you draw the parallels between the two.
“Both of them married divorced American women. We all know that, but it goes much deeper than that.
“Edward and his brother also experienced their own sibling rivalry can be compared to Harry’s strained relationship with his brother, Prince William.
” But Edward and his brother Bertie [King George VI] never really resolved their differences.
“And when Edward wrote his book, it was really the first time a senior member of the Royal Family had written such a book.
“And he was paid a fortune at the time. It may have even been the highest-paid book of its time. It had a tremendous impact.
“So what kind of impact will Harry now have?”
The Duke of Cambridge is reported to have sparked the fury of the Duke of Sussex after allegedly referring to the former actress as “that girl” while urging his younger brother to “take time” to get to know her.
The brothers briefly reunited in July as they unveiled a commemorative statue in honour of their mother, the late Princess Diana, in the sunken garden at Kensington Palace.
Royal commentator Stewart Pearce, a close friend to Diana, has claimed Harry and William have been trying to patch things up through “informal” video calls.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK