“But Harry wasn’t only showing solemnity, he was showing anger.
“That was his body language.”
The discussion then turned to the relationship between Harry and the Prince of Wales, with Duncan Larcombe, former royal editor of The Sun, commenting on the feud between the brothers.
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Mr Larcombe said: “He has just become the Prince of Wales, he is going to be our King. It doesn’t look good for him if he can’t sort out the issues with his brother.
“He wants a leadership role, William wants to wear the medals and the stuff on his shoulders – be a leader.
“The Royal Family is being likened to the Kardashians in the way that Harry and Meghan are behaving. They’re being followed around by Netflix, they’re selling out all their royal brand to the highest bidder.”
He added: “That doesn’t mean it’s William’s fault but, for goodness sake William, the onus is not on Harry.”
Ms Nicholl has said the Royal Family is adopting a “bolts and braces” stance in anticipation of the book’s release.
The royal commentator added that Prince Harry is unlikely to call off the publication at this late stage as the Duke would face handing back half of the hefty advance handed out by the publishers.
Ms Nicholl told GB News: “The Palace are obviously concerned about it,
“They’re not afraid to have a pop at members of the Royal Family, that Oprah interview put the Royals at the centre of a really controversial storm over those allegations of racism.
“So, belts and braces time but I cannot believe that the prince is going to hand back half of that advance and pull the plug on the book.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK