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Prince Harry SNUB: Duke broke 'unwritten royal code' leaving William to shoulder burden

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Royal commentator Andrew Morton discussed the future of Princess Charlotte and her role as the younger of the sister of Prince George. Mr Morton told the documentary ‘Kate Middleton: Heir We Go Again!’ that the job of a royal child with an elder brother or sister is to be supportive.   

Mr Morton said: “The job of the royal child with an elder brother or sister is to be supportive.

“So the Prince of Wales, later the Duke of Windsor, was always supported by his sister and his three brothers.

“Elizabeth, now the Queen, was always supported by Princess Margaret.

“There is a kind of unwritten code inside the Royal Family that your job as a sibling is to help share the burden of the monarchy.”

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Last week it was revealed that Prince William told Princess Diana he did not want to be King by the Royal Editor of the Daily Mail.

During Channel 5’s royal documentary ‘William and Kate: Too Good To Be True’ Rebecca English and royal biographer Anna Pasternak discussed Prince William‘s awareness of the fact he would be King in the future.

Ms English stated that Prince Harry would jokingly offer to take on the role if Prince William did not want to be King.

Ms Pasternak said regarding Prince William: “Very early on he would have had a potent sense of his destiny.

Last week the CEO of the Diana Award stated that Prince Harry’s outlook on life was changed by fatherhood.

Tessy Ojo told the Royal Rota podcast that Prince Harry had a “really telling” moment when he spoke about becoming a father at a summit.

The royal expert said: “He had just become a father, I remember one of the things that were really telling in his speech was talking about the role of mentors and how fatherhood had given him that insight.

“He said as adults we are responsible for nurturing that next generation of young people.”



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