Harry felt ‘overshadowed’ by Will says Royal Author

Harry felt 'overshadowed' by Will

 

A royal author has claimed that Prince Harry felt “overshadowed” when the Queen Mother gave William more attention when they were growing up. Royal biographer Robert Jobson said: “By the time he was just eight years old, Prince William was already used to being treated with deference by some of the royal staff.

 

 

“On top of that, the Queen Mother made it quite clear which of the two little princes deserved more of her attention. “At family gatherings, their great-grandmother would often call for a chair to be placed next to hers, then ask for William to be seated next to her.

prince harry and prince william

 

“She would also invite him to go to see her at Clarence House — without his younger brother. “Not surprisingly, Prince Harry felt overshadowed — though he has never publicly expressed hurt or resentment at being the less favoured child.”

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