Prince William thinks Harry ‘resents’ him & that’s why Harry is ‘struggling’

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Us Weekly probably does not have any real “royal sources.” They probably just have a few whispers from actual royal reporters here and there, plus they have vivid imaginations. Anyway, I find it interesting that Us Weekly’s coverage of the current royal drama is to basically claim that Prince William is mad and the Queen wants Prince Harry to come back to the UK. Which is probably very close to the truth? Weird, huh?

Queen Elizabeth II wants Prince William and Prince Harry to put their differences aside and patch up their rocky relationship once and for all, multiple sources exclusively reveal in the new issue of Us Weekly. The monarch, 94, “is firmly of the opinion that this nonsense cannot and must not continue any longer,” says one source. “She wants the boys to sit and resolve their differences like grown adults.”

A second source says Her Majesty was hoping the brothers would have their chance to sit face-to-face and hash things out at Princess Beatrice’s wedding when it was originally scheduled for May. (William and Harry’s cousin ended up tying the knot with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in mid-July in a small ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.) Now she’s holding out hope that the former military pilot, 35, will leave Los Angeles — where he has been living with wife Meghan Markle and their 14-month-old son, Archie — and come to Balmoral before the end of the summer to talk things through with William, 38.

“She wants them to chat in person,” says the second source, “not on the phone or via Zoom, which wouldn’t be as effective.”

[From Us Weekly]

In Finding Freedom, some of the details were already revealed about the Sussexit negotiations Harry had to do with Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace. William, apparently, had already dissociated himself from all things Harry, and they *could* have had a heart-to-heart but never did. So no, Harry is not going to run back to England so William can be a passive-aggressive asshat again. Speaking of!

Royally outraged. Prince William isn’t pleased with the contents of Finding Freedom, the new book about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. While a spokesperson tells Us that the content of Finding Freedom is “based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps,” and that the royal couple was not involved, William, 38, believes otherwise.

“William thinks the book is their calculated way of controlling the narrative and that they took advantage of their entertainment contacts so they’d be painted in a favorable light,” the source says.

“Even before the book came out, the bad blood between William and Harry was apparent,” another source tells Us. “But it’s taken a whole new turn.”

“William’s the voice of reason and can’t help thinking that Harry’s ongoing resentment toward him, Kate and the rest of the royal family is a sign he’s struggling to move forward with his life in L.A.,” the first source claims.

[From Us Weekly]

Ah, I see. “William the Wise” redux – imagine being this much of an a–hole to your brother, after you’ve made his life hell and oversaw a racist smear campaign against your brother’s wife. “You’re just jealous that I’m so reasonable!” Anyway, all of this to say, Harry is not going back any time soon. The Sussexes will not be heading to Balmoral this summer. Also: imagine William honestly believing that the only way Harry and Meghan can get favorable press is by having “entertainment contacts.” LOL.


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  1. Lori says:


  2. Ronaldinhio says:

    I can’t help feeling that William wishes he were Harry
    It is not suited to Kingship or leadership, is work shy and lacks compassion or commitment
    He was propped up by Harry and is now alone – like a lose d*ck at a swinger’s party

    • Rapunzel says:

      Yep. This is total projection on William’s part. He is so mad that Harry got the loving wife and free life he wanted.

      Wills is an a-hole, but he was made this way by the system, so I sort of feel for him (only a little!). He will always have a wife he didn’t really want to marry and a life of duties he doesn’t want. All by virtue of his birth, not by choice. It’s no excuse for his behavior and he sucks, but it is interesting psychology, and I wish Will would follow Harry’s example and get therapy.

      • kelleybelle says:

        Have to agree with this. He is not suited at all. He’s too much his father’s child.

      • cisne says:

        i think he wants it all..the power and position he has and the freedom that Harry has. .not so sure about thae loving wife part though…that is not important to him just access to as many vaginas as possible.

      • Bev says:

        Isn’t it ironic how much of a supposed mental health advocate William is? Without having taken care of his own mental health? Of course he stole the topic from Harry who started championing it AFTER he started dealing with his own mental health, you know, like a normal human who follows his passions. But god forbid the keenbridges try for even a modicum of integrity and authenticity in anything they do.

    • notasugarhere says:

      William is the Duke of Windsor all over again. Petulant, pinch-penny, easily manipulated, wants the royal status without the work. To quote DoW about himself, ‘I suppose the fact of the matter is that I’m quite the wrong sort of person to be Prince of Wales’.

      • MerlinsMom1018 says:

        I totally agree. Over the years I have read different books about the RF and the Duke and he ALWAYS comes across a spoiled, 3 hours -past his naptime- toddler. Liar, manipulative, self absorbed. The ONLY difference between the two is that the Duke was obsessed with Wallis and gave it all up for her. I can’t see Cambridge doing the same. He would toss the wife in a New York minute if he had to choose

    • S808 says:

      I think he does too. He needs therapy so bad.

    • BnLurkN4eva says:

      He reminds me of Guy Pearce character in the movie the Count of Monte Cristo. In it he played a rich guy who had everything but was so jealous of his best buddy who was a poor guy. He coveted everything his poor best buddy had and went to desperate measures to destroy his life. This is who William remind me of and it’s so incredibly sad because I always got the sense that Harry had zero envy of William and would have happily supported him if William had shown him and his wife respect.

  3. 809Matriarch says:

    I started reading this one and got so mad I had to stop for a minute. I am of an age where I remember the Queen ORDERING Charles and Andrew to get a divorce. I mean I know she is the matriarch and the Queen and all but you cannot force two grown men to put their differences aside. Basically she is telling Harry to roll over. William will never make any concessions and if this is really true it is just another reason to bash Meghan.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      Us Weekly is 100% made-up BS. I am willing to bet money I do not have that QEII has nothing on this matter William nor has she let her opinions on this matter be known to William. QEII KNOWS the PWT is Wilileaks as she cannot be so uninformed not to know.

    • kelleybelle says:

      I understood that queen wanted Charles and Di to work it out and NOT divorced. Queen wanted no part of Camilla in the RF. Charles has to put his foot down.

  4. Rapunzel says:

    Notice, the story only mentions Harry coming back for this face to face. That’s in line with yesterday’s “Meghan isn’t welcomed back, nor is Archie” story.

    The tin foil tiara wearer in me thinks this is a nefarious scheme to get Harry back in England alone in attempt to keep there and force him to abandon Meg and Archie. This face to face meeting may involve some cult style “reprogramming.”

    • Mary says:

      It’s a pretty out there theory, tin foil or not, but I have to admit that this Come Back Alone Harry narrative is pervasive, insistent and weird. They keep harping on him to go back alone; so much so that I would anticipate some kind of ambush.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        I think they’d take his passport and hold him hostage. He really should never go back to the UK or anywhere they can access him.

      • Feeshalori says:

        Yes, I’m getting a Princess Charlene vibe from this as well. I’d keep clear away from that family as well.

    • GuestWho says:

      I always imagined that they would set him up at a party (like the farewell party he had in March) and ambush him, set up with another woman. Nothing too damning but enough to humiliate his wife in another country and to start sewing seeds of doubt. I was really nervous when Harry was in the UK without Meghan. Obviously my own projection, but I wouldn’t put anything past these aholes to drive a wedge between them.

  5. Mrs Robinson says:

    I mean, William could go to LA if this were really important to him…

  6. Princess Peach says:

    I think William does believe that many people who are not jealous of him are. The Tatler piece with Kate shows that many people think they are a joke.

    • Becks1 says:


      I think if Harry is jealous of anything re: William, its that the royal households support him basically at all costs (and in this situation, the cost was Harry.) And I don’t think that’s jealous so much as anger that led to him saying, “peace out.”

      We know Harry is not jealous of William being the future future king, and I cant think of anything else meaningful William has going for him that would make Harry jealous.

  7. Sofia says:

    If William is genuinely concerned, he needs to pick up the phone and try to have a genuine conversation with his brother.

    Otherwise it just seems like he’s gaslighting.

  8. S808 says:

    I do think Harry resents William (not for the reason William probably thinks he does) and can you blame him??? I would too! His whole life he’s come second to William and when he finally finds a slice of happiness, William along with everyone else, does everything they can to rip it apart. Instead of being happy for him, they made his and wife’s life a living hell. Who wouldn’t resent that?!

    • Nic919 says:

      I think William’s resentment of Harry is much stronger and more detrimental. He wants the freedom Harry has, but still wants to keep his rank and all the money. He clearly resents that Harry has a beautiful wife that he respects and who helps him in life. Kate is just there. William doesn’t respect her and never has. He’s bitter that Harry is getting to break away. And he will do whatever he can to make it as difficult as possible.

      • S808 says:

        Agree 100000%! William absolutely resents Harry too and his resentment is much more obvious and in pursuit of that he’s gotten himself in quite the trap with the tabloids.

      • Becks1 says:

        William resented Harry, I agree, and then he used that resentment and bitterness to push Harry out.

  9. HeatherC says:

    Of course Harry resents William and the rest of the FINO (family in name only). All the work and support he’s done for them over the years, including being friendly to Kate (especially being friendly to Kate) and the rest of them can’t even fake not actively trying to erase his wife and child from the picture, his picture and theirs. Of course he resents to lack of support and protection afforded to other family members. This resentment is based in fact and is part of the foundation for the decision to leave. If they don’t have his back now (and they do not) why would they ever have it in the future? He knows the bus that keeps running him over has the name William emblazened on it (among other) and that bus is still in service waiting for him. I hope they do the year end review thing over Zoom.

    • ABritGuest says:

      Spot on HeatherC. Plus William hates the press as much as Harry so to then apparently stick the same press on Harry’s family is quite the betrayal.

      They want Harry to come back alone as i truly think some in the Firm think Meghan has a sexual hold on Harry so they can only ‘intervene’ & ‘talk sense into him’ if she’s out of the picture. And ultimately seems some don’t like her so probably want a do-over for Harry. I guess the degree wife comment was part prediction/part wishful thinking

      • Nic919 says:

        There is a lot of projection by William when it comes to spouses. He doesn’t respect Kate and settled for her. She was “sex waiting for him” in the almost decade of dating and now he’s found it elsewhere. He can’t understand a relationship with a woman where he would respect what his spouse thinks or that he would sacrifice anything for her. William has never done that for Kate. The relationship such as it is has always required Kate to make sacrifices. William has gotten what he wants when he wants it (perhaps the except is Louis but that was right after he was caught with women at the ski chalet) and he cannot comprehend what Harry is doing.

      • Lizzie Bathory says:

        The funny thing is that Harry seems like one of the few Windsors who *doesn’t* have weird ideas about sex. Charles with his tampon remarks, the Yorks with toe-sucking, Andrew as a rapist of underaged, trafficked girls, William’s “sex waiting” comments…. And then to criticize Harry for what? Loving & protecting his wife & child?

      • Mary says:

        @Lizzie, 💯🤭

  10. Aurora says:

    Harry’s murder face at this event cracks me up every time.

    William is the worst brother ever. I’m curious whether he was naturally inclined to be that way because his personality or if his role as heir and the preferential treatment made him that way. Was it nature or nurture?

    • Chanteloup says:

      no, I have the worst brother ever. William is a close second, lol.
      Preferential treatment did help my brother become that way –

    • Sofia says:

      i think it’s both nature and nurture (but if I really had to pick I would go with nurture). He seems to have gotten Charles and Diana’s worst traits – as does Harry with his “hot headedness” but he seems to have gotten it under control 97% of the time and he doesn’t use it to be malicious (which I think William does)

      But I also blame the Queen Mother for doting on him too much just because he was the heir. Plus he got the Middletons who kiss the ground he walks on and probably have no issue tossing their own (Kate) to the side just to make William happy (apparently Carole used to take William’s side during fights between him and Kate). Unlike Harry, William also got no therapy to deal with his issues.

      I think William is an unhappy and bitter man. He’s bitter at Charles, Camilla, Harry, Meghan, Kate, etc etc. But instead of doing some self reflection and getting help with his issues, he rather surround himself with yes men and sycophants who will continue to kiss his arse until he’s no longer useful to them.

    • windyriver says:

      I’m more interested in what there was about Harry that enabled him to escape the toxic environment he grew up in. He’s the outlier. Yes, he had lots of therapy, but had to be open to it in the first place. If recent history is a guide, you’d expect him to be like Margaret vs. Elizabeth, Andy vs. Charles, jealous of the treatment and status of the one ahead of him in birth order. While he’s certainly seemed lost at more than one point, I never got the sense he was in any way envious of William’s position – which William is obviously pissed about. How dare Harry not be jealous – of something Will doesn’t really want either.

      So, did Harry get a compassion gene from Diana, and possibly also Charles – that William didn’t? (As big a putz as Charles is, he did start the Prince’s Trust in his 20’s, and appears to understand that people can face hardships/challenges in their lives and need help and encouragement.) Was Diana around for Harry long enough for him to glimpse a different way of seeing things than everyone else around him in the RF? Was there someone, a nanny, teacher, friend somewhere that influenced him?

      It makes me wonder what the Cambridge kids have/will have in their future lives to counteract the lousy influences and role models they already have on both sides of their family.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        The Cambridge kids are screwed. Neither side of the family care about anyone other than George. If they cared they would have been more open to Harry’s plan to be a part time royal because it would have laid the path for Charlotte and Louis. They’re useful while they are cute but once they outgrow that usefulness their lives are going to be hell.

      • Amy Too says:

        It could be that William is still so far from the throne so it didn’t seem as “real” or pressing that he would be The King. Elizabeth was on it when Margaret was jealous. Charles was the next in line and Prince of Wales with all that entails when Andrew was jealous. But William is still so far away and everyone knows he’ll be waiting for a long time. I don’t think he was getting special King lessons and being treated super mega extra special by everyone when the boys were younger and teens and even as young adults. There’s not that much to be jealous of when you and your brother basically have the exact same job: grandchildren of the Queen going to all the same events and doing all the same stuff and even living in the same house.

      • Nic919 says:

        The Queen mother was known to treat William differently from the other grandkids so he’s been told he’s special from an early age. He also threw it in the faces of his classmates when he was very young. That seemed to have quietened down when he went to Eton, but he’s taken advantage of his position as next in line to Charles from day one. And with the media hiding his peccadillos of which there are many but not Harry, he already knows he can get away with a lot more. Even the media blackout on the rose affair is a sign, and something unlikely to have been agreed to for Harry.

      • Ellyn says:

        Harry’s military service seems to hint at one thing that made a difference–he had a real job, and it wasn’t a carefully curated photo-op for show. He was able to be outside the bubble of the Royal Court and interact with people who depended on him as a person, not a figurehead. (Seems kind of like Anne’s life choices, in some respects–doing things on their own terms.)
        William has never had that experience, nor has Charles (both for obvious reasons). And the less said about Andrew, the better. And although it seems more like no one in the Royal Family cared enough about Edward to make a bigger issue about his decision to forego a military career, at least he didn’t have to fake a dedication and intent to placate the Firm’s ambitions.

  11. JTrain says:

    It seems as though this family uses fear of exposure as a tactic to demand loyalty.

    Does anyone else see the pictures from the day as Kate being the one that got exposure threatened behind the scenes?

    She is a pro at how to put on a fake face and she couldn’t show anything but rage.

  12. notasugarhere says:

    The constant (failing) projection amuses me. First PR tried to project all of Meghan’s good qualities onto Kate and failed. Now they’re trying to turn William’s resentment of Harry’s freedom into Harry resenting William. Too bad we see the facts.

  13. Amy Too says:

    Are people traveling from America even allowed into the U.K. right now? I thought we weren’t allowed to travel to certain European and other foreign countries bc we suck at coronavirus. Is it different because Harry is a U.K. citizen? IF he went back for a visit would he be allowed back into the US? Wouldn’t he have to quarantine himself for two weeks both ways? Why does it seem like the RF and RRs keep forgetting there’s a pandemic? Will and Harry weren’t able to go to Bea’s wedding bc of coronavirus restrictions but Harry would be able to fly in for a quick hang out with Will?

    • Anna Luc says:

      @Amy Too — Yes. I have a child living in Europe who was able to fly into the US for family business because she’s a citizen. Then she returned to Europe even with the ban in place because she’s a permanent resident. My two questions are: 1) Is Britain banning travel from the US and vice versa? 2) Would PH‘s visa (spouse/investor/diplomatic) allow him to return to the US?

  14. Nyro says:

    “Struggling”.🙄 Look, I cannot wait for this damn coronavirus to be over so Harry and Meghan can go full throttle with Archewell. The pandemic was the best thing that could have happened for the royals because it’s bought them at least a year to push the b.s. narrative that H&M are miserable flops who can’t back it outside The Firm.

    William has done nothing with his life. Nothing. He’s a passionless lazy bum. And I suspect he might have a drinking problem since it seems he can’t be bothered to do an engagement unless he’s able to have a beer in front of him. He cares about nothing and so he has no life’s work. He’s built nothing. It is he who is the vapid party not prince, riding off of his privilege and title, not Harry. And everyone knows it. And it just makes me want to support the Sussexes even more. I can’t wait for the 40 million dollar Netflix deal. I can’t wait the critically a claimed documentary. I can’t wait for the Oscar. I can’t wait to see the Invictus Games grow large enough to rival the Paralympics. I can’t wait for Archewell to be mentioned in the same sentence as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. I can’t wait until the “royals” are completely in the Sussexes shadow. The day can’t come soon enough.

    • Chrissy says:

      Exactly. If the pandemic hadn’t happened, everything you mentioned above would be well under way and we wouldn’t have to sit through all the projection and lies from the BRF. Once H & M get going after the pandemic, their good works will completely overshadow all the BS coming from the UK. Let us keep the faith and watch the BRF eat crow. Who needs them!

    • Sarah says:


  15. Sid says:

    I’m rolling my eyes at QEII allegedly wanting some sort of sit-down summit between the men. Does she not realize that the inherent family structure she insists on maintaining means that the siblings’ relationship will likely never be repaired? Why should anyone accept that they and their family will forever be used as media scapegoats to make the heir and his family look better? Why should anyone have to accept that they need to do less charity work (!) in order not to outshine the heir’s work? When most people find the rules of their job and everything surrounding it untenable, they leave. Which is what Harry and Meghan did. Unless QEII and the rest of the royal circus are willing to remove the dysfunction, they need to let the Sussexes be.

  16. Mariane says:

    They keep digging deeper!! What happened to their claim that they wont respond???? Every new story from palace just makes them even more guilty

  17. UmCovid? says:

    Um. Me thinks a wee pandemic might trump any such royal demands? Ain’t no one goin’ nowhere cross-Atlantic. Can you imagine the wailing about that?? “Harry endangers the monarchy by defying pandemic lockdown! Meghan sent him to kill the family once and for all!”

  18. Appalachian says:

    William is a Mean Girl. He’s basically Regina George and no one can tell me otherwise. He cannot look like a good person on his own merit. But! if Harry and Meghan look bad then that is how he “looks good”. He is his father made over.

  19. Noki says:

    Omg that picture of William is terrible,looks like a bald Jude Law.

  20. Toot says:

    William is just a real POS. Harry didn’t author this book and it was in the works since at least last year.

    Harry has more than likely moved on since he didn’t want the year review and any resentment he may feel towards his “family” is justified.

  21. Lizzie says:

    Harry’s life looks pretty sweet to me. Where is the ‘struggle’? Harry is still a superstar and poor dull Will is still paying DM to write enbiggening articles about him and whatshername.

  22. Lemons says:

    What good press?

    This really shows that they are reading the tabloid and mainstream media sites in painstaking detail, receiving alerts every time Meghan and Harry are mentioned anywhere. From where we are all standing, there hasn’t been much good press outside of their charitable efforts. Now, it’s pretty obvious who is trying to counteract the few bits of positive press we see.

    But I’m sure that William and Kate’s circle of influence is getting much, much smaller. And they know that they aren’t IN with the elite crowd as Harry and Meghan are without being heads of state. That must hurt the courtiers and the Keen’s alike. Yes, William, you might be besties with Angela Kelly, but who cares when everyone in Hollywood (and across the globe) is dying to dress you, be friends with you, invite you to their parties AND work with you?

    • BayTampaBay says:

      Do Karen & Kevin actually have any friends?

      Charles & Diana had friends. Camilla has an ocean liner full of friends and needs a Viking River Cruise barge for the second tier, Charles & Camilla have friends and The Princess Royal has friends. Just exactly whom are the friends of Kevin & Karen Keen as they “phased-out” the Turnip Toffs, are not part of the London Set, do not hang with polo and hunting crowd of the Highgrove-Badminton- Gloucestershire Set and are too unintelligent to hang with the Chipping Norton Set.

      I hope some one has some info on this as I would really like to know.

      • Sofia says:

        There’s the van Cutsems who were based in Norfolk (actually lived in Anmer). The van Straubenzees are close. The Duke of Westminster aka the Grosvenors seem(s) close to them (the Cambridges have borrowed his private jet and both William and Harry have gone hunting on his Spanish estate). There are also William’s etonian friends. Then there’s the individuals: Sophie Snuggs, Natasha Rufus Isaacs, Sophie Carter, Emilie D’Erlanger, Guy Pelly, Tom Inskip aka Skippy etc.

      • Beach Dreams says:

        They do, but those friends are mostly members of the aristocracy. Of course those friends are also more William’s friends rather than Kate’s. I don’t believe they phased out the Turnip Toffs at all; in fact William was trying to shut down Kate’s demands, based on the initial stories. He knows how important it is to have these people in his corner. I think if anything, the Turnip Toffs probably view Kate with even more disdain thanks to the feud with Rose. They’ll still mingle with her because she’s a part of the RF, but clearly they don’t think much of her. The Tatler article disabused her of any misguided notions that she’s truly a part of their circle.

  23. Ginger says:

    I’m so sick of this narrative that William is so smart and perfect and Harry is some stupid screw up.

    Harry is clearly intelligent. He may have struggled in school but that doesn’t make him stupid. He just learns in a different way. People that have worked and served with him talk of how intelligent he is.

    Charles had to speak to St Andrews to make William stay because he was struggling so bad at school.

    If anyone is struggling it’s William.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      I think William struggled at St. Andrews because he was too lazy to get work and study the bare minimum necessary.

    • Eugh says:

      I thought it was clear Will is pretty dim too

    • Cari says:

      Harry is dyslexic and it wasn’t diagnosed until he was quite old so he didn’t get any support for it. That’s why he didn’t do well at school. He was however exceptional at flying helicopters and target shooting. When he was little Princess Anne said he could be a top equestrian if he was given the training.

    • February-Pisces says:

      Education is a one size fits all system that doesn’t cater to different types of learning. I hate the idea that because someone didn’t like school they are stupid. Most of the successful people in the world were rubbish at school. If you’re the classics ‘booksmart’ type of person you tend to see more in ‘black and white‘ or ‘yes/no’ ‘right/wrong’. Your very good at learning facts and large bodies of information. That kind of mentality is great for doctors or lawyers where you have to remember at lot of facts. But the thing about book smart people is that they aren’t the ones who build the world, it’s the ‘street smart’ people who are the CEOs. When your ‘street smart’ you see more ‘grey’. Nothing is ever right or wrong because you see possibilities in everything. ‘Street smart people are creative and see things differently, things that can’t be taught in school. They try things that haven’t been done before. Book smart people don’t, because they want to follow facts and logic rather than take risks. I always say only a street smart person would have invented the wheel, whilst a book smart person waits to be told how it works.

  24. MsIam says:

    If the queen had any power to demand that Harry do something, he would not have been able to leave the U.K. in the first place. So this is just another ridiculous US Weekly fairytale. Which I must admit that I flipped through while at the grocery store the other day and wow, it has really shrunk! More of a pamphlet than a magazine, lol. Anyway, the queen should focus on fixing her sons Andrew and Charles’ relationship if she is concerned about “family”. Or I guess even she sees that’s a lost cause.

  25. yinyang says:

    And I think WIlliam resents Harry’s hair, so they’re even.

  26. girl_ninja says:

    William is jealousy of Harry.

    Jealous that he found true love and didn’t settle.
    Jealous that he found freedom.


  27. girl_ninja says:

    William is jealousy of Harry.

    Jealous that he found true love and didn’t settle.
    Jealous that he found freedom.


  28. Priscila says:

    “William’s the voice of reason ”


    William, being bland, spoiled and self-centered is not the same as being the voice of reason!

    Again, their need to “win” in the USA is so real. They cannot let go- Bill, do yourself a favour, shut up, wait for your turn and maybe you will be King. You were born first and that is your greatest accomplishment.

  29. Beach Dreams says:

    Talk about projection city. Any resentment from Harry’s end is surely eclipsed by William’s own bitterness. His younger brother was able to walk out of the golden cage and live his own life. William has only recently started to become more comfortable with the idea of being a future king (gee I wonder why) and was pretty unenthusiastic about his lot in life for *years*. I’m sure he’s still bitter, because a truly content man would not operate the way he does.

  30. Jaded says:

    Who do the following traits remind you of?

    – A grandiose sense of self-importance
    – A preoccupation with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance and attractiveness
    – A belief that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by or should associate with similar high-status people and organizations
    – A need for excessive admiration
    – A sense of entitlement or unreasonable expectation of special treatment or extreme loyalty
    – A tendency to use others for their own needs or wants
    – A lack of empathy, or unwillingness/inability to recognize and honor the needs and feelings of others
    – Proneness to envy or having a belief that they are envied by others
    – A sense of arrogance shown in behaviors and/or attitudes

    This describes a classic narcissist.

    • Lady D says:

      The first sentence made me think of Trump, and each of the following only confirmed it:)

    • Nic919 says:

      Mary Trump spoke of the bubble that has protected her uncle all his life, and it exists because of the power and privilege he has has since birth. William was born in that same bubble, but even worse in that he was given privilege over others in his family due to birth order. He lorded over Harry and we can see now who has adjusted properly as an adult and who never did.

  31. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    As an aside, Meghan looks stunning in that green dress and there’s Kate in front of her thinking how she can copy that dress and how many buttons would be too many…

  32. Sarah says:

    “William thinks the book is their calculated way of controlling the narrative and that they took advantage of their entertainment contacts so they’d be painted in a favorable light,” the source says.

    What, the way the Do-littles do ALL THE TIME. Crazy projection going on here. How dare the Sussexes have anyone stand up for them and share their perspective on things?

  33. paddingtonjr says:

    Wow, me thinks PWT projects too much (if this story is true)! William can’t understand why Harry would be happy in a relationship based on love, mutual respect and common interests. If he wants to have any sort of relationship wih Harry, he needs to look at how he treated H&M and make the first move.

  34. Linda says:

    When the princes were growing up I always thought it would be Harry, not William that would be the bigger dink and screw around on his wife etc. Instead, it is Harry that is loyal and faithful and loving. William is too damaged from a dysfunctional childhood and, unlike Harry, can’t escape his legacy so easily. It must really frost him that he’s stuck with everything he didn’t want while Harry gets the prize wife and life.

    • Elizabeth says:

      Am I the only person who always thought Harry was better in every way, from childhood?

  35. aquarius64 says:

    Obviously House Cambridge took a reputational hit with Finding Freedom. I noticed William is not upset that Kate got her clock cleaned in that book. FF is Tatler 2.0.

    • Cari says:

      What does got her clock cleaned mean?

      • Feeshalori says:

        It means that Kate took a resounding thrashing with that article. Another way of putting it would be the article wiped the floor with her.

  36. KW says:

    um, does the queen care that none of her children are close? isn’t little chucky the first in line to the throne? why the hell would she care if these two aren’t talking? it’s been widely reported that Charles and Pedo don’t acknowledge each other in rooms or anywhere else so, her first priority should be her own children behaving and getting along. Is Kate guest editing this magazine? This narrative is brain numbing.

  37. Lainey says:

    Us is owned by American Media which is or was run by Trump fanboy David Pecker. I’m not making that up. He’s a mini Murdoch and extremely sketchy.

  38. jbyrdku says:

    I couldn’t stay with someone that like that. The second he started discussing our children publicly like that, manic episode or not, I’d file for divorce and primary custody.

  39. boobra says:

    i always thought the brothers would stick together considering what they went through during their parents’ divorce and Diana’s subsequent death. it’s sad that they have lost that warm familial bond their mother strove to ensure they always maintained inspite of being part of such a rigid Royal family. instead they appear to have let themselves become fodder for the same tabloid vultures and courtiers that sought to pick apart and harass Diana all the way to the end of her days.

  40. blunt talker says:

    The above poster-Lainey stated the obvious-who owns these publications shows their true intentions. Lapdogs for the right wing media. Think of all the publications Murdock owns-daily mail, new life, etc. All right wing hitters and shitters.

  41. Robert says:

    Okay, I’m going to put this out there one more time. The Queen dies. Charles becomes King. The british public figures out how boring and unneeded the Royal family is. The monarchy goes away and William & Kate are probably banished somewhere. And Harry and Megan live happily ever after.