PRINCE HARRY and his brother Prince William both have regrets about their disagreements, a royal expert has claimed. The two brothers have grown increasingly apart over the past two years, following Prince Harry’s decision to step down from senior royal duties in 2020. Duncan Larcombe – author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story said that Prince William “cannot just forget” about the feud.
He said: “It’s very clear to those that know William that the rift with his brother is not something that he can just forget about. “It’s very much, as you can imagine, a constant strain. It is for Harry as well, they’re both as stubborn as mules”.
“Everything else seems to be going right for William at this time, he’s riding the crest of a wave in most aspects of his life, but sadly he has the absence of Prince Harry, his brother in his life.”
Prince William ‘displeased’ about upcoming BBC drama
The BBC confirmed that the roles of Prince Charles and Princess Diana are “not speaking roles” and a “briefly seen” in its upcoming drama “The Reckoning”
The show will explore the crimes of Jimmy Savile, featuring Princess Diana, portrayed by Kate Tickle, meeting him, recreating the moment at the 1983 opening of the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
It comes amid reports that Prince William is “particularly displeased” about the show.
A source said: “Prince William would have preferred not to see his mother feature alongside this vile monster at all.
“Although Diana was one of the important people who Savile ingratiated himself with, there were many others whose influence played a greater part in him getting access to young people and hiding in plain sight.”
Responding to the comments a BBC spokesperson said: “Prince Charles and Princess Diana do not have speaking roles but are seen briefly in a scene that reflects their presence at the official opening of the new Spinal Injuries Unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital – where it later emerged that Savile had committed horrific abuse.”