HARRY is ‘not the prince we know and love’ anymore according to his biographer.
Penny Junor, author of Prince Harry: Brother, Solider, Son, Husband, also said that there was “clearly something awry” between the Sussexes and the Cambridges following reports of a rift between the so-called Fab Four.
Writing in the Daily Mail, Penny says that there appears to be a difference in the way that Harry and William now interact.
She explains: “William and Harry were once so close: friends, allies, brothers, always teasing; so obviously happy in each other’s company.
“Kate seemed to fit into the relationship seamlessly. They had each other’s backs and there was every expectation they always would have.”
The royal author said it would be “nothing short of a tragedy” if the relationship between Diana’s two sons became irreparable.
She adds: “Things have soured in the last year and many of us feel this is not the behaviour of the Harry we know and love.”
Rumours of a royal rift have been circulating since it was announced Meghan, 37, and Prince Harry, 34, were to split royal households with Prince William, 37, and Kate Middleton, 37.
The rift rumours were sparked after a source claimed that Meghan had made Kate cry during Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaids fitting last year.
These were further stoked when Kensington Palace confirmed that Harry and Meghan Markle were moving to Windsor.
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And earlier this month it was reported that Kate and William were deliberately “delaying their trip to Balmoral” to avoid seeing Meghan and Harry.
In other royal news, we revealed that Harry and Meghan “will go to his ex Cressida Bonas’ wedding” because they’re “still good friends despite the history.”