PRINCE Harry was left feeling “lonely” and “bitter” after Prince William and Kate Middleton moved away to Amner Hall in Norfolk, according to a royal biographer.
The young royal is said to have “felt like he lost his partners in crime”, when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge moved so Prince William could start working as search and rescue pilot.
Prince Harry felt ‘lonely’ and ‘bitter’ when Kate Middleton and Prince William moved to Anmer Hall in Norfolk in 2014[/caption]
Royal author Katie Nicholls said in her 2017 biographer Harry: Life, Loss and Love, that Prince Harry missed his older brother and Kate as they set up home in the country.
Anmer Hall was given to the couple by the Queen as a wedding present, and it is located near Her Majesty’s Sandringham Estate, where the royal family spend Christmas every year.
The young couple moved into the rural lodging so Prince William could join the Norfolk Air Ambulance in 2014.
Katie wrote: “To Harry, it must have felt like he was losing everything.
Anmer Hall was given to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as a wedding present after their 2011 wedding[/caption]
The trio were said to be very close and Prince Harry had a sweet bond with Kate[/caption]
“At the time, Harry was living in Nottingham Cottage, William and Kate’s former starter home at Kensington Palace.
“Before Prince George’s birth, the trio had lived across the courtyard from each other and Harry was often at Nott Cott, as it was affectionately known.”
Katie said that Prince Harry and Kate Middleton had a sweet bond after she joined the family.
The royal author continued: “[Harry] had become very close to Kate, who helped to fill some of the emotional void in his life.
“Harry felt detached, lonely, and ‘rudderless’, and according to a friend he dreaded Sunday nights.”
The young couple moved into the rural lodging so Prince William could join the Norfolk Air Ambulance[/caption]
A friend told Katie: “Harry would often suffer really bad spells of loneliness. He was prone to bouts of feeling very low.
“He felt he had lost his partners in crime, especially William.
“He was happy that his brother was married and had a family, of course, but he missed their friendship and at points he was very, very bitter about it.
“He’d say ‘William’s got so boring,’ when in fact William was living the life I think Harry wanted for himself.
“I think he was worried he was going to be left on the shelf. He told me he hated being alone, especially on Sunday nights.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon leave Kensington Palace, where both couples now live, for Frogmore Cottage in Windsor[/caption]
Prince William and Kate Middleton moved back to Kensington Palace in 2017, and the three royals have been reunited for the past few years.
However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will soon leave for Frogmore Cottage to prepare for the arrival of their baby in spring.
It has been alleged Prince William and Prince Harry have “become different people” over the years and “no longer rely on each other”, according to a palace insider.
The source claims that the brothers depended on each other following the death of Princess Diana, but they now have “different outlooks on life.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving to Frogmore Cottage to prepare for the arrival of their baby in spring[/caption]
The Sunday Times revealed how the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex are set to split their household in the next few weeks after a decade of working together.
A source close to them told the publication: “The brothers have leant on each other and looked after each other since their mother died.
“But now they have their own families, they no longer rely on each other as before. They have become different people with different outlooks on life.”
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