For the British monarchy, Prince William and Harry could lead a separate life.
The siblings made headlines on Sunday after they were noticeably distanced during the service. Witnesses claim William (36) and Harry (34) had spoken outside the St. George's Chapel in Windsor, neither before nor after the church.
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Harry and his wife, Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, has recently left Kensington Palace to visit Frogmore Cottage, her new home on Queen Elizabeth II's Windsor Estate. The move, which will separate the couple from William and his wife, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, coincides with the arrival of their firstborn this spring.
37-year-old Markle, who is on maternity leave for royal duties, did not attend the services.
The feud between the brothers is said to have begun when William expressed concern over the speed of Harry and Markle
The Sunday Times also reported that Markle and Harry may be working abroad, possibly in Africa, while William concentrates on becoming the future King of England.
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"I talked to a contact who knows the brothers since they were little. He says the relationship is likely to become stronger through living in separate homes, through separate households, "said Royal Expert Katie Nicholl to Fox News.
Nicholl, Royal Vanity Fair correspondent, recently released" Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love, "which takes a close look at the couple and how their high-profile romance changes the monarchy forever, including interviews with friends close to the couple, those who have worked with Harry, and palace staff.
Nicholl said Harry always intended to develop his own identity within the royal palace, rather than just being recognized as a "spare part."
"I think it would always be a case where Harry despaired when he finally married. With Meghan, he found a strong, confident, capable woman, "Nicholl explained. "And I think the relationship with the brothers is likely to improve as both have more room."
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] Nicholl admitted that "challenges" have influenced the relationship between William and Harry and that it "does not deny that there is tension". Therefore, the royal procession will benefit everyone – especially Harry.
"Harry will have more freedom, Harry will have the ability to break out alone," Nicholl said. "Remember that it is not easy to be a spare part. Harry did not undo any role and determined for him as William does as future King. And so Harry had to find that role for himself. I think he has done a remarkable job, and he has always had the support of his brother. While William and Harry may not maintain the same close relationship they had once shared, especially after losing their mother, Princess Diana of Wales. At such a young age, Nicholl insisted that William always keep Harry awake.
will support his way.
"William has always been very supportive of Harry," Nicholl said. "I remember going to Lesotho in South Africa in 2010, just to see Harry's charity, Sentebale, and his work there. He took William with him to show him the incredible work at first hand. I remember being touched by how warm the relationship between the brothers was, but also how proud William was of Harry. "
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" William is very proud of his younger brother, Nicholl continued. "… Harry has always had the support of his brother, certainly privately … William has always been very much in favor of supporting his brother."
And it looks as if the palace will endeavor to give Harry his own identity produces.
The Sunday Times reported that courtiers had devised plans to give the couple an important international job that would allow them to relocate after their arrival abroad. The report claims that Harry's advisors are working on a "tailor-made" role for the royal "rock stars" they will most likely end up in Africa. The surprising appearance will unite some work on behalf of the Commonwealth as well as charity work and a role that promotes Britain.
The publication published in the United Kingdom, which shared the plan, was drafted by Sir David Manning, former United States Ambassador to the United States and Special Adviser on Constitutional Issues and International Affairs of Harry and his older brother Prince William.
Lord Geidt, the former private secretary to Queen Elizabeth, is also allegedly involved in the discussions. He chairs the 93-year-old Monarch's Commonwealth Trust, an organization dedicated to young global leaders. Harry and Markle act as President and Vice President.
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According to the Sunday Times, the pair would give the couple a chance to escape the divisions that have shaken the royal household in recent months while using their worldwide call for Britain ". Harry also has close ties to several African countries and has visited the continent since his youth.
In 2006, he helped found Sentebale, an organization that aims to work with HIV / AIDS-affected youth. It was set up to honor his mother, Princess Diana. Since then, Harry has traveled extensively to review the charity's work and organize fundraisers to support them.
"I have this love of Africa that will never go away," Prince Harry told ITV in 2016 about his work with Sentebale. "And I hope it will continue with my children."