A royal commentator has claimed that the royal member who misses Prince Harry the most since he crossed over the pond is his nephew Prince George.
Harry and wife Meghan Markle moved to Montecito in California, US, last year after stepping back as senior royals.
The Duke of Sussex's relationship with the rest of the royals – including his brother Prince William – has supposedly deteriorated and he admitted that the siblings were on "different paths" during his interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Now, with no immediate return to the UK booked in for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, royal commentator Neil Sean claimed the distance has proven difficult for one young member of the Royal Family.
“According to a very good source, there is one member that truly does miss Prince Harry,” he explained on his YouTube channel.
“Apparently the person that does miss Prince Harry is none other than the budding Prince, Prince George.
“According to a very good source, Prince George and Prince Harry used to be very close."
Neil claimed any immediate reunion with his family is unlikely, given he is currently producing a tell-all memoir set for release next year.
“But it does seem such a shame if this story is allegedly true, because there’s clearly lots of people still over here that miss the fun and frivolity that he was as an uncle,” he continued.
“And it does appear that Prince George is certainly still one of his number one fans.
“If Harry and Meghan do decide to return to the United Kingdom, that will make Prince George very happy.
“But I can’t really see this relationship being put back together anytime soon, given the ongoing fractious relationship between Prince William, Prince Harry and let’s not forget, the Duchess of Cambridge, who are finding it very hard to forgive, forget and more importantly, move on from that diabolical Oprah Winfrey interview.”
With the festive season approaching, thoughts are beginning to turn to the contents of the Queen’s Christmas message.
In an earlier video on his channel, Neil claimed that after a supposedly difficult year, the monarch will largely avoid touching on “family troubles” that have reportedly beset the royal institution over the last year.
To get more royal stories from Daily Star delivered straight to your inbox sign up to one of our free newsletters here .
Source: Read Full Article