‘Smug’ Harry is ‘losing battle of royal brothers and repeating Diana’s mistakes’

Popular Prince William is winning the silent battle of the royal brothers while Harry is falling into the same traps as mum Diana, a royal commentator has claimed.

This Morning pundit Camilla Tominey says the British public has supported the Royal Family as Prince Harry has thrown "grenades" in the direction of The Firm.

Writing for the Telegraph, she said of Harry and Meghan: "Their bid to seek 'financial independence' in California has cast them completely in the shade in the minds of the majority of Brits, many of whom would prefer it if they disappeared from view altogether.

"The more they have accused the 'racist' royal family of 'total neglect', the more they have succeeded in encouraging the British public to throw their support behind the institution."

She slammed Harry's recent interviews, saying it shows Harry has not learned from Diana's experiences.

She added: "By continuing to stoke the flames of publicity with his smug, self-pitying and at times, spiteful rhetoric, Harry shows he has actually learned nothing from his mother’s experience."

Tominey said that Harry, like Diana, was airing "dirty linen" on TV and was "out for vengeance" whereas according to the royal commentator, Wills had inherited his mum's best traits of serving others rather than himself.

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In his recent interview in The Me You Can't See, Harry said: "I always wanted to be normal. As opposed to being Prince Harry, just being Harry. It was a puzzling life.

"When my mum was taken away from me at the age of 12, just before my 13th birthday. I didn't want the life.

"Sharing the grief of my mother's death with the world.

"For me the thing I remember the most is the sound of horses' hooves going along the pavement, along the Mall, the red brick road.

"By this point both of us (Harry and Prince William) were in shock.

"It was like I was outside of my body and just walking along, doing what was expected of me.

"Showing one-tenth of the emotion that everyone else was showing, thinking 'this is my mum, you never even met her'."

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