Prince Harry’s William jealousy started with sausage: Insider

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that is very detailed account of his own, confessed, fierce jealousy of his brother, As detailed in his memoir sparewould be an easy claim to dismiss.

But this is not normal. prince harry At one stage, in his book, his brother had a nicer bedroom than he did, with a “cabinet with mirrored doors” (not top of most 12-year-old wish lists). Harry claims that William was jealous of getting more sausages. Breakfast must be given serious credit than he was when they were children.

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The suggestion that pork products contributed to Harry’s childhood trauma was made by Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell.

Burrell told British tabloids: Sun Harry objected.

Their nanny responded, Burrell said. Someday he will be king. ”

Burrell said:

of Sun headlined its story “Bangers and Clash” and riffed on slang for the famous British comfort food dish of sausages (bangers) and mashed potatoes.

In his book, Harry’s description of William’s superior room foreshadows a later scene that contrasts his and Meghan’s living quarters as shabby compared to William and Kate’s palace residence. , while William and Kate have three children, he and Meghan just got married and £2.4m (about $3m) of taxpayer money is being spent to renovate another house for him and Meghan. I have neglected to mention what is spent on

Burrell, Diana’s closest servant, worked for her from 1987 until her death in 1997.

He was famously called “my rock” by the princess.

Burrell said it was “difficult” for Harry to live up to “the standards set by William.”

He said: “William is smarter than Harry and will be king one day. How can you go against that?”

Burrell, who wrote the book about Diana, could be accused of lack of fairness and having an ax with Harry because he was singled out for attack in Harry’s book. caused his “blood to boil”, dismissing it as “saying everything he never really said”. It was a version of what happened. ”

Harry’s criticism of Burrell’s book spare.

Burrell said Harry’s book was “sad and stupid” and reiterated the claim that the Queen was “shaken months before she died” by the accusations made by Harry.

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