Kate’s Entry Changed Everything: Prince Harry’s Regret Over Lost Bond with William

The dynamics between Prince Harry and Prince William shifted significantly with the arrival of Kate Middleton into the royal fold, according to expert Tina Brown.

In her book “The Palace Papers,” Brown sheds light on the once-close bond between the brothers and how it changed after Kate’s entry.

Before Kate entered the picture, Harry and William were “incredibly close,” sharing a strong bond while living next door to each other at Kensington Palace.

They hung out frequently and seemed inseparable. However, as Kate became a prominent figure in William’s life, Harry felt lost and regret over their once-tight connection.

According to Brown, Harry mourned the loss of their “us-against-the-world” bond and felt displaced by the close-knit family unit that William and Kate had formed.

He struggled to understand William’s deep attachment to his in-laws and felt bored and disconnected from Bucklebury, Kate’s family home.

As William and Kate’s relationship blossomed, they formed a tight unit. William embraced his royal role wholeheartedly, becoming what Brown calls a “full-on Windsor country bumpkin.”

2011 William and Kate tied the knot, officially becoming the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. They have since welcomed three children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—further solidifying their family unit.

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