She claimed that the Duke of Cambridge does not feel trapped in the Firm and is “modelling himself on his grandmother”.
Speaking to the Sun, Ms Junor said Harry is “absolutely wrong” and she does not think William “feels trapped at all”.
The royal expert said: “I think [William] absolutely gets what his destiny is and he is embracing it.
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Harry also spoke extensively about his struggles with mental health in the Apple TV series, The Me You Can’t See, with co-presenter Oprah.
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Harry described how he and Meghan Markle felt “completely helpless” as royals, alleging they were met with “total silence or total neglect” whenever they asked for help.
While Meghan and Harry were serving as royals, the Duke told Oprah about how they were subjected to massive amounts of social media harassment that left them feeling “completely helpless”.
“Every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, to stop just got met with total silence or total neglect,” he told Oprah, referring to his attempts to get assistance from his family with the attacks levelled at the Sussexes online.
He said: “We spent four years trying to make it work. We did everything that we possibly could to stay there and carry on doing the role and doing the job.”
A royal source told the Sun that future King William has had a “renewed sense of purpose” amid the Royal Family drama.
They said: “The pandemic, coupled with what Harry is doing, has actually given William a renewed sense of purpose.
“He can now really see the difference between being a celebrity and leading a life of proper public service.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK