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Prince William: this very harsh character trait he shares with Elizabeth II

As the future king, Prince William is said to have inherited a character trait from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. In any case, that’s what Robert Lacey, a royal expert who knows the British royal family very well, claims. It would seem that the Duke of Cambridge has become ruthless, just like his grandmother, the Queen of England. A certain cruelty that both would feel towards Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Robert Lacey said: “In the end, we see cruelty on the part of the Queen, over her total refusal to let the Sussex couple use the word ‘royal’ for their news. mark, and we see the same cruelty in William. ”reports L’Express. Because yes, last February, Queen Elizabeth II firmly prohibited Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from using the words “royal” and “Sussex Royal” for their non-profit organization, following their departure from the crown. A decision that they had not really liked, we learned shortly after.

Prince William’s concern

The royalty expert added that Prince William was very worried about how quickly his younger brother and the American actress got closer, and got it right, Entertainment Daily reports. Kate Middleton’s husband was reportedly surprised to see Prince Harry marry Meghan Markle in May 2018, less than two years after meeting her. It is not the first time that the British press evokes the concern of Prince William, in front of the speed of the marriage of his little brother. A concern such that the Duke of Cambridge had even asked for help from an outside person in order to reason with his brother. Which had not pleased him at all.

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