Royal biographer Angela Levin pushed back against the suggestion that Harry was viewed or treated like a spare when he was still a working royal. She told GB News’ host Nana Akua: “He wasn’t treated like a spare. He was incredibly popular, the most popular next to the Queen.
“Because he was mischievous because he was fun. He was very lively. “William’s got a much harder life because it is so demanding to be a King and to be an heir.”
The royal author said: “He has got what he wanted. He has got freedom as much as he likes, he has got a woman he absolutely adores, and he has got children.