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Harry’s own biographer explains why William is more popular ‘No-one likes being lectured!’

Harry and Meghan 'don't like being told what to do' says Levin

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Royal expert Angela Levin told GB News that people are turning away from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Ms Levin, who wrote a biography of Harry, warned the couple that “no-one likes being lectured”. She said that Prince William and Kate Middleton were “more relatable” to the British public.

GB News host Mercy Muroki said: “I think people are getting a bit fed up of what Harry and Meghan seem to do very often, which is lecturing people on how to live their life.

“They want to be social influencers, whether that is on race, women’s rights or the environment.

“On the other hand, William and Kate are really coming into their own recently.

“You would think Harry and Meghan would be the more relatable ones because that’s how they present themselves.”

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She added: “But I’ve found over the last couple of years, it is William and Kate who are the two you would most feel more comfortable chatting to out on the street.”

Ms Levin responded: “You don’t want to be told what to do as a young person.

“You don’t want to be told how you should live your life.

“I think a lot of young people will think ‘don’t tell me what to do’.

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“Whereas William and Kate are very warm about it. They do it very naturally.

“It seems to be a much happier way of approaching the public, compared to Harry and Meghan.”

Earlier today it was reported that Harry and Meghan plan to have their newest child Lilibet christened at Windsor in front of the Queen.

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A royal source revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who live in California, were keen to return to the UK to christen their youngest daughter in the same place as son Archie

If this goes ahead, it would be the first time Meghan has returned to the UK since 2019.

According to the Daily Mail, a royal source explained: “Harry told several people that they want to have Lili christened at Windsor, just like her brother.

“They are happy to wait until circumstances allow.”

Harry and Meghan announced their daughter’s birth last month, saying that she was named after the Queen.

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