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Prince Harry ‘wanted to marry almost every girl he fell in love with’, says biographer

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The Duke of Sussex had a very different experience than his brother growing up which made dating much more difficult. Royal Biographer, Ingrid Seward, said that while Prince William was “strictly off-limits to the media” during his time at university, Prince Harry had to “run the gauntlet of the intense public interest his love life generated.”

“In a way, Harry was the opposite of his brother,” Ms Seward told The Sun.

“He wore his heart on his sleeve and wanted to marry almost every girl he fell in love with, while William was more concerned about being able to give commitment.”

During his time at St Andrews University, the media agreed with Buckingham Palace to leave the Duke of Cambridge in peace.

It was there that William met and fell in love with his now wife, Kate Middleton, but, according to Prince Harry’s best man speech for his brother, at the time of the meeting, William “didn’t have a romantic bone in his body”.

Dr Brian Lang, former vice chancellor at the university, said: “We gave them four years in which they could find themselves and find one another.

“Four years in which they could get to know one another, free of intrusion, glare and publicity.”

By contrast, Prince Harry was not afforded the same luxury and became angered by the constant intrusion.

Ms Seward continued: “When he took girls out, he was so paranoid about being seen that he would make them sit in the back of the Range Rover under a blanket en route to the restaurant.”

The media attention was so virulent that Harry’s previous lover, Chelsy Davy, told the Times she “couldn’t cope” with the scrutiny.

Another of Harry’s old flames, Cressida Bonas, reportedly also had the same issue. Ms Seward said Cressida “just couldn’t take it. She just thought ‘why are they getting at me’.”

The Duke of Sussex was quick to fall for Meghan Markle, saying he knew she was “special” from the second date.

Speaking to James Corden about the relationship earlier this year, Prince Harry said: “We went from zero to 60 in the first two months.

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“Rather than going to friends’ houses or out for dinner where there were other distractions [we had] no distractions. It was great.”

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