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Despite Harry’s attack against his father and the Firm, one expert has claimed William has been able to carve out a new role for himself within the Royal Family. Indeed, while his brother claims he was neglected as a child, William has been allowed to throw himself into public service. One royal source claimed the feud has finally shown William the difference between himself and “being a celebrity”. 

The told The Sun: “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.

“In times of crisis the royals provide the public with reassurance, which isn’t something celebrities can do.”

Harry has previously claimed William and Charles have become trapped within the institution. 

Harry, however, has been able to free himself of the institution and carve out his own life, the Duke of Sussex claimed. 

In spite of Harry’s claims, one royal expert insisted William was not trapped within the royal institution. 

Instead, William was modelling himself on his grandmother and refuses to be drawn into a public feud. 

Royal expert and author, Penny Junor said: “Harry is absolutely wrong. I don’t think William feels trapped at all.

“I think he absolutely gets what his destiny is and he is embracing it. He is modelling himself on his grandmother the Queen.”

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7.25am update: Prince Harry’s attacks backfire and William benefits

Prince Harry’s attacks against the Royal Family have backfired and instead, have allowed his brother to carve out his own role within the Firm.

Not only has William carved out his own role but the Duke of Cambridge has also been shown the difference between public service and celebrity, a royal source has claimed. 

The source told The Sun: “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.

“In times of crisis the royals provide the public with reassurance, which isn’t something celebrities can do.”

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