The Duke of Sussex’s former biographer, Angela Levin, apparently made a warning to the royals in a bid to keep George from walking down a similar fate to Harry’s.
“Kate and William are there to help him [George],” Levin told OK magazine. “But he needs to be kept away from Harry’s negative influence.”
“George doesn’t have a dysfunctional family, unlike William and Harry growing up, so he should fare better. Kate and William are there to help him. But he needs to be kept away from Harry’s negative influence,” she added.
Detailed in “Spare”m Harry details evidence of his experience growing up in the palace, and his fears about Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis growing up as “spares” to George.
“I still feel a responsibility knowing that out of those three children, at least one will end up like me, the spare. And that hurts, that worries me,” he wrote in his book.
Levin’s comments are similar to Tom Bower, who suggested George would not be any wiser than the relationship with his parents and uncle.
“Kate was the peacemaker between the brothers at the late Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral [in 2021], but after the release of Harry’s book and the Sussexes’ documentary, that’s all over. I really don’t think Kate wants to see Harry again.
“Of course Prince George will be oblivious to all this — Harry will simply be forever marginalized in his memory.”
According to reports, King Charles is believed to be the only senior member of the royal family who remains in contact with Harry and Meghan Markle.
Yet, due to the “Spare” memoir, the relationship has become strained. Several stories have also come out as of late claiming that the family is leaking stories to the press and mistreating Meghan Markle.