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Burrell, who appeared on Good Morning Britain, revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a & # 39; different trajectory & # 39; then follow those from Sussex, with Prince William & # 39; to the boardroom & # 39; and Prince Harry & # 39; to the factory floor & # 39;

The former butler of Princess Diana, Paul Burrell, has highlighted the different directions that Prince William and Harry are going – after the Duke of Sussex refused to deny that there was a gap between the previously inseparable brothers.

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Burrell appeared on Good Morning Britain and revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a & # 39; different trajectory & # 39; then follow that from Sussex, with Prince William & # 39; to the boardroom & # 39; and Prince Harry & # 39; to the factory floor & # 39 ;.

Burrell gave a revealing insight into the royal dynamics and said: & William and Kate are following a different path – they are going to the boardroom, it has already been mapped.

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Burrell, who appeared on Good Morning Britain, revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a & # 39; different trajectory & # 39; then follow those from Sussex, with Prince William & # 39; to the boardroom & # 39; and Prince Harry & # 39; to the factory floor & # 39;

Burrell, who appeared on Good Morning Britain, revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a & # 39; different trajectory & # 39; then follow those from Sussex, with Prince William & # 39; to the boardroom & # 39; and Prince Harry & # 39; to the factory floor & # 39;

& # 39; While Harry and Meghan are on their way to the factory floor – they are there to & # 39; to help the people & # 39; & # 39;

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Burrell, acting as a confidant of Princess Diana, discussed the impact of his mother's death on Harry at a young age and explained the prince's cautious attitude to the media.

& # 39; When you said that Harry lost his mother at such a young age, that & # 39; n had an impact on him.

& # 39; I saw him back then, I knew him, he was devastated and it was just awful to walk behind his mother's coffin for the world.

& # 39; And that has a great impact on him. & # 39;

He added: & # 39; He does feel that the media haunted her until her death, I was with her then. & # 39;

Burrell also expressed his fear that Harry and Meghan would leave Britain to escape the media glare. & # 39; I think we're on a sticky wicket, but we don't want to lose them – I love them. & # 39;

Burrell gave a revealing insight into the royal dynamics and said: & # 39; William and Kate are following a different path - they are going to the boardroom, it has already been mapped & # 39;

Burrell gave a revealing insight into the royal dynamics and said: & # 39; William and Kate are following a different path - they are going to the boardroom, it has already been mapped & # 39;

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Burrell gave a revealing insight into the royal dynamics and said: & # 39; William and Kate are following a different path – they are going to the boardroom, it has already been mapped & # 39;

Burrell, acting as a confidant of Princess Diana, discussed the impact his mother's death had on Harry at such a young age. & # 39; When you said that Harry lost his mother at such a young age, that & # 39; n had an impact on him. I saw him then, I knew him, he was devastated by it & # 39;

Burrell, acting as a confidant of Princess Diana, discussed the impact his mother's death had on Harry at such a young age. & # 39; When you said that Harry lost his mother at such a young age, that & # 39; n had an impact on him. I saw him then, I knew him, he was devastated by it & # 39;

Burrell, acting as a confidant of Princess Diana, discussed the impact his mother's death had on Harry at such a young age. & # 39; When you said that Harry lost his mother at such a young age, that & # 39; n had an impact on him. I saw him then, I knew him, he was devastated by it & # 39;

Viscountess Hinchingbrooke Julie Montagu, an American like Meghan who married the British aristocracy in 2005, also appeared.

& # 39; My heart goes out to Meghan, & # 39; she said and admitted that she had had problems immersing herself in British royal culture.

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She added: & # 39; Yes, we speak the same language, but we have completely different cultures, & # 39; she continued, explaining that sometimes she still feels out of place compared to those born in the higher regions of British high society.

& # 39; At the end of the day, Harry lost his mother at the age of 11 and now he feels he is protecting his wife and family, & # 39; she went on, defending Harry & # 39; s anger and caution toward the media.

Viscountess Hinchingbrooke Julie Montagu, an American like Meghan, who married in the British aristocracy in 2005, also appeared. & # 39; My heart goes out to Meghan & # 39 ;, she said, and admitted that she herself had had difficulties immersing herself in British royal culture.

Viscountess Hinchingbrooke Julie Montagu, an American like Meghan, who married in the British aristocracy in 2005, also appeared. & # 39; My heart goes out to Meghan & # 39 ;, she said, and admitted that she herself had had difficulties immersing herself in British royal culture.

Viscountess Hinchingbrooke Julie Montagu, an American like Meghan, who married in the British aristocracy in 2005, also appeared.

The discussion came after a candid ITV interview in which the Duke of Sussex acknowledged that there had been deeper tensions between him and William, after months of speculation about the state of the brothers' relationship.

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He made the comments in a TV documentary broadcast last night, where he also attacked the press because of the public investigation he and his wife Meghan Markle experienced.

Palace assistants had repeatedly denied reports of a gap between the Sussexes and the Cambridges, which once appeared as & # 39; Fab Four & # 39; of the royal family was defended.

Prince Harry refused to deny the reports of a gap between him and brother William in a candid interview

Prince Harry refused to deny the reports of a gap between him and brother William in a candid interview

Prince Harry refused to deny the reports of a gap between him and brother William in a candid interview

But asked how much of the speculation was true for an ITV documentary that was broadcast last night, Harry emphatically refused to deny a fight.

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The 35-year-old laughed initially in answer to the question and then added: & part of this role, part of this job and the fact that this family is under pressure, happens inevitably.

& # 39; But look, we are brothers, we will always be brothers. We are certainly on different paths right now, but I will always be there for him and, as I know, he will always be there for me. & # 39;

He added: & # 39; We don't see as much as before because we are so busy, but I love him very much and most things are made out of nothing.

& # 39; As brothers, you have good days, you have bad days. & # 39;

Harry & # 39; s comments came during an emotional interview with ITV presenter Tom Bradby – an old prince friend.

Bradby & # 39; s hour-long documentary, & # 39; Harry & Meghan: An African Journey & # 39 ;, followed the royal couple during their official tour of Africa last month. & # 39;

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