“Why did William get three hot dogs?” Prince Harry felt left out even as a child
Paul Burrell, former butler to Princess Diana, reveals Prince Harry had to cut back on his role as a child. It all started at breakfast with his brother, William.
LONDON – At least since the publication of Prince Harry’s biography “Reserve” (“Spear”) it is clear: Prince Harry (38) From childhood he suffered from the feeling of a “substitute” for his brother William (40). Apparently, he felt “only” the second son of Charles (74) and Diana (36, 1997), and was already infused with breakfast milk.
‘William needs it more than you’: Prince Harry was left behind early on
Paul Burrell, 64, worked as a butler for Princess Diana and Prince Charles from 1987. After their separation in 1992, Burrell continued to work for Diana and her sons William and Harry. In an interview with the sun Now Burrell reveals that Prince Harry felt inferior early on.
“Once I saw the nanny give William three sausages for breakfast, and Harry two,” Paul Burrell recalled. And Harry looked at his plate and said, How come he gets three when I only get two? The governess then replies, “William needs that more than you. He will be king one day.” This questionable justification did not leave Prince Harry unscathed, even if he accepted the excommunication. “Harry shut up and resigned himself to it, but he had to deal with it, even in his house.”
Who is Paul Burrell?
From 1976 to 1987 Paul Burrell was in the service of Queen Elizabeth II (96, 2022), after which he served as butler to Charles and Diana. Burrell continued to work as a butler to the Princess of Wales after the royal couple’s separation. After Diana’s death in 1997, he worked on the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. Theft charges brought by Princess Diana’s family made headlines, but the case was dropped in 2002. Burrell is the author of In My Queen’s Service and Time With Her, which explores his close relationship with Diana. In 2004, Burrell came in second place on the British reality show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! , which is the equivalent of “I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here!”.
‘He had to be a clown, he had to get attention’: This is how Prince Harry fought for attention
Doubt Paul Burrell in an interview with the sunIncidents of this kind constantly conveyed to Prince Harry that he was playing second fiddle to his older brother, Prince William, in the family. Looking back, Burrell understands what drove Harry to his scandalous biopic filled with explosive revelations about the royal family. However, Princess Diana did not treat Harry as a “substitute” for William. “They were completely equal in the eyes of their mothers,” Burrell says. “The princess was fascinated by them.”
Prince Harry has tried to draw attention to himself before. “It had to be the clown, and to stand out,” Paul Burrell recalled. “Many times I could hear the princess calling across the room, ‘Shhhh, Harry, shut up.'” And I have also heard these words in the past few days. Harry must be calm, he must hold his breath.” Prince Harry wrote his frustrations out on his soul in his diary, Now He worries that William’s children Charlotte (7) and Louis (4) will end up like him. Sources used: thesun.co.uk