William is more popular, according to Harry’s own biographer. ‘No one wants to be lectured!’
Angela Levin, Prince Harry’s royal biographer, explained to GB News why Prince William appears to be more popular with the British public than his brother.
People are turning away from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, according to royal analyst Angela Levin. Ms Levin, a biographer of Harry, told the pair that “no one likes to be lectured.” Prince William and Kate Middleton, she claimed, were “more relatable” to the British population.
“I think people are becoming a little tired of what Harry and Meghan seem to do all the time, which is lecture people on how to live their lives,” Mercy Muroki, anchor of GB News, said.
“Whether it’s on racism, women’s rights, or the environment, they want to be social influencers.
“William and Kate, on the other hand, have recently come into their own.
“Based on how they present themselves, you’d assume Harry and Meghan would be the most relatable.”
“However, I’ve discovered over the last few of years that William and Kate are the two you would most feel comfortable conversing with out on the street,” she continued.
“You don’t want to be told what to do as a young person,” Ms Levin said.
“You don’t want to be instructed how to live your life,” she says.
“I believe many young people will believe, ‘Don’t tell me what to do.’
“William and Kate, on the other hand, are really enthusiastic about it. They do it in a very natural manner.
“Compared to Harry and Meghan, it appears to be a much happier method of facing the public.”
It was announced earlier today that Harry and Meghan intend to have their newest child Lilibet baptised in front of the Queen at Windsor.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who live in California, were keen to travel to the UK to christen their youngest daughter in the same church as son Archie, according to a royal source.
If Meghan returns to the UK, it will be the first time she has done so since 2019.
“Harry told several people that they want to have Lili baptized at Windsor, much like her brother,” a royal source told the Daily Mail.
“They are content to wait until the situation permits.”
Last month, Harry and Meghan announced the birth of their baby, naming her after the Queen.