Siblings don't always get along. The best of friends or the worst of enemies? If you have siblings, you'll know that your brother or sister can be both the closest and most distant person in your life. When the pressure of a family breakup is added to the mix and the additional strain that comes from life in the public eye is included, there's every chance that Prince William and Prince Harry have engaged in a few fights from time to time.
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Being a member of the British Royal Family must be hard. There's so much attention on them from the world's press but growing up knowing you will be king must add more pressure. What about growing up as the second child? The younger brother in any family grows up in the shadow of his older brother but when you know your brother will be king, surely that would drive a wedge between even the closest of brothers.
Romances often get in the way of family relationships. It's no different with William and Harry. Before Meghan's arrival, Prince Harry was much more involved with the same sort of work his elder brother was. Together they run the Royal Foundation which aims to champion the causes they are equally passionate about. Until Meghan's arrival, Harry was fully invested in that charity's work but the arrival of Meghan's changed that as biographer Sally Bedell Smith told People.
"The arrival of Meghan has changed the dynamic of the relationship in a fairly significant way. It is inevitable and practical because it gives Harry and Meghan some freedom to build up their own collection of interests and charities."
When Meghan has such "strong views on what she is interested in" that's always going to lead to conflict. IT'S likely that her husband will share her views or at least allow himself to embrace them but what about William and Kate?
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