Princess Diana of Wales was determined to make her younger son, Prince Harry, feel that he was no better.
Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, recently participated in the British documentary "Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years", channel 4, to shed light on 34-year-old education.
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Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, welcomed a son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, on May 6 this year.
Seward has been covering the British royal family since the 1980s and has written more than 20 books on the subject.
"The Queen Mother used to say," Come on William, sit next to me, "Seward told Harry's other brother, Prince William, as reported in the British Daily newspaper. Mail. "And little Harry would be completely left out."
Seward claimed that their mother was ready to do what was necessary so that Harry would not feel left out.
"Harry always knew he was number two," Seward suggested. "And of course, Diana was very anxious that he did not feel it."
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However, it is undeniable that William, now 37, takes precedence as heir to the throne. William is the third in line after his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and his father, Prince Charles.
"The other members of the royal family were very aware that he was number two," Seward said.
While Diana's marriage with Charles was troubled, she found a sense of happiness with the birth of her two sons. The former couple welcomed William in 1982, followed by Harry in 1984.
In 2017, Diana biographer Andrew Morton told Fox News that, had Diana overcame her marriage, she was counting on her son to support him.
"As boys grew up and became like her counselors and friends, she was starting to enjoy life better," Morton said. "Diana was very protective of William and Harry. [If] you never criticized the boys … she would be on you like a tigress. She was the only one who could criticize those two. Of course, she delivered them. "
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"She wanted to be a full parent herself," said Morton. "And curiously, Prince William recently said the same thing about his own children. He wants them to enjoy a relatively normal upbringing. "
After Harry welcomed his son this year, he admitted to still feeling he was losing his beloved mother, especially now after becoming a father.
According to People magazine, Harry had opened to former soldier Dennis van der Stroon during his stay in the Netherlands to launch the official Countdown to the Invictus Games in The Hague next year.
The two veterans (Harry served in the army for 10 years) lost their mother. In 2014, van der Stroon's mother died of chronic lung disease.
"I talked to my mom about Harry and we talked about our common experience of missing a mother," van der Stroon said. "He said that missing a mother, is like missing a safety, how it is needed as a son and it falls when you lose your mother. He said he met a lot of people in his work who lost a mother, a father, a sister, a brother or parents and when he hears their story, when he heard my story, he said that he did not did not feel so alone. "
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"He told me how special it was that his son had just been born," he said. "Harry explained that having a small child was his new priority and his new goal.I told him that a few months ago, I was struggling with my sanity, but that my wife's pregnancy I had given a goal. "
"Above all, he said he was simply surprised by the miracles in the world and by the way his child made many people happy," he said. "He also told me that he was really happy that his son is so far very quiet. But he also asked me not to do too many projects and that there was no way to plan the arrival of the baby. "