"Prince Harry became "frustrated" with his role in the Royal Family and the limits on his position before he met Meghan Markle, commentators have claimed.
While many assume that the Duke's difficulties with his family began after Meghan joined The Firm, expert Camilla Tominey claims the struggles began long before he fell in love with the American actress.
Speaking on the ITV documentary 'Harry and William: What Went Wrong?' she suggested Harry might have a "spare to the heir" mentality, which could have propelled him to want to make the most of his influence and do good work."
"......She added: "There was a lot of talk, even before Meghan was on the scene, of Harry saying, 'Why can't I do this'?"
Tominey also suggested Harry wanted to shake things up, asking: "Why can't we do it a bit differently?"
She claimed his attitude of wanting to get things done accelerated when he met Meghan Markle, which Tominey described as giving him "rocket fuel."
Perhaps things may have been better if Diana hadn't insisted on Harry being treated as an equal to his brother in the Royal Family plus having his mother state Harry would be a better King.
He sounded like a spoiled, immature dolt that he still is.
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