The Fab Four’s split isn’t just about Prince Harry and William, writes RICHARD KAY – Daily Mail

The Fab Four’s split isn’t just about Prince Harry and William, writes RICHARD KAY – Daily Mail

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Ever since the death of their mother, they have been linked inextricably, not just in the public consciousness but across the royal stage.As boys, William and Harry were inseparable, finding solace in one another as they coped with the shattering loss of Princess Diana and later sharing in each other’s dreams and successes as adults.William’s marriage to Kate eight years ago contributed barely a quiver to this remarkable relationship as two became three. The arrival of the Cambridges’ children George, Charlotte and Louis served only to strengthen the fraternal bonds.A split in the family: Kate, William, Harry and Meghan. This week, both women put on an impressive show of companionship and friendliness at the Commonwealth Day service When Meghan arrived with her Hollywood glamour the threesome became the Fab Four, as popular as any pop group but dusted with the magic of royalty.But now with the news that the brothers are to set up their separate households there is a parting of the ways. Many will seize on the split as evidence of a so-called froideur not just between the sisters-in-law but also between William and Harry.In fact, the ending of a double act which has not only helped bring stability to ....


By the time Andrew married and had children, he had been relegated down the line of succession.Harry, meanwhile, will complete his departure from Kensington Palace – his former childhood home, don’t forget – by establishing his court at Buckingham Palace, removing himself completely from his brother’s sphere [File photo] But with William and Harry it was somehow different. Their closeness in age meant that they were often seen together. Then there was the unique way in which they were raised.Diana refused to allow the usual protocols of favouritism to take root. She instructed courtiers, servants and other members of the Royal Family that the boys were to be treated identically.She insisted that when important photographs were taken of future king William, his younger brother was also in the picture.
She even made a point of bringing Harry to William’s first day at Eton so they could be photographed together and he wouldn’t feel left out.Diana was anxious for Harry to be included in everything. .

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