Prince Harry 'wants to move on' with family says Nicholl
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The Royal Family and Prince Harry “will try and make some sort of peace”, a commentator has predicted. Although the behaviour of the two parties in public is “massively different”, the Duke of Sussex may make an effort to “pull back” on his candor. Royal commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti revealed how the monarchy can move forward on the Royally Us podcast.
He told listeners: “I think the Royal Family primarily wants to look after its reputation and its future.
“I think that’s one of the dilemmas for the people within it.
“The Queen, very famously, has a great sense of duty having become queen somewhat unexpectedly and at a young age.
“She really took that on board and took that very seriously.”
Mr Sacerdoti continued: “I think that Harry has made a different decision, and that’s his to make.
“He’s not the heir, he was never going to be king, he’s what they, rather unkindly call, ‘the spare’.
“That means he’s a made a different decision himself, to have a more fulfilling personal life than to make his life a fulfilling part of the Royal Family’s continued existence.
“So I think that they have different priorities here, and that’s perhaps why we’re seeing these massively different behaviours.”
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The commentator added: “But they aren’t necessarily compatible.
“Whether he will want to pull back a bit and put his behaviour more in line with their desires as well will be part of a negotiation between the two, one that happens behind closed doors.
“They won’t want us to see every detail of their discussions about it.”
Mr Sacerdoti told the podcast: “But I do think they will try and make some sort of peace.
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“If not for personal reasons, for more professional ones, I would say.”
Since stepping down as working royals, Harry has opened up about his struggles in the monarchy.
The Duke joined his wife, Meghan Markle, for a sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
He also spoke about his upbringing on the Armchair Expert podcast.
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