Prince William won’t tolerate ‘inappropriate behaviour’ from Harry as Duke makes a stand

Prince Harry 'not given free pass' by William says Campbell

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Royal expert Lady Colin Campbell reflected on the reunion between Prince William and Prince Harry. While speaking on TalkRadio she insisted Prince William is not going to give Prince Harry a “free pass” while he is in the UK. While the brothers were seen talking at the funeral on Saturday, Prince William will still do his duty for the crown and the monarchy and not allow his brother to attack the institution, she said. 

Lady Colin said: “I think it sends a message that Prince William will not be mucked around.

“He will not allow sentiments to divert him from his duty to the British people and to the British crown.

“He is not giving Harry a free pass just because they are sharing a family sadness.

“I am behind Prince William 100 percent on this. I think it would be inappropriate to pretend that everything is well in the Garden of Eden.

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“Everything isn’t well. It’s very good that he is actually making a stand.

“Prince William has mettle, he is not going to allow anyone to muck him around, or muck the crown around.

“He shouldn’t pretend, he should be giving the message that Harry’s recent behaviour won’t be tolerated by him.”

Kate Middleton is being praised as a peacemaker after the two brothers were seen speaking after Prince Philip’s funeral. 

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Royal expert Robert Hardman argued that this moment sparked the beginning of the Royal Family reuniting.

While speaking on the BBC, Mr Hardman said: “I think today we saw the start of them coming back together. 

“I think there was a wonderful moment at the end of the service as all the state cars pulled up, they were all expecting everyone to get in their official cars and go up the hill.

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“The Prince of Wales just lead the way and said I am not getting in the car and started walking and then everyone else started walking.

“It suddenly, at that moment, ceased to be a state occasion and it became a family event.

“I suspect right now, subject to Covid rules, they are like any other family.

“They are catching up and reminiscing and I think today will have been a very unifying day. 

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