Prince William’s ‘heartbreaking’ letter to Prince Harry exposed amid royal rift claims

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Royal author Omid Scobie has claimed Prince Harry is “happier than ever” and “doesn’t miss his old life at all”. Mr Scobie, who co-authored the controversial royal biography “Finding Freedom”, said the Duke of Sussex is “very content” with his marriage and family and “thriving” in his professional life. He told Vanity Fair: “This is the moment [Harry] can sit back and think, ‘I made it.’”

Meanwhile, royal commentator Ingrid Seward told the publication that the Duke of Sussex can celebrate his birthday “on a high”, adding: “He’s embracing his new life and everything is an adventure right now. He has moved on very quickly, and I don’t think he misses his old life at all.”

Having quit as a senior member of the Royal Family in March, he, wife Meghan and son Archie have relocated to California, where they live in a sprawling mansion in Santa Barbara.

Earlier this month, the couple signed a mega production deal with Netflix, announcing their intention to provide “hope and inspiration” with their upcoming documentaries, feature films and children’s programming.

It is not clear whether Harry’s relationship with his brother, Prince William, has improved, though.

In a documentary filmed throughout his 10-day tour of Africa with Meghan in October, Harry revealed that he and his brother were on “different paths” and had “good days” and “bad days”.

The two used to be incredibly close.

In 2009, when the news broke of Prince Harry’s 10-week tour of duty in the thick of the battle in Helmand province, the British public was given a glimpse of him knuckling down, mucking in and fighting for his country.

The Prince told the Daily Telegraph he was thrilled to receive a letter from his brother.

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William reportedly wrote to Harry that his late mother, Princess Diana, “would have been proud of him”.

Harry has only spoken a handful of times about the effect of Diana’s death on him and his brother.

In 2017, he revealed he sought counselling after spending nearly 20 years “not thinking” about the death of his mother.

He said it was not until his late twenties that he processed the grief – after two years of “total chaos” and coming close to a “complete breakdown”.

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He told the paper’s Bryony Gordon: “I can safely say that losing my mum at the age of 12, and therefore shutting down all of my emotions for the last 20 years, has had a quite serious effect on not only my personal life but my work as well.

“I have probably been very close to a complete breakdown on numerous occasions when all sorts of grief and all sorts of lies and misconceptions and everything are coming to you from every angle.”

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