Prince Harry’s comment about Prince William ‘didn’t go down well’ with royals

Prince Harry's explosive comments about his brother Prince William being "trapped" in the Royal Family did not go down well with Buckingham Palace, according to an expert.

Roya Nikkhah, Sunday Times Royal Correspondent, discussed Harry's controversial remarks to Oprah Winfrey on True Royalty TV and said she didn't think there was much truth in it – and claimed the firm has denied it.

In a clip from the interview, she says: "They just said that is not how William or his father, particularly William, look at his role.

"He does not feel trapped.

"Yes, he has his destiny set out for him and a path.

"But if you look at what he’s been doing these last 10 or 15 years he’s sort of grabbed that and he’s running with it and he’s shaping it in a different kind of way."

Roya added: "So I think that comment from Harry, 'my father and my brother are both trapped – I’ve left, they’re trapped,' really didn’t go down well.

"It didn’t chime with how William feels and it didn’t go down well."

Despite the apparent rift between them, it is hoped William and Harry will reconcile for the unveiling of a statue of their mother Princess Diana.

The statue will stand in Kensington Palace's Sunken Garden and will be unveiled to celebrate what would have been her 60th birthday.

Prince William publicly hit back and said his family was not racist following the interview, which was another accusation from Harry and Meghan.

The interview would have been described as "treason" by Queen Victoria, according to royal historian Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills.

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