Prince William's popularity is soaring while his brother Prince Harry's plummets, a royal expert has claimed.
The siblings supposedly had a highly competitive relationship before Harry and Meghan Markle stepped back as senior royals in 2020.
Camilla Tominey, the Telegraph's associate edtior, says a large part of Harry and Meghan's problem with the monarchy was that they constantly felt in the Cambridges' shadow.
But their bid for "financial independence" in California has apparently not gone down well with Brits, with the royal expert claiming much of the public "would prefer it if they disappeared from view altogether".
Camilla wrote: "It must frustrate Prince Harry that his own popularity has become so obviously inversely proportional to his brother's.
"They had a highly competitive relationship before Harry and Meghan decided to throw a grenade under the Queen and the Royal family in favour of earning Kardashian cash in the US."
Camilla said this was shown in a YouGov poll last week which found six in 10 people want the Sussexes to be stripped of their titles or to stop using them.
She added: "The better William and Kate perform, the worse Harry and Meghan look for breaking up the Fab Four in the first place."
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In his latest Apple TV documentary series, Harry have voiced his resentment at being told to "play the game" to make life easier in the House of Windsor.
He said: "I've got a hell of a lot of my mum in me. The only way to free yourself and break out is to tell the truth."
The documentary, entitled The Me You Can't See, centres around mental health and was made with the help of Oprah Winfrey.
The legendary TV presenter admitted in a recent interview with Good Morning America that she was "surprised" by how much involvement Harry had making the programme.
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