The future and wellbeing of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis is “none of Harry’s business”, a royal author has claimed. The Duke of Sussex said in a recent interview he “worries” about the other spares in the family and directly referred to the younger son and daughter of Prince William and Kate, the Prince and Princess of Wales.
But publicly discussing children is a “dangerous road to go down” for Prince Harry, royal author and editor of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward has warned.
She told The Sun: “Harry should lay off Prince William’s children. In fact, he should lay off everybody and button it now.
“It is a very dangerous road to go down, to start talking about other people’s children.
“And what he says Prince William said to him is absolutely right — they are William’s responsibility and not his, so he should keep out of it.
Neither Kensington Palace nor Buckingham Palace have commented on the allegations and criticism made by Harry in his book and recent interviews.
However, the Prince of Wales gave an answer to a royal well-wisher during his first official engagement of the year which led many royal watchers to believe he was referring to his brother.
Upon visiting the Royal Liverpool University Hospital with the Princess of Wales on Thursday, William exchanged a few words with 81-year-old Sylvia Staniford, who told him: “Keep going, keep going. Scousers love you.”
William smiled at her warmly and replied: “Yes, I will.”
Mrs Staniford said afterwards: “Of course that was a reference to Harry. He knew what I was talking about.”