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Prince Harry’s jealousy of William started with sausages: Insider


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If it weren’t for the extraordinarily detailed account of his own avowed and unleashed jealousy of his brother, as detailed in his memoir Sparethat would be an easy claim to dismiss.

However, these are no ordinary times, and given that Prince Harry noted at one point in his book that his brother had a nicer bedroom than him with “a wardrobe with mirrored doors” (not in mind wish lists of most 12-year-olds), a claim that Harry was jealous that William got more sausages for breakfast than he did when they were kids has to be seriously believable.

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The suggestion that pork products played a role in Harry’s childhood trauma was made by Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell, who said he once saw Harry being given two sausages by a nanny while William received one more.

Burrell told British tabloid The Sun Harry objected, “How come he has three and I only have two?”

Burrell said their nanny replied, “William needs to fill up more than you do. He will be king one day.

Burrell said: “When I look back now, I think I was maybe catching a glimpse of the dynamic at play…Harry was silent and sucked it in, but that’s what he had to deal with, even in his own house.”

The Sun titled its story “Bangers and Clash,” riffing on slang for the famous British comfort food of sausages (bangers) and mashed potatoes.

In his book, Harry’s description of William’s upper bedroom foreshadows a later scene where he contrasts his and Meghan’s living quarters as shabby compared to William and Kate’s lavish abode. He forgets to mention that he and Meghan have just married while William and Kate have had three children, and that £2.4 million (about $3 million) of taxpayers’ money would be spent on renovations another home for him and Meghan.

Burrell, who was Diana’s closest servant, worked for her from 1987 until her death in 1997.

He was nicknamed by the princess “my rock”.

Burrell said it was “difficult” for Harry to live up to “the standard set by William”.

He said, “William was smarter than Harry and would be king one day, how can you compete with that?”

Burrell, who wrote a book about Diana, could be accused of bias and having an ax to grind with Harry, having been singled out for attack in Harry’s book. Harry said Burrell’s decision to write a book made his “blood” boil and dismissed it as “a tell-all tell-all. It was just one man’s self-justified, self-absorbed version of events .

Some have suggested that Harry’s criticism of Burrell’s book might also apply to Spare.

Burrell said Harry’s book was “sad and senseless” and reiterated claims that the Queen was “shattered in the months before her death” by the accusations made by Harry.

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