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Prince William ‘blames himself for his problems’ in huge difference from brother Harry




PRINCE William “blames himself for his problems” in huge difference from brother Prince Harry, according to a royal expert. The comment comes as Prince William has taken part in a rare candid podcast, which was released this morning. It saw Prince William journey on a walk through the Queen’s Sandringham Estate to his country home of Anmer Hall. He spoke frankly about the affect his work as an air ambulance pilot had on his mental health.



Royal expert Ingrid Seward spoke about the brothers on GB News. She said: “It’s typical, I think in California a lot of people speak like that. “William speaks completely straight and you understand what he’s saying.



She added: “It’s Harry’s anger and William’s acceptance of the situation, William isn’t blaming anyone, he’s blaming himself for his problems.” “His job, which was very traumatic at times, he explains that beautifully.



“He’s not laying blame, he’s taking a responsibility himself and mending it. “I think that’s what really really shows the difference between the two brothers. “They’re really coming from a completely different place mentally.”



The Duke recalled an accident during his time as an air ambulance pilot which seemed to have left a lastinng impression which involved a child, who would have been a similar age to his eldest son, Prince George. William said the youngster who was hit by a car was “in serious difficulty” and his parents were “hysterical.”


Prince Harry and Williams
William said: “I went home that night pretty upset but not noticeably. I wasn’t in tears, but inside I felt something had changed.”



“I felt a sort of, a real tension inside of me. And then, the next day, going back in again to work, you know, different crew. On to the next job.” “And that’s the thing, you’re not always all together. So then you can’t spend a day processing it,” he added.



The prince said the impact of attending the accident “really hit him weeks later.”


“I felt like the whole world was dying. It’s an extraordinary feeling. You just feel everyone’s in pain, everyone’s suffering. He added: “And that’s not me. I’ve never felt that before. My personal life and everything was absolutely fine.”

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