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PRINCE WILLIAM displayed signs of “anxiety” at Monday’s Commonwealth Day service, likely due to the gaping hole of his brother Prince Harry’s absence in the wake of their “unbearable” sibling rift. Monday’s Commonwealth Day service was attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who also attended pre-Covid in 2020 — the year when much was made of their lack of interaction with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

 

 

Body language expert Judi James told the Mirror Online Prince William, this year, looked tense and anxious as he may have been “remembering the ghosts of the past” when his brother had been in attendance. Ms James said: “He arrived with one hand spread-eagled across his stomach in a barrier gesture before wiping his hands together and patting at his clothing to suggest inner anxiety.” She also said the unity of Prince Charles, Camilla Parker-Bowles, William and Kate was evident.

 

 

She added: “Pared-down and paired-up, the body language displays of affection and unity from Charles, Camilla, William and Kate today looked like an emphatic statement of closure after the unbearable tensions and open rifts of 2020, when Harry and Meghan were biding farewell to the UK and Edward and Sophie had to sit as human buffers to avoid layers of perma-frost forming.”

 

 

‘Harry’s out of touch with reality!’ Duke getting ‘bad advice’ over security demands
PRINCE HARRY has been described as “out of touch with reality” after a royal commentator claimed the Duke of Sussex has received “bad advice”.

 

 

Prince Harry, 37, is to miss his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh’s memorial service, it has been confirmed. The Duke of Sussex will not return to the UK from the US to join the Royal Family at the high-profile occasion in Westminster Abbey on March 29, a spokesperson for the duke confirmed. Royal commentator Matt de Groot has since claimed Harry’s security demands, which could be the reason for not returning, have been from “bad advice”.

 

 

Speaking to Australian morning show Sunrise, Mr De Groot said: “You look at a bloke who is out of touch with reality, it’s that bloke right there. “They spend one half of their life talking about being determined to be private and being determined to stay away from the public eye.

 

 

“They spend the other half of their life selling their story to the highest bidder then he wants to step away from the Royal Family, then wants the royal protection, then he doesn’t even realised you can go the UK and hire your own security. “If nothing else just buy your own security. “Every move they make, every piece of advice they give, and every statement he makes publicly takes him further and further away from the guy that three years ago we thought was going to save the Royal Family.

 

 

“Now he’s making blunder after blunder.” Host Kylie Gillies added: “You can do both, it would mean the world to the family. “There’s no reason why he cannot.” Mr De Groot continued: “It’s only because he’s being given bad advice and being petty. “There’s just no other for it and he’s making a bad choice.” Harry hopes to visit his grandmother the Queen soon, the spokesperson added.

 

 
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It comes as the duke has pursued a legal challenge against the Home Office after being told he would no longer be given the “same degree” of personal protective security when visiting from the US, despite offering to pay for it himself.

 

 

He was last in London in the summer of 2021, when it is understood his security was compromised after his car was chased by paparazzi photographers as he left a charity event. The duke wants to bring his son Archie and baby daughter Lilibet to visit from the US, but he and his family are “unable to return to his home” because it is too dangerous, a legal representative previously said.

 

 

The judge in the High Court case, Mr Justice Swift, will give his ruling on February’s preliminary proceedings, part of which may be confidential, at a later date. Philip died just under a year ago in April 2021 at the age of 99.

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