Prince Harry was reportedly deeply affected and even shed tears upon learning that his older brother, Prince William, had been named Colonel-in-Chief of the Army Air Corps, a title that Harry previously held.

This announcement by Buckingham Palace has added to Harry’s struggles, with experts suggesting that he sees William as one of the factors contributing to his difficulties.

According to royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams, “Harry needs to realize that when you betray the family, you don’t just escape the things you hated doing as a working royal. You also lose the things you loved.” This statement highlights the emotional impact this change has had on Harry.

In spite of this setback, Prince Harry has shown resilience. At a recent event marking the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, he proudly wore the KCVO Neck Order and Star, bestowed upon him by Queen Elizabeth II.

Royal author Tom Quinn believes that this gesture was Harry’s way of asserting his worth and reminding his family of his valuable contributions.

There has been speculation about the timing of William’s new title and its possible implications for the already strained relationship between Harry and their father, King Charles III.

Harry’s recent visit to the U.K. did not include a meeting with his father, further fueling public scrutiny and criticism towards the King’s priorities.

Prince Harry’s emotional response to losing a significant role and title is understandable. It’s important to recognize that family dynamics and responsibilities within the royal household can be complex, and these changes can have a profound impact on individuals.