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Entertainment Harry and Meghan's status as 'royal rock stars' forced their exit as William and Kate 'weren't happy'

03:05  20 october  2020
03:05  20 october  2020 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were pushed out of The Firm because of their popularity as "royal rock stars", overshadowing more senior members within the monarchy.

That's according to royal historian Robert Lacey, who has written at length about Prince William and Prince Harry's long-running feud in his book Battle of Brothers.

For years, Harry had been dealing with the reality of being the "spare" to his brother, who is destined to become king after their father Prince Charles.

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Meghan Markle, Prince Charles standing next to a man in a suit and tie: Prince Harry and Meghan's popularity became an issue with other royals says historian Robert Lacey. © Getty Prince Harry and Meghan's popularity became an issue with other royals says historian Robert Lacey.

And that position did not always sit well for the young prince.

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"The brothers were stereotyped by the system which is cruel," Mr Lacey told Today.

"The heir gets all the good notice and as the years go by the spare fades into the background."

Harry started becoming resentful towards the system he was born into, which only exacerbated when William married Kate Middleton, and went on to produce an heir of his own, Prince George.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd: The popularity of Meghan helped boost Prince Harry's own position within the royal family, says Robert Lacey. © Getty The popularity of Meghan helped boost Prince Harry's own position within the royal family, says Robert Lacey.

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"William was happy while his younger brother was playing the number two," Mr Lacey said.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry are posing for a picture: Prince Harry and Meghan have hired new staff as they relocate to Los Angeles from Canada. © Getty Prince Harry and Meghan have hired new staff as they relocate to Los Angeles from Canada.

"He was a very loyal number three when William and Kate were together.

"But suddenly when Meghan comes, he sees a new potential, a new purpose and it was a time when they were the royal rock stars and William and Kate weren't happy about that.

"I suspect that now, they're rather happy having Meghan and Harry on the other side of the Atlantic."

Meghan's arrival was initially embraced by the Queen and palace courtiers, before the tide soon turned.

"The Queen was very welcoming to her and actually Kate was much more welcoming to her than people believe," Mr Lacey said.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge posing for the camera: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 2018. © Getty The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in 2018.

"But courtiers hated her. She brought her own American advisers into the palace."

Mr Lacey said the Queen "is a big fan" of Meghan and "she got on better with Meghan than Kate".

And it was Meghan's career as an actress that put her in favour with Her Majesty.

"They are all millionaires that family," Mr Lacey told Today Extra.

"(But) only one who has made her own money and that is Meghan.

"They are all celebrities. But there is only one who earned her own celebrity before she joined and that was Meghan.

"She wasn't a superstar in America. But she is up there with Oprah and the others.

"You bring her in and just put her in the role of lesser known wife to the spare, you're going to get trouble."

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