Katie Nicholl told Channel 5 that the Duchess of Cambridge needed to win over Prince Harry after he initially felt that Kate was keeping his brother “a bit too much on the straight and narrow”. The royal commentator added that the Duke of Sussex mentioned to a friend that Prince William had become too boring.
Ms Nicholl said regarding Kate’s relationship with the Duke of Sussex: “Harry took some winning over.
“I think sometimes he felt that Kate was a bit straight and kept his brother a bit too much on the straight and narrow.
“I do remember Harry telling one of their friends ‘he has become too boring’.”
Last week the royal commentator told True Royalty TV that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to reconcile with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for the “greater good” of the Royal Family.
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Ms Nicholl stated that Prince William and Prince Harry’s relationship had come under strain in 2020 but that tensions seemed to ease as the brothers exchanged presents over Christmas.
The royal commentator warned that there is still a big distance between the Dukes and their wives Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex but they will come together for the “greater good” of the monarchy.
Ms Nicholl said: “I want to make it clear that this friendship or relationship is not what it once was.
“It has come under unbearable strain.
Ms Nicholl continued: “Absolutely, there are still things to overcome.
“I think they all realise for the greater good and particularly after last year you do have to move on in life.
“I think the intention is that the four of them will be together.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family in March 2020.
The Queen and the couple are set to review the Sussexes role in relation to the Royal Family as it approaches 12 months since the couple left the monarchy.