The Duke of Sussex was ‘fixated’ about becoming a has-been once his nephew Prince George turned 18, a new book claims.
It alleges Harry, before he met Meghan, had a ‘long-held’ fear’ that he would be an ‘also-ran’.
This apparently compounded the frustration he felt when aides talked him down from things he wanted to do separately from William and Kate, the book says.
Extracts of Courtiers: the Hidden Power Behind the Crown by Valentine Low were published by The Times last night.
The book also makes claims about Meghan’s treatment of staff. On one occasion the Duchess of Sussex is said to have strongly criticised a plan drawn up by a young female employee in front of colleagues.
William later tried to comfort the unnamed staff member by saying she was doing a good job and the woman burst into tears.
The Duke of Sussex (pictured with his wife Meghan Markle in October 2019) was ‘fixated’ about becoming a has-been once his nephew Prince George turned 18, a new…