Prince Harry appears to have taken a swipe at William, after claiming royals questioned ‘why should your girlfriend be treated any differently’ when he complained about Meghan’s harassment.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, made the jab, seemingly aimed at his brother, during the second episode of the couple’s multi-million-pound Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, which aired yesterday.
Harry said he raised concerns with the Royal Family after Meghan, 41, received ‘harassment’ from the paparazzi and media scrutiny when their relationship went public in 2016.
He claimed the family said, in response to his worries, that ‘harassment’ was a ‘rite of passage’ and others who married into the Royal Family had also experienced ‘everything’ Meghan was being ‘put through’.
Speaking in the second episode his multi-million pound Netflix documentary, Prince Harry accused the Royal Family of telling him harassment was a ‘rite of passage’ when his relationship with Meghan Markle went public
While he did not name which family members called into question Meghan’s need for extra protection, photos of Kate Middleton, Sarah Ferguson and his later mother Princess Diana being chased by paparazzi flashed on the screen as he spoke.
The Duke, however, argued the situations differed because of the ‘race element’.
He said: ‘The direction of the palace was don’t say anything but what people need to understand is as far as a lot of the family was concerned everything she was being put through; they had been put…