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Prince Harry's Bold Outburst After Prince William Said He "Didn't Want To Be King"

Prince Harry's Bold Outburst After Prince William Said He 'didn't Want To Be King'
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Prince William's life was well planned out for him since he was born. He was born as an heir to the throne, which will always remain his greatest destiny.

Strangely, it has now emerged that Princess Diana, his mother, believed that Prince Harry was better suited to the role. She went as far as making a secret nickname for him.

In private, allegedly, Princess Diana called Harry GKH, which means Good King Harry.

A royal expert recently told Channel 5 News that she called Harry by this name because she believed he would make a better king than William ever would.

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Nobody knows why the late princess felt that the younger son was better suited to the role of king.

Prince Harry's Bold Outburst After Prince William Said He 'didn't Want To Be King'

It may have had something to do with the fact that Prince William allegedly often admitted that "he didn't want to be king." On hearing this, Prince Harry apparently said he would gladly take up the role if his brother didn't want it:

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"If you don't want the job I'll have it."

This issue has recently been discussed by a number of people, including Jeremy Paxman, a TV broadcaster.

Paxman and Diana often talked about their kids, and she would say that William had no interest in being king while Harry was quite happy to step up and fill the role.

Back in 1995, Diana was in an interview with Martin Bashir when he asked her if William should get the title of king. At the time, Prince William was just 13 years old.

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In response, she said that William was young at the time and asked, "do you want a burden like that to be put on his shoulders at such a young age?"

In conclusion, she said, "I can't answer that question."

So, technically she did not endorse William for the role.

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Prince Harry's Bold Outburst After Prince William Said He "didn't Want To Be King"

Today, Prince William is more confident of the responsibilities that come with being king. In just a few months, the heir to the throne will be turning 40.

A royal expert believes that he has matured enough to take on the huge responsibility of being king.

Consequently, it seems that Princess Diana's concerns about the burden of kingship weighing too heavily on Prince William are no longer a concern at the moment.

There is no doubt that Prince William has convinced everyone that he can handle the monumental responsibility of being king.