Prince William is believed to have been feeling hurt after Harry's most recent interview, according to a royal expert.
The Duke of Sussex, 37, spoke on NBC's Tonight programme during the Invictus Games in The Hague, Netherlands, following his brief trip to Windsor, Berks, to be reunited with his dad Prince Charles and the Queen.
During the bombshell interview, Harry claimed that his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales "had done her bit" for Prince William and it was her turn to focus on Harry and his family.
Harry said Diana is in "almost everything that I do now," before adding: "She's got him set up and now she's helping me set up – that's what it feels like. He's got his kids, I've got my kids."
Royal expert Rebecca English claims that Harry's comments show a "general level of resentment" towards William.
Speaking on the MailPlus' Palace Confidential podcast, she said: "Rather than reconciliation, the visit and interview will only add to the sense of weariness that many members of the Royal Family have when it comes to Harry now.
"Possibly not for the Queen, she is very keen to keep lines of communication open with him.
"She loves her grandson, her ability to separate royal matters and family is remarkable but I don't think that is the same for other members of the family, particularly the Prince of Wales who is said to be at the end of his tether over this interview and Prince William."
Rebecca continued: "What William will find particularly hurtful is the comments Harry made about their later mother Diana.
"Harry commented about how he feels Diana has done her bit for William in looking after him and his children.
"And now it's time she is focused on him, which is quite a peculiar thing to say, I think it shows Harry's general level of resentment against his brother.
"From William's point of view, in the past, he has made it clear that he finds this kind of attempt of ownership of his late mother quite crass, I suspect he will find those particular comments by Harry quite hurtful."
Harry claimed that he had felt his late mother's presence more than ever since he and wife Meghan Markle made the controversial decision to step down as senior working royals in January 2020.
Elsewhere, he appeared to dodge questions about his father and Prince William, saying: "That's my focus here and when I leave here, I get back and my focus is on my family who I miss massively."
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