Prince Harry has always been known as the savage in the royal family, but it seems he may have taken the advice of his older brother. In a new documentary, Prince William at thirty, real experts claim that he once referred to William as a "reckless" by other members of the royal family because he loved getting into trouble.
Within William's younger years.
The wild years of Prince William apparently go back to when he was in daycare. Katie Nicholl, who has covered the royal family for years, revealed that William's nickname in the nursery was "Basher Wills" because he constantly got into fights.
Some parents also referred to William as "the basher" after
witnessing his antics in the playground. When it came to his teachers, William
tried to influence them by reminding everyone of their position within the
Ranks of the royal family.
"He was a bit daring, he liked to get up for
all kinds of mischief, "Dickie Arbiter, former royal press secretary
According to International
Business times, William's behavior caused great concern within
The Royal Family. Fortunately for Prince William, his bad behavior as a child
It never made the headlines. His brother, on the other hand, was a different story.
As real observers will remember, Harry once dressed in a
Nazi uniform for a party and played a game of bad billiards in Las Vegas,
Photos of which finally made their way online. Harry has tamed his
Wild ways, especially because he is now a married man and a father to boot.
William felt alone in college
While William met his future wife, Kate Middleton, while attending the University of St. Andrews, his days of education were anything but normal. In his book, William and Catherine, author Andrew Morton claims that William suffered a lonely existence in St. Andrews.
According to reports, his clbadmates were too scared to say hello
He in public because they did not want to be seen as social climbers. Prince William
I also took care to make new friends, which resulted in an isolated time
For the Duke of Cambridge.
Fortunately, Middleton was there when William needed her.
plus. The two originally met at St. Andrews and, as they began as
Friends, your relationship quickly became romantic. But their romance was not
without problems Morton claims that Prince William sometimes treated Middleton
As a servant, it did not go well.
Their problems reached a boiling point in 2004 when they parted briefly. They faced a similar situation in 2007. After resolving their differences, William and Middleton were married in 2011 and share three children together.
Prince Harry and Prince William face problems
Although William grew up from his wild years pretty fast,
Harry continued to act until relatively recently. Your questionable behavior,
In fact, it is what led to his first break with William.
Internal sources say that Harry could not stand how William
He always got away with it when he was constantly blamed. Things
Reportedly, they got so bad that Harry and William stopped talking.
To help repair their relationship, William visited Harry in
Eton Fortunately, the two were able to resolve things and they continued in good condition
Terms until recently. The initiates believe that Markle also helped to tame Harry
and stop their bad behavior. After all, it's been a while since Harry
He was involved in a scandal, which is quite impressive given his story.
Prince William and Prince Harry talk about their mother.
Leaving aside the rebellious years, William and Harry opened recently.
about how they dealt with the tragic death of their mother in 1997. William admitted
that the death of his mother was one of the most difficult things he had to face in
He also lamented how British men are often taught to maintain
his repressed emotions and believes that everyone would be healthier if they were
More open about your feelings.
Harry also shared some words about the death of Princess Diana.
and revealed that he felt less secure after his death. He also said that
listening to other people share their thoughts about the loss of loved ones helped him feel
Prince William has not commented on the latest documentary.
about his first days.