Harry not on ‘William and Kate’s radar’ as couple ‘are united unlike Sussexes’

Prince Harry is not on the "radar" of the Prince and Princess of Wales as the duo are "united unlike the Sussexes", an expert claimed.

It would appear Prince William and Princess Kate's mission of "spreading joy" means they have no time to worry about the Sussex pair, expert and host of To Di For Daily Kinsey Schofield claimed.

The duo recently appeared on a surprise podcast appearance, which drew comparisons to Meghan Markle's Spotify deal, and the occasional appearance of Prince Harry

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William and Kate were on the on Mike Tindall's podcast, The Good, The Bad, And The Rugby, and it showed a sign of "rockstar royal" potential, something expert Schofield does not believe the Duke of Sussex has.

Speaking to the Daily Star, Schofield said: "I doubt that Prince Harry is even on the Prince and Princess of Wales' radar. They are looking forward, they are spreading joy. They are united. Unlike Harry and Meghan.

"I got a kick out of the surprise podcast and thought it was a fantastic treat for royal watchers! There were a few moments that inadvertently reminded me of Harry.

"When the Princess Royal discussed people's strengths and teamwork and the three talked about coming in from the cold and that perseverance required when not wanting to do something but doing what needs to be done."

Those qualities so far have seen Kate Middleton in particular relied upon by the King of England for public appearances.

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Schofield added: "Obviously, qualities that I don’t exactly see in Prince Harry but are required to be a rockstar royal."

It comes as the Daily Star reported a "confident" appearance for the Duke of Sussex, whose introductory speech at the Invictus Games was well received by a body language expert.

Prince Harry was seen to be there "to do a job" and appeared honest and open with an appearance at the Invictus Games in Germany.

Expert Inbaal Honigman claimed the Duke was "completely at home" on the stage and was speaking "from the heart" during his attendance of the games.

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