• Neil Sean compared photos of Prince William and Prince Harry and said the future king looked happier and not trapped
  • The Duke of Cambridge was reportedly mad when his younger brother said he felt trapped because he couldn't respond to it
  • Sean said the future king seemed to be enjoying his life while Prince Harry looked dissatisfied after losing a polo match

Prince William did not look like someone trapped, contrary to what his younger brother Prince Harry said in a previous interview, according to a royal commentator.

Neil Sean, a royal and entertainment reporter for NBC News, MSNBC and Access Hollywood, compared Prince Charles and Princess Diana's two sons on his YouTube Channel. He showed photos of the Duke of Sussex after playing polo in Santa Barbara, California, and another picture of the Duke of Cambridge laughing with his kids.

According to the royal expert, "these pictures truly do say a totally different story." In Sean's opinion, the Duke of Cambridge didn't feel trapped because "he knows his destiny." On the other hand, Prince Harry's photo after losing a polo game in California spoke volumes about how he was feeling upon returning home after spending four days in the U.K. for his grandmother Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee earlier this month.

"These pictures of Prince William taken on a holiday in Jordan show just a man totally contented with three children, a beautiful wife, and ready to take on the world," he added.

"A lot of insiders have told me, you know, that was one of the stinging things that really angered Prince William because, of course, you know, he couldn't really respond to that. He doesn't feel trapped. He knew it was his destiny from an early age."

Sean wondered if Prince Harry had bitterness toward his brother to say the words he uttered in an interview. He wasn't sure if it was the catalyst of the backlash against this older brother either. But he was certain that between the two princes, the future king looked happier.

"When you look at the life of Prince Harry and Prince William, and of course, his children and their children around them, you have to wonder who is truly the happiest," he said. "Whichever way you look at it on this very special birthday of 40, a lot of people are saying, well, there's only one person that looks trapped and that one person is satisfied looking at a loss of yet another polo match while the other one is enjoying life to the full, surrounded by very loving, close and of course, supportive family."

Sean made the comparison while referring to Prince Harry's previous statement during his interview with Oprah Winfrey. According to Prince Harry, he felt trapped and was lucky to get out of his previous life.

"I was trapped, but I had no idea I was trapped," the duke told Winfrey, Page Six reported. "My father and my brother are trapped. They don’t get to leave. And I have compassion for that."

The announcement reportedly caused acrimony between Prince Harry and his elder brother Prince William (r)
The announcement reportedly caused acrimony between Prince Harry and his elder brother Prince William (r) POOL / Tolga AKMEN