Prince Harry needs to learn how to behave from his big brother Prince William.

The Duke of Sussex has been plagued with controversies due to his decision to fly in private jets. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took four private flights in 11 days, which irked the public who kept on hearing them campaigning for the environment.

The netizens bashed the couple for failing to practice what they are preaching. Prince Harry decided to address the issue by saying that he only did it to ensure his family’s safety. However, royal expert Ingrid Seward suggested that he should take a leap out of his big brother’s book on how to properly behave.

“Harry has always rushed in without considering the consequences, unlike his brother William, who is now regarded as someone with statesmanlike qualities,” Seward wrote.

“If Harry and Meghan slowed down and took things more gently, instead of this frantic grappling for approval and attention, they might win public support.”

Seward also suggested that Prince Harry should follow his mom’s example because Princess Diana knew too well how to deal with her enemies. The royal biographer believed that at present, with the unending criticism the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are receiving, Prince Harry has probably deemed the media as his enemy.

According to Seward, Princess Diana kept her enemies close. So, she urged Prince Harry to do the same.

Seward recalled when she wrote an article that the late Princess of Wales considered “wrong and inaccurate.” Princess Diana invited her to her apartment at Kensington Palace for a “girlie chat.” Seward advised Prince Harry to “flatter them and make them your supporter.”

She added that no matter what Prince Harry’s dislike for the press, he has to smile and make friends with them. She also reminded the Sussexes that even if the public is very generous in giving them goodwill that thing is “finite.”

In related news, Prince William and Kate Middleton joined Queen Elizabeth II in Balmoral last month. However, according to recent reports, Prince Harry and Markle won’t be doing the same because they have no plans to fly in Scotland and spend the summer with Her Majesty due to baby Archie’s age.

Prince William and Prince Harry
Prince William and Prince Harry attend the opening of the Greenhouse Sports Centre on April 26, 2018, in London. Getty Images/Toby Melville
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