Harry and William’s relationship is believed to be quite fractured at the moment, even though the two of them, along with their wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, were once referred to the Fab Four. The two couples did all live in Kensington Palace estate but Harry and Meghan abruptly moved out to Windsor’s Frogmore Cottage earlier this year, despite reportedly only just doing up their apartment to the way they wanted it. The couple also released a confessional documentary ‘Harry and Meghan: An African Journey’ in October, where Harry admitted he and his brother have “good days” and “bad days”, and struggle to find time to see one another due to their busy schedules.
He also said: “We’re certainly on different paths at the moment.”
However, in their youth, the two were known for being close.
While they were both part of the RAF training in Shrewsbury in 2009, they decided to share small cottage together instead of living with all the other trainees at the base.
In her 2018 biography, ‘Harry: Conversations with the Prince’, Angela Levin explained what the Duke of Sussex thought about living with his elder brother.
As Ms Levin pointed out, this resulted in “brother-bonding”.
Prince Harry and Prince William (Image: Getty)
Harry and William are thought to have drifted over recent months (Image: Getty)
During an interview, they showed their “comedy duo act” and spoke about what it was like to be living together once again.
Harry said: “It’s for the first time and the last time I can assure you of that.”
Ms Levin explained: “William, who Kate devotedly cooked for and even ran his bath, insisted he did all the cooking and had to tidy up after his messy brother.”
At this point, Kate and William had been dating for