According to 2013 Amazon Prime documentary ‘Royalty Close Up: The Photography of Kent Gavin’, William was quite camera-shy and “not happy” with the media being so ever-present in their lives. Meanwhile, Harry was quite happy-go-lucky and did not seem to mind as much. However, these roles have now reversed, with William being more friendly towards the press in recent years, smiling and waving for the cameras.
Harry, meanwhile, has berated the press on a number of recent occasions and even said that seeing cameras remind him of the terrible way his mother died.
Princess Diana died in Paris on August 31, 1997, after suffering injuries in a car crash that took place as she was being chased by the paparazzi.
Daily Mirror royal photographer Kent Gavin explained the difference between the two princes when they were boys.
He said: “It was a difficult time when they were very young.
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William's first day at school (Image: GETTY)
“I can recall that William was not happy – Harry not a care in the world, just happy-go-lucky – but William had his head down much in the same way as his mother did in the early days.”
Former royal protection officer Ken Wharfe described William’s first day at school and how he reacted to the presence of the media.
Mr Wharfe said: “I recall William’s first day at school aged five, getting in the car with his mother as we drove up to the school in north London.
“Diana said to him: ‘Look William, when we get there there’s going to be a lot of photographers, so you’ve got to realise now that this is going to be with you for the rest of your life.’
The brothers have reportedly healed their rift in a one-to-one meeting (Image: GETTY)
“And just like somebody out of those 'Just William' characters, he said: ‘I don’t like ‘togrophers’.”
He added: “As a five-year-old, [William had] already seen