Prince William has 'moments of self-doubt' about future royal role as King

The Duke of Cambridge, who is second in line to the throne, has reportedly “always known what is expected of him”. A source said: “William was educated from the very earliest age about the crucial role he would play within the monarchy.

“He’s always known what is expected of him when he’s eventually crowned King.”

The source added that William has dealt with the spotlight that comes with being a royal better than his younger brother Prince Harry.

The insider said: “He found the publicity difficult to deal with when he was younger, but it definitely had more of a negative impact on Harry.

“William accepts that it’s part of the job and he’s fine with it.”

But William still has “moments of self-doubt”, according to the source.

The insider told Us Weekly: “He’s human and of course he has moments of self-doubt.

“And he has times where he and Kate want to drop out of sight so they’ll escape to Cornwall and recharge their batteries.”

Harry quit royal duties with Meghan Markle last year and the couple are now starting new lives in America.

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During the tell-all interview, Harry made the extraordinary claim that his older brother was “trapped” in the Royal Family.

He also made the comment about heir to the throne Prince Charles.

Harry laid bare his rifts with William and his father as he poured out his heart to the US talk show host.

The TV interview, which aired in March, saw Meghan and Harry made a set of astonishing claims about the Royal Family.

William angrily denied racism accusations against the royals in a rare outburst during a public engagement days later.

And the Royal Family made clear they did not agree with all of the Sussexes’ claims.

A statement issued by Buckingham Palace highlighted how “some recollections may vary”.

Meghan and Harry plunged the monarchy into crisis with their Megxit decision in March 2020.

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