Prince Harry and Prince William have opposing ways of coping

Prince Harry is ‘impulsive’ and ‘takes everything personally’ while Prince William is ‘level-headed’ and ‘talks about problems’ with Kate Middleton, a source tells Us Weekly

  • Prince Harry, 35, and Prince William, 37, have opposing coping mechanisms 
  • Speaking to US weekly, a source claimed the Duke of Sussex is ‘more emotional’ 
  • They described the Duke of Cambridge as ‘a logical thinker’ and ‘level-headed’
  • It comes amid reports that the royal brothers are still not on good terms  
  • Their rift reportedly deepened after Prince Harry’s move to Canada in January

The Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex have dealt with their fall out differently due to their opposing coping mechanisms, a source has claimed.

A source has revealed how Prince Harry, 35, can be ‘more emotional’ than elder brother Prince William, 37, who is level-headed and talks through problems with wife Kate Middleton, 38.

They told Us Weekly: ‘Harry’s more sensitive and emotional than William – he takes everything so personally. He can be rather impulsive at times’.   

It comes amid reports the brothers’ rift still hasn’t healed and Prince Harry left the country on ‘bad terms’ with Prince William. 

Prince Harry, 35, is ‘more emotional’ and ‘impulsive’ than Prince William, 38, who is ‘level-headed’, a source has told Us Weekly (pictured together in July 2018) 

The Duke of Cambridge relies on wife Kate Middleton’s, 38, advice and confides everything in her, according to the source (pictured together in February) 

While Prince Harry is sensitive and impulsive, the Duke of Cambridge is more logical and doesn’t let things get to him, the source claimed.

They said: ‘That’s not to say William has a heart of steel — he’s actually an incredibly loving and kind man, he just has a different way of dealing with emotions and is more level-headed than his brother.’

Prince Harry considers Meghan Markle, 38, ‘his rock’ and has been openly confiding in her about his mental health struggles since early on in their relationship, they source added.

They also revealed how the royal is now being open about his mental health and grief for his mother Princess Diana because he feels ‘no one should suffer in silence’.  

Prince William and Prince Harry have dealt with their falling out differently due to their opposing coping mechanisms (Pictured with the Duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge to mark the centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey in November 2018)

The brothers have only spoken ‘a couple times’ about ‘business matters’ after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to step back from royal duty last month, they added.

The brother’s rift is said to have begun in 2017 when Prince William warned his younger sibling he was ‘moving too fast’ with Meghan, People magazine reported last week. 

And it is said to have deepened since the Sussexes moved to Canada, with a source revealing: ‘They didn’t leave on good terms by any means, but they are both relieved that it’s over.

‘Perhaps [Meghan and Harry] didn’t think things through exactly as they could have, but they wanted to be happy. Who can blame them for that?’

The rift between the brothers said to have begun in 2017 when Prince William warned his younger sibling he was ‘moving too fast’ with Meghan Markle, People magazine reported last week (Prince Harry and Meghan are pictured together in January at Canada House in London) 

Prince Harry and Meghan are currently living in a £10 million Vancouver Island mansion as they plan their new life outside of The Firm, having stepped back from royal duties in January. 

Harry and Meghan’s resignation as senior royals widened the gulf between the two siblings, with William understood to be ‘incandescent’ over his brother’s blindsiding of the family. 

Prince William was said to be devastated by Prince Harry’s move initially, and said he felt unable to ‘put an arm round’ his younger brother. 

Prince Harry and Meghan are currently residing at the £10 million mansion on Vancouver Island and are said to be enjoying life in Canada 

‘I’ve put my arm around my brother all our lives and I can’t do that any more – we’re separate entities,’ he told a friend, according to a report in the Sunday Times last month. 

Meanwhile Harry and Meghan are believed to be enjoying their time since stepping back from royal duties and making the most of life in Canada.

They said they’d been enjoying taking long walks and doing yoga, while Meghan has been cooking.  

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