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Prince Harry on William: 'We are on different paths'

BBC News Monday, 21 October 2019
Prince Harry responds to speculation about a rift between him and his brother, William.
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Prince Harry acknowledged during an interview that he and Prince William don't always agree on things and they have chosen different paths.

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