Prince Harry's silence after Camilla's title announcement 'noticeable' – 'Not much warmth'
The Queen paved the way to Camilla becoming Queen Consort following Prince
Charles's accession to the throne by issuing a statement on February 5, in which she
clearly expressed her wish regarding the Duchess' future title. The only royal household
to publicly react to the extraordinary news was Clarence House, with Prince Charles
issuing a statement and Camilla speaking about the honour in an interview a few days later.
On the other hand, Prince William and Prince Harry did not congratulate the Duchess with a public message.
This was noticed by royal author Andrew Morton, who described the brothers' silence as "interesting".
Focusing on Prince Harry's lack of public reaction, the author of the newly-released
biography 'The Queen' told Express.co.uk: "It's noticeable that, I don't think, Harry sent her a message of congratulations."