Prince Philip ‘didn’t hold grudge’ against Harry’ and ‘sorted him out’ in will
Prince Philip “never held a grudge” and would have "sorted out" Prince Harry in his will, a royal insider has claimed.
The Duke of Edinburgh died aged 99 last month, leading to an outpouring of grief from senior royals.
The Duke of Sussex returned to the UK for the first time since Megxit for his funeral at Windsor Castle.
Philip is believed to have left an estimated £30 million and would have “sorted out” his grandchildren “a while ago”, it is claimed.
A source told The Sun’s Fabulous: “Philip was not the sort of character to punish a grandson [Harry] for misbehaving.
“He was a very fair, even-handed and lovely man. Never held a grudge.”
Philip also reportedly rewarded his private secretary Brigadier Archie Miller Bakewell, his page William Henderson and valet Stephen Niedojadlo.
The trio supported Philip in his final years, and Mr Henderson is believed to have been in Windsor in the two days before his death.
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His children Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward and Prince Andrew were told they could “take what they want” from his collection of books at Buckingham Palace.
However, the majority of his wealth has reportedly gone to the Queen.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson told Fabulous Digital: “This is a personal matter for the family and as such arrangements are private.”
They refused to comment further when approached by the Daily Star.
Earlier this month, a House of Lords peer reportedly asked the Government to publish Philip’s will and “guard against fraud” within the royal estate.
On May 22, the Queen wore a gift from her late husband for her first solo engagement as a widow to visit the crew of the Royal Navy’sHMS Queen Elizabeth.
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Her Majesty's visit to meet aircraft carrier crew in Portsmouth was the first official trip she has made since his passing.
In a fitting tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh – who gave up his career in theRoyal Navywhen she ascended the throne – the Queen wore a Scarab Brooch which was a gift from him.
Commodore Steve Moorhouse and Captain Angus Essenhigh were the first to meet the Queen who landed on HMS Queen Elizabeth via a helicopter.
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