In a column entitled “What a Good King Henry Harry would make! (Sorry, William)” Morgan states: “It’s not difficult to like Harry; he’s a young, energetic, handsome, dare-devil,
fun-loving guy with his father’s easy charm and his mother’s natural empathy who seems to enjoy every second of his eventful life.”
William and Harry may be brothers… they are very different people
Morgan has a strong admiration for Prince Harry’s strong work ethic and “can-do” attitude. According to him, “William and Harry may be brothers… they are very different people.”
Harry’s avoided is the mantle of ‘duty’
Morgan writes, “The one thing William’s had to put up with that Harry’s avoided is the mantle of ‘duty’ and the particular pressure and scrutiny which comes with being Britain’s ‘future King.
William’s interviews are toe-curling
“William’s interviews are toe-curling in their awkwardness and rigidity. I don’t say this as a criticism, but as a sad fact.
William has zero interest in revealing anything
“You can tell he has zero interest in revealing anything significant about himself or his family for the delectation of the slathering populous.”
William is missing the key trait a king must possess
In Morgans’ words, William is missing the key trait a king must possess. And he persists to say, “Harry, by contrast, seems to revel in being the only ‘real’ royal out there.
William is covered with satire, passion, tendency and openness
His interviews, and there have been numerous ones to promote “Invictus Games” in the last few months, are covered with satire, passion, tendency and openness.”
He also connects with people
He added, “He also connects with people in a way I haven’t seen since Diana was strutting her stuff on the world stage,” before coming to the conclusion.
Prince Harry would make a great King
“Prince Harry would make a great King. He’d be a very modern, very different one, but that’s essential for maintaining the Monarchy’s appeal going forward.”
Why force this
Morgan ends his article by asking, “Why force this very nice but gauche and, dare I suggest, ever so slightly dull man submit himself to a lifetime of misery?
Especially when there’s someone waiting in the wings who seems so much better suited to the job?”
Harry or William
Harry or William– who do you think would make a better king? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.