Mike Tindall tells Good Morning Britain he wants Prince Harry ‘to be happy’

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Former England rugby player Mike Tindall was a guest on Good Morning Britain and he revealed he wants Prince Harry "to be happy".

Mike, who is married to Zara Phillips, who is the daughter of Princess Anne, was asked if he had been in touch with the Duke of Sussex, 35, recently.

Being interviewed by video link to talk about the new podcast that he is involved with GMB presenter Adil Ray, asked the 41-year-old to comment on his wife's cousin.

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Adil, who is covering for Piers Morgan, asked: "Prince Harry is very busy being vocal, have you spoken to him? Have you been in touch?"

Mike responded: "They're busy doing what they're doing and I just want them to be happy with what they're doing and be happy with each other.

"He's stressed it's all about his family so you have to support him through that."

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This comes as the new book Finding Freedom, which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex deny having been involved with, is set to be released.

Lines from the book have been coming out in the build up to when it goes on sale.

In it are potentially damaging allegations, including claims that the brothers Prince Harry and Prince William “hardly spoke” for months after one disagreement, came ahead of William’s involvement in the Heads Up FA Cup Final on Saturday, renamed in honour of his mental health campaign.

While there have been rumours of a rift since Harry and Meghan’s 2018 wedding, OK! now learns that Harry, 35, has been feeling frustrated for years about lacking control over his own destiny, something which William, with his devout sense of duty, came to terms with earlier on.

Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe, who earned Harry’s confidence in his bachelor days, says he spotted trouble brewing 12 years ago. “I remember meeting Harry for a drink just after the results of the inquest into his mother’s death were published,” recalls Duncan.

“Harry was absolutely furious that his father’s advisors had put out a statement. That was a sign to me that he has an inbuilt, unresolved anger about having no control of what’s said. This desire to control his own destiny has always been there.”

Duncan adds: “Harry has never been able to shake that resentment of not feeling normal either. It’s a shame that no one has said to him, ‘Your brother wants what’s best for you.’”

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