We have to remember the sibling order. Harry is the second child, the "spare" as they call him. He is kinda like a middle child. Since his older brother is future king and gets all of the attension, Harry has to act out to get attention.
"The pain of spending a week with my brother is well worth it."
– Prince William, on joining Prince Harry for a charity motorcycle ride across South Africa
I am not impressed with this new image of Beatrice. They remind me of that very over-the-top photo of Sarah, her mother, on the cover of the "My Life" autobiography. A bit too much J.Lo and not enough Princess Grace.
I am glad that Beatrice has come out about her problem with dyslexia. As an educator, I cannot tell you how many children give up trying. They are called "dumb" by family and friends alike. Teachers don't know how to help a dyslexic child or do not care about the problem. Often, these children become the "scapegoat" for a teacher's anger, frustration, or stress level.
Maybe Beatrice can be a shining example of what can be accomplished. Dyslexia does not imply unintelligence by any means. Dyslexia, in its simplest terms, means a different way of learning and processing information.
Because the Queen Mum put all her focus on the heir William. Harry wasn't important because he was only the spare. However, the Queen Mum should have known from personal experience how important the spare can be! She married the spare and look what happened!!
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson house hunting in New York
Oct 14, 2005, 12:53 GMT Britain's Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson have been spotted house hunting in New York - sparking rumours their daughter, Princess Beatrice, is moving there.
The former couple, who divorced in 1992, were seen looking around several luxury homes at a smart apartment block near Wall Street.
A source said: "They were looking for the children. Not themselves." It is rumoured Beatrice is planning to spend her gap year in the US and her parents are determined she has a somewhere she can call home during her stay.
The 17-year-old princess, who is dyslexic, recently achieved top grades in her G.C.S.E exams, including two A* marks in history and drama.
The royal, a student at St George's School in Ascot, also got A grades in French and art and B grades for English literature, English language, mathematics and science.
A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said at the time: "She's delighted. The Duke and Duchess of York are so proud of both their daughters but especially Beatrice on the day of these fantastic results."
Beatrice had to take her G.C.S.E exams a year late and received extra classes to help her overcome her reading and writing.