He wrote: “I’d spent my life dealing with courtiers, scores of them. But now I dealt mostly with just three, all middle-aged white men who'd managed to consolidate power through a series of bold Machiavellian manoeuvres.”
“They had normal names... but they sort more easily into zoological categories. The Bee, The Fly and the Wasp.
“The Bee was oval-faced and fuzzy and tended to glide around with great equanimity and poise, as if he was a boon to all living things.”
Harry recently made a fleeting trip to the UK, but did not use it to attempt to reconcile with his brother.
The Duke of Sussex visited St Georges’ Chapel to commemorate the first anniversary of the late Queen’s death, before attending the WellChild Awards.
Harry then flocked to Dusseldorf for the Invictus Games, the multi-sport event he set up for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.