According to royal fans, Prince Harry chose a life of “whining, bitterness and laziness,” unlike Princess Anne, who “thrived” in her role as a “spare.”
The cover of the Duke of Sussex’s long-awaited memoir, titled ‘Spare’, was unveiled on Friday.
Prince Harry was a spare to his older brother Prince William until the birth of his own child, while Prince Andrew was a spare to Prince Charles, though he was born after Princess Anne.
One Twitter user wrote: “Prince Harry could have thrived in the role of ‘spare’ as Princess Anne did.
“She has earned public respect for her work ethic. Harry could have learned something from her!
“Sadly, Harry chose a life of whining, bitterness and laziness.”
‘The Rumble Online’ also called the title of the prince’s memoir ‘Tiny Thing’.
“Our only comment on the book: Princess Anne was a reserve for King Charles…and has ruled it ever since,” the account said.
“So… it’s not the title that’s boring, it’s the person, isn’t it??”
Known as Princess Royal, Anne has been praised by her fans for never complaining about the demotion of her successor.
The 72-year-old reigning royal also received worldwide support and admiration for her contributions to the Queen’s funeral.