Prince William has addressed his feud with Prince Harry and suggested their rift has interfered with how the public views the Royal Family.
The remarks come after Harry's move to the US with his explosive Oprah interview and claims against his family in Spare.
In a new interview William has opened up about his role as a royal and said he understands why the public finds it "hard sometimes" to see the point in them.
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William admitted his rift with Harry has gotten more airtime than he would have liked as he highlighted the duties of royals, reports the Times.
Speaking about what the royals do, he said: “We’re all very busy and I think it’s hard sometimes to see what the family bring and what we do.
“But the amount of causes, the interests, the dinners, the meetings, the visits, whatever it is, that we do day in, day out, throughout the year, we’ve always been involved in that. It’s part of what we do.
"It’s trying to spotlight other causes, other people, other interests, and help people where we can. We’ll continue to do that.”
The royals have been hit by continuous scandals following Meghan and Harry's departure and Prince Andrew's bombshell civil sex case.
But William has made his ambitions clear and has set out to end homelessness in the UK.
During his interview, he was asked whether there are plans to build affordable homes on his private estate, the Duchy of Cornwall.
William replied: "Absolutely. Social housing. You'll see that when it's ready. I'm no policy expert, but I push it where I can."
He added that he will start small and plan to expand if the scheme proves to be successful.
"It's all very well doing big gestures, but there's no point if… there's no future to it," he said.
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