There's no doubt that Prince Harry is paving a new way for the British Royal Family.
Gone are the days of stiff upper lip, and sticking to tight boundaries.
Today, we're enlightened by their real-life struggles, pain and strong family unit.
The 32-year-old recently sat down with Newsweek for one of the most thought-provoking interviews of this year.
The article explored every facet of the Prince's life, touching on one of his greatest hardships—the loss of his mother and how he found a comforting solace in his friendship with his sister-in-law, Duchess Catherine.
Talking to Angela Levin, he shared how his brother's wife, Duchess Catherine, helped him in unimaginable ways.
"There was no filling the hole left by Diana's death, and Harry seemed to be growing up without someone emotionally available he could lean on," the article reveals.
"Kate has helped fill some of that gap. When she and William got engaged, Harry called her the big sister he never had. He often pops into their apartment at Kensington Palace, where she cooks him a meal—roast chicken is reportedly a particular favorite."
The royal trio all live together at Kensington Palace in London.
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Prince Harry lives in a two-bedroom cottage on the grounds, while Wills and Kate live in a 22-room apartment in the palace itself.
The fact that they're physically so close to one another has been a definite win in their friendship.
“Kate has quite a different relationship with Harry than she has with William. Harry appeals to her sillier side because he is carefree, footloose and loves banter. He finds things funny about people and says so,” a source told the Daily Mail last year.
“Kate also adores the way Harry plays with her children—he is very good with them, a charming big kid and silly uncle.”
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That elbow brush seems to say, "Hey, walk closer to me!"