Mr and Mrs Grifter
The problem with the "Royal Family" idea is that it destroys maleness with conformity to nonsensical fictitious "duty." The entire edifice is a fictional creation with no productive value. Yet, it exists. When Harry first decided to walk away, I applauded. The desire to make one's way should be strong in a young man. But with Harry, it was not. The desire was not to make his way independently; it was to be the complaining little brother that couldn't. Harry was never going to compare to his brother; he knew it, so he has decided to become the family complainer and grifter. Harry lives on his father's largesse, but his self-image is so bad he must complain and grift to inflate it to his needs.
I do not need to know anything else about the little grifter prince.