A prominent Royal expert has claimed that the end of the year will see Prince William and Prince Harry embark on an 'epic clash of brands' as they vie for public attention in the US.
It's understood that Prince Harry's much-publicised memoir will finally hit the shelves this Autumn, followed closely by his and Meghan Markle's Netflix documentary.
Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate Middleton will also be in the states in December to present the Earthshot Prize, an award set up by the couple to find solutions for climate change.
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And according to fiery columnist Daniella Elsner, the stage could not be more perfectly set.
Writing in her NZ Herald column, Daniella prophesized that the 'rivalry' would better Shakespeare.
She said: "Eat your heart out, William Shakespeare. Yes, he knew a thing or two about rivalries gone bad, feuding families and the corrosive consequences of human hurts left to fester.
"But could even he have come up with a tale as outrageous as the one the world is going to watch play out in the closing weeks of this year?
"The scene is set for an epic clash of brands, brothers, and approaches to public service, all of which is going to play out on every smartphone and TV screen in the world."
She goes on to opine that the two news cycles will signify 'how dramatically divergent the paths that the Wales brothers have chosen saying 'William will be enjoying the spotlight at a Presidential library while Harry is being paid to let cameras inside his kitchen.'
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