‘He’s not the good old Harry any more,’ Arthur said.
‘He is certainly the Duke of Sussex now.’
Arthur went on to say that Harry was ‘very protective’ of Meghan.
‘I think Harry would have told her the downside of being in the royal family and there is a lot of downsides,’ he said.
While Harry’s chivalrous behaviour won’t come as a surprise to those who’ve seen the popular royal in action, it has previously been reported that Meghan is the one who showcases ‘protective moves’ towards Harry.
In the couple’s first appearance since their wedding day, photos showed Meghan rubbing Prince Harry’s back and placing a hand around him as they walked together side-by-side.
Author and body language expert Judi James told The Sun Meghan displayed a ‘comfortable transition into her new role as a royal’.
‘In a loving relationship like Meghan and Harrys it's more about steering, reassurance and loving concern but it still places Meghan in a more confident and dominant role, possibly in a lovingly quasi maternal way,’ Judi said.
‘She seems to be offering caring and reassurance to Harry after his birthday speech to his father but it's interesting to see her in this mode so soon after their wedding and suggests a very comfortable transition into her new role as a royal.’