Disney+ Royals

How Secret Society of Second-Born Royals Is A Parallel For Prince Harry


It’s a total coincidence that the protagonist of the Disney+ movie, Secret Society of Second-Born Royals is a parallel to Prince Harry… right?

A few months ago, we wrote a piece on how similar the plot of the Netflix holiday movies, A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding and A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby were to Meghan Markle’s transition into royal life. Now, it’s time focus on her husband, Prince Harry. This time, however, we’re comparing the Duke of Sussex with the protagonist of the Disney+ movie, Secret Society of Second-Born Royals.

Now, we found the similarities between Harry and the protagonist, Sam really eerie. However, we doubt that it was intended.

Second-Born Royals Who Believe They Are Useless

One of the most glaring similarities between Sam and Harry are that they are second-born royals. They have older siblings who will one day become monarch.

Sam has her sister, Eleanor who upon her eighteenth birthday will become Queen of Illyria. Harry has his brother, William who will inherit the English throne after their father, Prince Charles becomes king.

Both second-born royals want out of their families as they do not want to live in their more important siblings’ shadows.

Royal Rebels

Sam and Harry are well-established royal rebels.

Harry got into a load trouble when he was younger and still is as an adult. He rebelled his family when he refused to listen to their concerns about his relationship with now-wife, Meghan Markle.

Meanwhile, Sam gets herself arrested with her best friend, Mike and sent to summer school.


Sam and Harry’s behaviour towards their families are seen as disgraceful. Let’s examine…

Harry has done nothing but complain about his status as a second-born royal. While it has long be speculated by some royal followers that his behaviour stems from wanting what his wife is making him do.

Meanwhile, Sam protests against the idea of the monarchy which annoys her mother, Queen Catherine and Eleanor, her sister.

About Author

C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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