Prince Harry Is ‘Very Sad’ About Being ‘At Odds’ With Brother Prince William Following the Release of ‘Spare’
He misses his brother. While Prince Harry is happy about the release of his new memoir, Spare, he is sad that his relationship with brother Prince William is still strained. “Harry is extremely relieved that the book is finally out and that people can read his version of events for themselves,” a source exclusively reveals in the latest issue of Us Weekly. “It makes him very sad that he and William are so at odds.” In his best-selling book, which hit bookstores on Tuesday, January 10, the Duke of Sussex, 38, talks about his relationship with the Prince of Wales, 40, and how it has strained over the years . In one excerpt, Harry recalls an alleged physical altercation between him and William in 2019, where the Prince of Wales “grabbed” him by the collar and broke his necklace before knocking him “to the floor”. While Spare made headlines last week for his intimate details about the loss of his mother Princess Diana, his and Meghan Markle’s departure from the royal family and intense arguments with his father and brother, the Invictus Games founder reiterated that he still hope to agree. with his family. “Forgiveness is 100 percent a possibility because I would like to have my father back. I’d like to get my brother back,” Harry said in an interview with ITV, which aired on January 8. “Right now, I don’t know them, as much as they probably don’t know me.” Prince Harry, Prince William. Phil Harris/AP/Shutterstock William, for his part, is “absolutely horrified” by what was written about him and his wife, Kate Middleton, a second insider told us exclusively earlier this week. “He doesn’t even know his brother anymore,” the source revealed. “He wants to believe that there is still hope for peace on the line, but it is difficult. The fact that Harry has been so rude and insulting to him, his wife, his father and the monarchy as a whole is just appalling and he doesn’t see how Harry can return to the group in any capacity now.” King Charles III, meanwhile, is “anxious” to tell all about his youngest son and is “angry and outraged that Harry aired so many embarrassing and damaging statements” about the royal family, the source said. insider. On Thursday, January 12, another source revealed to Us that Charles, William and other royals are in “ongoing conversations” about “how to handle” what Harry has revealed in the book and interviews he has done since since its publication, but they speak on the phone and have met in person numerous times with Harry at the top of the agenda,” the insider explained. “They will likely continue to disrespect his comments. Watch the exclusive video above for more on how Harry feels about his continued conflict with William — and pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now.