Princes Harry, William drifting apart ahead of tell-all memoir release
A source claims that the memoir, named 'Spare', may reflect ties to be severed between the sibling princes.
Media reports reveal that Prince William is “unlikely” to make up with his brother Harry, the Duke of Sussex, allegedly because the former is mad at the latter's behavior and "disrespect" toward Queen Elizabeth II while she was alive.
This comes as Prince Harry is due to release his tell-all memoir next week, which a UK media outlet referenced after citing unidentified sources saying “things are hanging by a thread as it is after the past few months, and from the sounds of it Harry's memoir is unlikely to help.”
A source claims that the memoir, named 'Spare', may reflect ties severed between the sibling princes. “Generally, I think the book [will be] worse for them than the Royal Family expects. Everything is laid bare.
Charles comes out of it better than I expected, but it's tough on William in particular, and even Kate gets a bit of a broadside,” the source stated.
The source added that the book release would lower the probability of reconciliation because the memoir is said to expose Harry's “bitterness and feelings of unfairness” because of his older brother's birthright to become King. That insinuates that Harry has always “played second fiddle to older William.”
Royal family part of racism problem in UK
In light of these recent events, the newest release of Prince Harry and his wife's Netflix series was considered a "betrayal" according to numerous UK media reports that triggered Prince William's anger.
The unidentified source stated that the series "Harry and Meghan" accused the British royals of a “huge level of unconscious bias” towards Meghan. Harry also added that his family constitutes “part of the problem” when it comes to racism in the UK.
After abandoning their royal titles, the pair moved to California in 2020. In March 2021, they went through a tell-all interview with Oprah, as they underlined true life at Buckingham Palace and with the royal family.
With that, Meghan claimed that the royal family didn't protect her from media attacks, adding that a member of the royal household was racist towards the skin color of her firstborn baby.
Speaking in the documentary, Harry said that his brother's staff traded stories with the press about him and Meghan, adding that "I would far rather get destroyed in the press than play along with this game or this business of trading."
"And to see my brother's office copy the very same thing that we promised the two of us would never ever do, that was heartbreaking."
Harry mourned the damaged relationship with his brother, which the public used to regard as unshakeable.
The "saddest part of it was this wedge created between myself and my brother so that he's now on the institution's side. And part of that, I get. I understand, right? That's his inheritance," he said.