Prince Harry accuses Prince William of physical attack in book – – THE INFORMANTI

Prince Harry says his brother William physically assaulted him in a new memoir. Seeing as you have Spare.

The news story reported that the book is a disagreement between the two over Prince Harry’s wife Meghan

“He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and he knocked me to the floor,” the Guardian quotes Harry.

Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace both refused to comment when asked.

The same thing seems to be happening with the prince and King’s palaces during this whole controversy. There has been no response from either of them, so the controversy may die down sooner.

Meanwhile, there’s a clip from an ITV interview coming soon in which Prince Harry refuses to say if he’ll come to coronation in May.

He says there is a lot “that can happen between now and then” and the “ball is in [the Royal Family’s] court”.

The Guardian says it obtained a copy of Prince Harry’s memoir before its release date, but the book won’t be published until next Tuesday.

The book has, however to many’s surprise, been accidentally made available for purchase in Spain five days before its peak date. The Spanish translation; “En la Sombra” can be loosely translated as “In the shadow”.

The autobiography isn’t being released in the UK until A Certain Date.

According to The Guardian, the book “claims” (is reporting) that the row was sparked by comments Prince William made to Prince Harry at his London home in 2019.

The newspaper reports that Harry’s brother, William, had some very negative comments about the Queen of England’s future daughter-in-law. The Royal Family has refused to comment on this story.

It appears that the Duke of Sussex has called his brother ‘parroting the press narrative’ and added that as the confrontation escalated, he was also reportedly describing what happened next.

“He set down [a glass of] water, called me another name, then came at me. It all happened so fast. So very fast.

“He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and he knocked me to the floor.

“I landed on the dog’s bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting into me. I lay there for a moment, dazed, then got to my feet and told him to get out.”

Harry has written that William left, but then looked sorry & apologetic and apologised, the Guardian said.

It’s said that Harry remained behind to finish writing the letter and when he finished, his brother turned to him and said “tell Meg about this”.

“‘You mean that you attacked me?’

“‘I didn’t attack you, Harold,’” Prince William is said to have responded.

His name is not short for Harold. His full name is: Henry Charles Albert David.

Photos show Harry with a dark necklace at the Invictus Games and on other foreign tours with Meghan as recently as September 2019.

The revelation of a family fight at the very centre of the monarchy is not promising and seems difficult to reconcile.

This still remains to be the territory of an acrimonious divorce rather than reconciliation.

Separately, a new memoir claims that Prince William laughed when he saw his brother dressing up as a Nazi at a gemein dress party back in 2005. The New York Post says it originally appeared as a rumor in the Daily Mail.

Harry was 20 the first time he wore this outfit in public.

The New York Post reported that Prince Harry asked Prince William and Catherine his future wife whether he should wear a Nazi costume or a pilot’s uniform to attend an event in the US. The pair reportedly laughed and told him to wear the Nazi costume.

Martin Pengelly, a journalist for the Guardian’s US website who wrote its report on Harry’s book, declined to comment on whether he had reached out to William’s communication team.

The reporter said that his article was “a report on Harry’s book, which he’s written – it’s Harry’s account”.

Prince Harry spoke about his difficult relationship with his brother, which is why people are worried that this excerpt leaked. Random House has yet to confirm whether the excerpts they leaked were genuine.

And the Duke called William his “beloved brother and arch-nemesis” in his memoir, according to an interview with Good Morning America on January 18th.

Harry has said in an interview that there has been an everlasting competition between himself and Charles and this dynamic is what forms the very basis of the book’s title.

The concept of the “heir and the spare” dates back centuries in royal circles and refers to the continuation of the royal bloodline: the first son and heir the one who inherits the throne, the second son therefore a spare should anything happen to the first-born.

In Harry & Meghan: The Royal Wedding, Prince Charles tells his brother William & father (now King) about a meeting he attended with the late Queen Victoria.

He was speaking about the conference in 2020 and he said “It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me and my father say things that just simply weren’t true, and my grandmother quietly sit there and sort of take it all in.”

The Guardian recounts a meeting between Charles, then the prince of Wales, and Prince William after their grandfather’s funeral in April 2021.

If this leak is accurate, the most poignant image must be of King Charles caught in the middle, asking his warring sons not to make his life a “misery”

With a book deal worth over $3 million, Spare was believed to be subject to extreme secrecy. Few details are known about what it is actually about.

“For Harry, this is his story at last,” “Penguin Random House” said in a publicity statement back in October.

Archewell, the company founded by Harry and Meghan, has not commented on news of the book.

This is confusing. Harry reportedly told ITV’s Tom Bradby: “they’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile”, but it was not clear who he was referring to. Buckingham Palace declined to comment on this.


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