In a revelation that will rock Britain’s royal family, Prince Harry has said in his much-anticipated autobiography, ‘Spare’, that he was physically assaulted by his brother William, now the Prince of Wales, because their relationship with the younger prince Was separated from the marriage. After seeing excerpts from an advance copy of the book, American actor, Meghan Markle reports ‘The Guardian’ newspaper.
Describing a confrontation at their London home in 2019, Harry, Duke of Sussex, says William called Meghan “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive” with what Harry calls a “parrot”.[ing of] The press story “about his American wife,” notes ‘The Guardian’.
In the words of Prince Harry, the confrontation escalated until William “grabbed me by the collar, tore off my necklace, and … threw me to the floor”. Harry and Meghan now live in California, and have continued to embarrass the royal family, first with their interviews with Oprah Winfrey and then with their Netflix series.
In both instances, he suggested the royal family was not only racist, but also orchestrated a barrage of negative media stories MeghanWhich he cited as the main reason for moving out of Buckingham Palace and then going to America.
The extraordinary scene recounted in ‘Spare’, which Prince Harry says left him with a scar on his back, is one of many in the autobiography, which will be published worldwide next week and has caused a serious uproar for Britons. is likely to. royal familyAccording to ‘The Guardian’.
Harry, adds ‘The Guardian’, writes that William wanted to talk about the “complete rolling catastrophe” of their relationship and the conflict with the press.
But when William arrived at Nottingham Cottage – where Harry was then living, in the grounds of Kensington Palace – he was, according to Harry, already “piping hot”.
After William complained about Meghan, Harry writes, Harry told her he was repeating the press story and that he was hoping for the better. But William, Harry says, was not rational, which led to the two men yelling at each other.
Harry, adds ‘The Guardian’, then accuses his brother of acting like an heir apparent, unable to understand why his younger brother was not content to be spared.