Prince William Is Said To Hate This Prince Harry Attack On Princess Kate The Most
Prince Harry made a lot of remarkable claims about Prince William and his wife in his memoir “Spare.” While William and Harry’s relationship were already said to have reached new lows prior to the publication of “Spare” – Oprah tell-all interview and Netflix docuseries did their part – “Spare” was like an eye-opener for William in many ways.
Harry Wasn’t Happy About Being Born Second Rather Than Being Direct In Line To The Throne.
In fact, this reality was so alive in Harry’s mind he proclaimed himself a useless organ donor, bred to make sure the future king had spare organs should he ever need them. Perhaps that’s why he felt like damaging it with drugs.
That’s besides the point. The point was that his ludicrous claims might not only have hurt William so deeply, but might actually keep him from ever having a meaningful relationship with his brother again.
Royal Expert Reveals Point In “Spare” Prince William Found Most Disgusting
Prince Harry’s 2018 wedding was a fairytale; a British Prince and an American actress. Five years and two children later and they’re still going strong. No one’s accusing him of not marrying for love, except for the fact that he’s accusing others of not being so.
In the Netflix docuseries, Harry said that members of the royal family often face a “temptation or an urge to marry someone who [they are] perhaps destined to be with.”
In doing so, he hinted that several members married spouses that will be good for the job, and not who they truly treasured. He reiterated this in “Spare.”
This, of course, turned out to be the most scathing claim brought forth by Harry against William or Princess Kate.
Several members of the firm concluded that he was either talking about William or was grouping him together with their father.
“On top of all the other breaches of trust, here was Harry making a blatant attack on Catherine,” Hardman wrote in one passage. “For William, this was the lowest of the low.”
William and Kate’s love story began when they were freshmen at St. Andrews college. Ten years later they tied the knot at Westminster Abbey. They’ve since welcomed three children: Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.
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