According to a story from The Guardian on Monday, Prince Harry has written a new memoir in which he makes the allegation that his brother, Prince William, lashed out at him and physically attacked him during a heated dispute about the siblings’ failing relationship.
The publication said that it had gotten a preview copy of the next book, Spare, which is scheduled to be released the following week.
According to the report, Harry describes an altercation that took place in 2019 at his residence in Kensington Palace, in which he claims that William labeled Harry’s wife, the former starlet Meghan Markle, “difficult,” “rude,” and “abrasive.” According to what was written in the press, Harry states that William took his brother by the collar & ripped his necklace before knocking him down.
According to the excerpt that was taken from the book, “I landed on the dog’s bowl, which fractured beneath my back, the bits biting into me.” “I lay there for a bit, stunned, before getting to my feet and telling him to get out of there,” she said.
According to the text, William apologized in the future.
The office of Prince William at Kensington Palace as well as Royal Palace, which represent King Charles III, have both refrained from commenting on the allegations.
The Royal Family has been thrown into disarray as a result of recent public discoveries and claims made by Harry and Meghan, which are expected to be published in a book that will be made available on Tuesday.
The narrative sheds light on the history of the word “spare.”
In May 2018, Harry, age 38, and Meghan, age 36, tied the knot at Windsor Castle. Within a few years, the couple gave up their royal responsibilities and fled to California, claiming what they saw to be the prejudiced treatment of Meghan by the media and a lack of backing from the palace.
Since then, they have given their side of the story in an interview with Oprah Winfrey and in a six-part Netflix documentary that was released last month. The documentary recounted the couple’s tumultuous relationship with the media in the United Kingdom as well as their estrangement from the Royal Family, which included a brief stay in British Columbia.