Prince Harry forced to reveal his feud with King Charles and William in Spare
Prince Harry, in his brand new interview, claimed he didn’t want the world to know ‘about the feud with his King Charles III and Prince William.
The Duke of Sussex – in conversation with The Telegraph’s Bryony Gordon – said he had decided not to include several elements in ‘Spare’, adding that the “hardest part” was deciding what to take out of the book.
He said the original transcript of his autobiography was twice as long as the final 416-page draft. Much of the content he decided not to include, the Duke of Sussex said in a recently published interview, concerned interactions between himself, Prince William and King Charles.
“There are things that have happened, particularly between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know about,” the Duke explained.
Harry said he was completely uninterested in disclosing some of his interactions with his closest royal relatives, adding he doesn’t think the couple would “ever forgive me” if they made the disclosures.
The comments from Meghan Markle’s husband sparked backlash as some questioned who made Harry point out his feud with King Charles and William.