Prince William and Prince Harrys relationship is beyond repair says royal writer

Prince William and Prince Harrys relationship is beyond repair says royal writer


There is "no going back" for Prince William and Prince Harry, says Royal writer Omid Scobie, as he claims the brother's relationship is broken beyond repair.

The brother's relationship has been in a downward spiral since 2019, and has only worsened following the release of the Duke of Sussex's book Spare, which was rather critcal of his brother, whom he accused of once "physically assaulting" him.

Now Omid has tole People Magazine, that the Prince of Wales sees Harry as a "defector, and that some within the Royal institution view him as a "threat to the Crown."

He also claimed that Prince William is prioritising his loyalty to the Crown and is allegedly working with the UK press to undermine Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.

In his new book Endgame, set to be released on 28 November, Omid delves deeper into the brother's fall-out, including how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were "kept in the dark" about the death of his grandmother, the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Omid writes that Harry was "crushed" when he heard the news, reportedly from a BBC news report rather than from any of his reliatives.

He writes that Harry "remained in the dark" about his grandmother's ill-health, and felt "completely by himself" as he travelled to Balmoral in her final hours.

Omid's claims come just a day after Harry reportedly shared a warm phone call with his father King Charles, to wish him a happy 75th birthday,

The Telegraph reported that the Duke of Sussex surprised his "Pa" with a phone call after months of minimal contact, with the pair planning to have another phone call next week.

It was also reported that Prince Charles had a conversation with Meghan Markle, and little Archie and Lilibet recorded a cute video singing 'Happy Birthday' to their granddad.

Earlier on his birthday, Charles was sent a special message from Prince William and Kate Middleton via social media.

The post was shared with the couple's 14.9 million followers and contained three images of the monarch over the years, with a caption reading: "Wishing His Majesty The King a very happy 75th birthday!"

And later in the day the Prince and Princess of Wales attended the King's birthday celebrations, held at his beloved Clarence House.

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