According to psychic and Real Housewives of Cheshire star Deborah Davies, Prince William is not happy about his younger brother’s upcoming “hapless” memoir.
The Duke of Sussex, 37, and his wife Meghan Markle, 40, who share kids Archie, three, and Lilibet, one together, stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family back in 2020 and moved to California in the US to lead a more private lifestyle.
Since then, they’ve done a public and very telling interview with Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry is now set to release a book, which is, according to Penguin Random House, set to be “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him”.
Now, speaking to the Daily Star, Deborah, has shared her thoughts on how Prince William, 40, feels about it all.
“I think there’s a legal wrangle taking place regarding Hapless Harry’s book that’s due out later this year,” she shared. “I think that William has asked to see the content and has been refused and that’s why William didn’t go to Frogmore to celebrate Lilibet’s birthday.
“I see William as being incandescent with rage towards Harry.”
The signs of a feud between the two was first suggested during a 2019 documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, which interviewed the royal couple as they embarked on a royal tour of South Africa.
In the chat, Harry admitted that he and his brother had “good days and bad days”, but the Prince has since made his opinions heard more clearly in his interview with Oprah – where he said he believes his brother is “trapped” in the monarchy.
While the reported fall-out between the two came as a shock to many, some royal experts have suggested tensions were mounting between them for a while.
One of these people is royal biographer Tina Brown, who alleged that “friction between the brothers escalated over their professional alignments”.
Most recently, there have been rumours that William and Harry were starting to reconnect over FaceTime and WhatsApp, but an attendee at the Queen’s service of thanksgiving allegedly claimed that the pair avoided any contact or interaction whatsoever.
But some suggest that the brothers never got along well at all, including royal expert Ingrid Seward, who says the brothers “never got along particularly well” and that William’s wife, Kate Middleton, tried to “encourage their relationship”.
Speaking with the Mirror, Seward said: “They sat together for TV interviews on their joint causes joshing with each other but they were never very good friends.
“Kate went a long way to encourage their relationship and although William has always looked out for Harry, he feels at the moment there is nothing more he can do.
“Instead, he is concentrating on what he knows he can achieve rather than wasting time on things he can’t change.”