Harry, William dispute

Prince Harry went nuclear with his brother in his new book, claiming William attacked him after calling Meghan Markle “difficult,” “rude” and “aggressive” shortly before Megxit. Harry William dispute detail is below.

The Duke of Sussex described a stand-up fight which ended with the Prince of Wales grabbing him by the neck and throwing him to the ground, smashing a dog bowl with his back. William then allegedly stated, “I didn’t attack you, Harold.”

In an extraordinary excerpt from Spare’s forthcoming autobiography, leaked to the left-wing Guardian newspaper, Harry recalls what he describes as a physical attack by his brother, who claims he left him with visible injuries, including “scratches and bruises”.The furious dispute reportedly erupted in the kitchen of his London home, Nottingham Cottage, on the grounds of Kensington Palace in 2019.


William is said to have called Meghan ‘difficult’, ‘rude’ and ‘abrasive’ and insisted she was trying to ‘help’ his younger brother during a meeting about ‘all the ongoing catastrophe’ of their failed relationship and fighting. of Harry with the press. .

Harry accused his brother of “repeating the press narrative” about his American wife before a shouting match ensued that ended in a physical altercation, the book states. He claims that he gave the heir to the throne a glass of water and said: ‘Willy, I can’t talk to you when you’re like this.’

Describing what he claims happened next, and insisting that he was scared, the ex-soldier said: ‘He left the water, called me by another name and then came towards me. It all happened so fast. Very fast. He grabbed me by the neck, ripped my collar and threw me to the ground. I landed in the dog bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting me. I stood there for a moment, stunned, then stood up and told him to come out. Harry claims that William urged him to fight back, saying that’s what would happen when they fought as kids.


Cause of Harry, William dispute

But the Duke of Sussex claims he refused, claiming William left and then returned “looking remorseful and apologetic.” William then “turned around and called her back: ‘You don’t need to tell Meg about this.'” Harry claims that he said, “You mean you attacked me?”, to which William replied, “I didn’t attack you, Harold.”

The Duke of Sussex says the first person he spoke to about it was his therapist, over the phone. But he claims Meghan would see the ‘scratch and bruises’ cuts on her back from the dog bowl. He claims his wife “wasn’t that surprised and she wasn’t that angry.” She was terribly sad.’

The excerpt has been published by The Guardian. It is not known how the newspaper obtained an early copy of the book, as publisher Penguin Random House has done everything possible to prevent leaks.


The leak also reveals: There will be an investigation at Penguin publishing house into the leak. An excerpt also made it to Page Six in the US.

Sources previously said that the arrangements for the release of Harry’s ‘explosive’ memoirs were closely guarded and handled in detail, with only a handful of top executives privy to the exact details.

In a dramatic excerpt, Harry writes that William “grabbed me by the throat, ripped my collar and… threw me to the ground.” The Duke of Sussex claims that he was left with a visible back injury.


MailOnline has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment. The brothers, according to Harry, had met to discuss “the whole rolling catastrophe” of their relationship and their struggles with the press.

But the heir to the throne arrived at Nottingham Cottage “very hot”, writes Harry. The duke was living in the house, known as Nott Cott and situated on the grounds of Kensington Palace, at the time of the alleged incident in 2019.

When they started arguing about Meghan, Harry claims that William wasn’t being rational, leading to a shouting match. Harry said that he told his brother that he couldn’t understand why he wasn’t happy with being “the spare”, accusing his brother of acting like an heir. William told him that he was trying to help him.


Harry said, ‘Are you serious? Help me? I’m sorry, is that what you call this? Helping me?’ It was that comment, according to Harry, that angered William, causing him to swear as he walked towards him.

Harry said that he was scared and retreated to the kitchen as William followed, and then Harry claims that he was attacked. He said: ‘I landed in the dog bowl, which broke under my back, the pieces cut me. I stood there for a moment, stunned, then stood up and told her to come out.

It was then that William told his brother to hit him back, a reference to the fights they had as children, Harry writes. The duke said that he refused to retaliate and that William left, before returning with a “sorry look” and apology.


The dramatic excerpt revealed just days before the book’s official release is likely to see a surge in sales. It comes as Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir Spare already sits at No. 2 on Amazon’s best-seller list for pre-orders in North America and the UK.

The Duke of Sussex’s book, due to be published early next week, has long been expected to double down on his attacks on the royal family.

The spare is currently on sale for $22.40 on Amazon in the US and half the price of £14 on the UK site. Spare’s hardback will be in UK bookstores when they open on Tuesday morning, with the eBook edition available to download on Kindle shortly after midnight the same day.


In the United States, which is five to eight hours behind Great Britain, it will be the evening of Monday, January 9, when copies of the e-book will be available on Kindle, at the same time that the clock strikes midnight on Tuesday night. morning in the UK.

Ultra-secure arrangements are in place, with the duke and his publishers doing everything they can to ensure it is released simultaneously around the world next Tuesday.

Prince Harry has been secretly working on the book about his life in the royal family for more than a year as part of a $20 million book deal with Penguin Random House.


He has collaborated with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J.R. Moehringer in an unusual move by a high-ranking member of the royal family. Moehringer will reportedly receive a payment of $1 million for his contribution.

Spare is published in 16 languages, including Chinese, Finnish, Hungarian, Spanish, and Portuguese, but no one was supposed to be able to get an early copy.

While King Charles may be able to avoid the worst of the duke’s wrath, the book was long understood to contain damaging details about his bitter fight with his brother, with William and his wife Kate coming under fire in their 416 pages. Spare tells Harry’s story with “raw, unflinching honesty,” according to Penguin Random House.


Publishing sources said that the arrangements for the publication of Harry’s ‘explosive’ memoirs were closely guarded and handled in detail, with only a handful of top executives privy to the exact details.

Deliveries to bookstores are being scheduled at the last minute to prevent the leak of unauthorized copies. Guarded sites around the world have been secured to house copies of the book prior to distribution.

One compared the sophisticated security operation to the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 2007, when JK Rowling was determined her young fans wouldn’t ruin the experience by learning the fate of the boy wizard before reading the seventh and final book. series novel.


An army of guards, satellite tracking systems and legal contracts were deployed to protect the first 10 million copies of the new Harry Potter book. When the finished manuscript was carried by hand from London to New York, a lawyer for the American publisher sat on it during the flight.

When copies were sent to retailers, the trucks were equipped with satellite tracking systems that revealed if any of the vehicles strayed from their intended routes.

Prince Harry and Meghan are said to have signed a $20 million four-book deal with publishing giant Penguin Random House, with the fourth said to be an autobiography of the Duchess of Sussex.


It comes as the royal family is “completely exhausted” with the “flow of misinformation” from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, sources claim.

The comments come in the wake of Prince Harry’s publicity blitz for Spare, during which he claimed his family has “shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile.” He also stated that he “would like to have my father and brother back” in previews of two episodes.Read More.….

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