February 4, 2023

The Prince of Wales feels “incredibly upset and very betrayed” by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell Netflix series, and will take it “very personally”, a royal insider has said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex used their Netflix miniseries yesterday to accuse Prince William of yelling and King Charles of lying when they refused to bless the couple’s request for a “half on half” Megxit that would earn them a fortune. while picking and choosing royal duties and keeping all his titles.

Harry alleged that his older brother, now heir to the throne, scared him in January 2020 while ‘yelling and yelling’ at him in front of his father and grandmother as he tried to cut a deal to leave the UK.

Katie Nicholl of Vanity Fair said entertainment tonight “Tempers are running high” and there is “a lot of resentment” in the family about the series, adding: “William will take it very personally. I think he’s incredibly upset and feels very betrayed by his brother.

The Prince of Wales feels ‘incredibly upset and very betrayed’ by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell Netflix series, and will take it ‘very personally’, royal insider says

She described how the couple had “really narrated” their lives in recent years, adding to her family’s “great sense of mistrust”.

She said that a reconciliation between Meghan and Harry and the rest of the royals was “almost impossible”, adding: “They just feel that any reconciliation is not in the cards because they can’t trust that it won’t end up on a TV show or in a book.

In the Netflix series, the sequel to which premiered yesterday, Harry accused Charles of telling lies to his face and Her Majesty of saying nothing at the now-infamous ‘Sandringham Summit’, discussing the ‘heartbreaking’ break with his brother.

He said: ‘It was terrifying to have my brother yell at me and my father say things that just weren’t true. And my grandmother, you know, sit quietly and accept everything.

The Duke of Sussex stated: “I went in with the same proposal that we had already made publicly, but once I got there they gave me five options: one was all in, no change, five was all out.” I chose option three in the meeting: half in, half out. Having our own jobs but also working in support of the Queen. It quickly became very clear that the goal was not up for discussion or debate.’

Harry later claimed that the Palace did not seek his permission to issue a joint statement denying claims that William “bullied” the Sussexes out of the Royal Family. Viewers said that Harry was implying that William did it.

He said: ‘I couldn’t believe it. No one had asked my permission to put my name in a statement like that… [Meghan] burst into a flood of tears, because in four hours they were happy to lie to protect my brother…and yet they were never willing to tell the truth to protect us.’

Prince Harry later claimed that Prince William broke a pact.

Harry alleged that his older brother, now heir to the throne, scared him in January 2020 while 'yelling and yelling' at him in front of his father and grandmother as he tried to cut a deal to leave the UK (pictured)

Harry alleged that his older brother, now heir to the throne, scared him in January 2020 while 'yelling and yelling' at him in front of his father and grandmother as he tried to cut a deal to leave the UK (pictured)

Harry alleged that his older brother, now heir to the throne, scared him in January 2020 while ‘yelling and yelling’ at him in front of his father and grandmother as he tried to cut a deal to leave the UK (pictured)

Referring to his actual communications equipment, Harry said: “William and I saw what happened in our father’s office and we made an agreement that we would never let that happen in our office.”

In episode four of Netflix’s Harry & Meghan, he said: “I’d rather be destroyed in the press than go along with this game or this trading business, and see my brother’s office copy exactly what we promised the two”. of us would never do that was heartbreaking.’

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Meghan added: “We were in this bubble, where everything is controlled by them.” I couldn’t even send a photo to my friends.

“You do what you’re told, but your world is getting more and more like this,” he said, gesturing with the space between his hands shrinking.

She also denied that it was Meghan’s decision to walk away and move to Los Angeles. In fact, it was my decision. She never asked to leave. I was the one who had to see it for myself. But it is misogyny at its finest,” she said.

Meanwhile, the British showed their deep affection for the Prince and Princess of Wales when they arrived at Westminster Abbey last night after having maintained a dignified silence on the series.

Meanwhile, the British showed their deep affection for the Prince and Princess of Wales when they arrived at Westminster Abbey last night after having maintained a dignified silence on the series.

Meanwhile, the British showed their deep affection for the Prince and Princess of Wales when they arrived at Westminster Abbey last night after having maintained a dignified silence on the series.

The couple then said they were ‘blocked’ by royal figures from only speaking to the Queen to discuss emigration, with Harry claiming he was forced to write to his father to tell him that he and his wife were ready to give up their rights. titles if the couple plan. moving to Canada as working royals didn’t work out.

Meghan said: ‘I tried really hard and that’s the part that triggered me, because you say ‘and it still wasn’t good enough…and you still don’t fit in’.

Harry then suggested that William had chosen the future of the Royal Family over his brother.

Harry said: ‘The saddest part was this rift created between me and my brother so that he is now siding with the institution. Part of it, I get it.

That is your inheritance. So, to some degree, it’s already ingrained in him that part of his responsibility is the survival and continuation of this institution.

Harry said coming back for Philip’s funeral was “difficult” in 2021.

He added: ‘Especially spending time talking to my brother and father, who were both very focused on the same misinterpretation of the whole situation.

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None of us wanted to talk about it at my grandfather’s funeral, but we did. And I’ve had to come to terms with the fact that I’m probably never going to get genuine accountability or a genuine apology.

“My wife and I were focused on what comes next.”

Meanwhile, the British showed their deep affection for the Prince and Princess of Wales when they arrived at Westminster Abbey last night and kept a dignified silence about the series.

There were audible cheers from members of the public outside who shouted ‘Kate we love you’ and ‘Prince William we love you’ as they stood in the cold to greet the future king and queen.

Inside the Abbey last night, William, watched by the King, George and Charlotte and more than 15 family members, hailed the “spirit of togetherness” at Christmas in the face of unrelenting attacks from his younger brother and his actress wife.

Poignantly, William read a passage from the late Queen’s 2012 Christmas message in which Her Majesty said she was “always struck by the spirit of togetherness” at Christmas.

It was a time, he had added, ‘when we remember that God sent his only son to serve, not to be served.’ Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have said they will not comment on Harry and Meghan’s claims, and the King is said to be determined never to watch the six-part series.

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