The tablecloth of the royal brothers Harry and William is cut. The dispute over wife Meghan should be the trigger. As can be seen from the younger brother's autobiography, William is said to have even become violent in a verbal argument.
In his much-anticipated autobiography, Spare, Prince Harry allegedly claims he was physically attacked by his brother Prince William. As the "Guardian" reports in advance about the book, which will be published on January 10, the incident is said to have happened in 2019. Accordingly, the brothers' dispute apparently revolved around Harry's wife, Duchess Meghan.
When his brother threw him to the ground, he landed on the dog bowl, which broke and he cut himself on the shards. "I lay there dazed for a moment, then got up and told him to go." William left, Harry writes according to the "Guardian", then came back and apologized. His brother also asked him not to tell Meghan anything about the incident. Instead, Prince Harry then apparently called his therapist. His wife later noticed "scratches and bruises" on his back, so he told her about the argument. She wasn't very surprised or angry. "She was terribly sad," Harry said.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan moved to the United States in 2020 after their 2018 wedding. They live in California with their two children, Archie and Lilibet. Since stepping down as senior royals three years ago, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have repeatedly made serious allegations against the royal family and the British tabloids. Among other things, in a TV interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021 and most recently in December 2022 in the Netflix documentary "Harry