King Charles’ request to his sons
“Don’t make my final years a nightmare”
Prince Harry’s memoir “Reserve” hits stores next week, and the British press is already releasing details from it. Among other things, it is said to be a conversation between King Charles III. and his sons go.
Prince Harry’s long-awaited memoir is out next week.
Prince Harry’s (38) memoirs are scheduled to appear in five days, on January 10, 2023 – after the Netflix documentary “Harry & Meghan”, the British press in particular is expecting revelations that will shake the foundations of the British royal family once again could. As with the streaming format, the first excerpts from the book are known. Just a few hours ago, the “Guardian” quoted a passage in which Harry speaks of physical violence by his brother Prince William (40). Another position now brings the father of the brothers, King Charles III. (74), into play. The monarch is said to have warned the two: “Please boys – don’t make my last years a nightmare.”
According to the Guardian, the scene is said to have happened after the funeral of Prince Philip (1921-2021) in April. King Charles III, whose official title was still Prince Charles at the time, is said to have asked his “warring sons” to come to him at Windsor Castle. Prince Harry remembers the situation in the book: “He looked at our faces, which were flushed with shame.”
“I want my father and brother back”
It is unlikely that at least Prince William and Prince Harry have now reconciled. According to the British press, the memoirs will probably not change this fact very quickly either – however, Harry in particular should wish for an approximation. In an interview to be aired on ITV ahead of the book’s release on Sunday, the Prince of Sussex said: “I want my father back, I want my brother back.” (read)