In his memoirs
Prince Harry calls brother William a ‘nemesis’
Prince Harry is promoting his memoirs “Reserve” and giving several interviews. In a new excerpt, he makes it clear how ambivalent his relationship with his brother, Crown Prince William, is.
Prince Harry gave an interview about his memoirs to US breakfast television “Good Morning America”.
The British royal family is trembling before Tuesday, January 10: Then the memoirs of Prince Harry (38) appear with “Reserve”. Above all, Harry’s brother, Crown Prince William (40), is likely to be under fire. This is also shown by a newly published interview excerpt.
“There’s a quote in the book where you refer to your brother as your ‘beloved brother and nemesis’. Strong words, »says interviewer Michael Strahan (51) in a short teaser on the interview that the son of King Charles III. (74) with “Good Morning America”. Harry’s response isn’t shown in the preview, but he says, “Ultimately, I don’t think we can ever be at peace with my family if the truth doesn’t come out.” The full talk will air Monday morning US time.
William had become violent
The scene appears while various contents of the new book have already been leaked. Among other things, Harry writes in “Spare” (original title of his memoirs) that Prince William had become violent towards him. The reason for this was a conversation about Duchess Meghan (42). William described her as “rude”, “aggressive” and “difficult”. Then it came to fisticuffs: “William grabbed my collar, tore my necklace and pushed me to the ground.” Harry was injured, he writes.
The publisher of the book is doing everything possible to ensure that not too much of the content of the memoirs finds its way to the public before the publication date next Tuesday. Nevertheless, some excerpts have already become known, since the book was already sold in Spain by mistake and British media are quoting from it. Harry dedicates his book to his wife Meghan, son Archie (3), daughter “Lili” (Lilibet, 18 months) and “of course my mother”, Princess Diana (1961-1997). (imh)
Interview with US broadcaster CBS: “Do you want to return as a senior royal?”(00:22)