According to The Guardian, which claims to have seen a copy of the book Spare written by Prince Harry, there are a lot of details that may put the Royal Family in a very comfortable position. Starting with Prince William physically assaulted his younger brother Prince Harry.
The memoir has that there was an argument between the brothers over Meghan Markle. Additionally, the Guardian writes that, as per the book, the brawl started with an argument at the London home in 2019. Prince William was critical of the marriage with Meghan Markle. He describes the wife of Prince Harry as difficult, rude, and abrasive. As per the Duke of Sussex, Prince William was “parrot[ing] the press narrative,” and the arguments escalated into a physical altercation.
Prince William grabbed the collar of the Duke of Susses, ripped the necklace, and knocked him to the floor. “I landed on the dog’s bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting into me. I lay there for a moment, dazed, then got to my feet and told him to get out.”
William left but soon returned “looking regretful, and apologised.” Additionally, he asked Harry not to tell Markle about it. Vehemently denying that he attacked the younger prince.
Furthermore, when Harry requested a suggestion for the outfit in 2005, it was Prince William and his future wife Catherine who suggested he wear a Nazi uniform for the fancy dress party.
Additionally, Harry also accuses King Charles of making cruel and sadistic jokes about Prince Harry’s real father. He says, “Pa liked telling stories, and this was one of the best in his repertoire. He’d always end with a burst of philosophizing….Who knows if I’m really the Prince of Wales? Who knows if I’m even your real father?” Harry writes. “He’d laugh and laugh, thought it was a remarkably unfunny joke, given the rumor circulating just then that my actual father was one of Mummy’s former lovers: Major James Hewitt. One cause of this rumor was Major Hewitt’s flaming ginger hair, but another cause was sadism.”
Prince Harry denies the claim that Major Hewitt was his father. He wrote, “my mother didn’t meet Major Hewitt until long after I was born.”