Prince Harry claims his brother Prince William “felt enormous guilt” about not talking about his father’s affair with Camilla Parker Bowles.
The Duke of Sussex writes in his explosive memoir, Spare, that his mother, Princess Diana, “was bad at maths” when she was born in 1995. she told Martin Bashir that there were “three people” in this marriage.
“She left me and Willy out of the equation,” the 38-year-old writes in the book, which hits US shelves on January 10. “Of course, we didn’t understand what was happening with her and the father, but we intuited enough, we felt the presence of the Other Woman, because we suffered downstream.
Harry claims that his brother “long suspected another woman” who Charles would eventually marry in 2005. in April
“[It] confused him, tortured him, and when those suspicions were confirmed, he felt great guilt for not doing anything, not saying anything earlier,” he writes.
Although Harry says he is too young to suspect his father’s affair, he “couldn’t help but feel a lack of stability, warmth and love in our home”.
A spokesperson for the Chamber told Page Six that it would not comment on any of the allegations in the book.
In another installment of the memoir, the royal renegade made the shocking revelation that he and William begged their father not to marry Camilla.
“Despite Willy and I urging him not to, Dad went ahead. We shook his hand, wished him luck. No hard feelings,” Harry writes.
“We accepted that he would finally be with the woman he loved, the woman he always loved.”
The Duke also claims in the book that his father publicly joked about rumors that he was not Harry’s “real” father, and claims that after he was born, Charles told Diana that his “job” was done.
In Harry’s new memoir
Along with many stories about his father, Harry takes aim at his brother in the upcoming memoir, also claiming he physically assaulted him during a row over his wife Meghan Markle, which left him with a visible back injury.
“Everything happened so quickly. So very fast. He grabbed me by the collar, tore off my necklace and knocked me to the floor,” he writes.
“I landed on the dog’s pelvis, which cracked under my back, pieces went into me. I lay dazed for a moment, then stood up and told him to leave.
Harry also claims that William and his wife Kate Middleton encouraged him to wear a Nazi uniform in 2005. at a party and “shouted with laughter” when she saw him wearing it.