Prince William has resigned himself to the fact that he “has lost his younger brother,” according to a royal source close to the Prince of Wales.
Speaking on his YouTube Channel ‘Neil Sean’s Daily Headline news,’ the royal expert said William sees Harry as “a lost cause”.
Mr Sean remarked: “According to a very good source, William is feeling pragmatic about the entire issue with his brother.
“He feels that he has done everything in his power, his absolute best, to advise and guide Harry.
“Harry decided to take his own advice and now Prince William has told a very good source that he is resigned to the fact that he has lost his younger brother.”
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The royal expert continued: “This is about mistrust. Even if he said let’s forgive and forget, William feels there will always be a nagging feeling that if he lets Harry in, their conversations could be made public down the line.
“William said that, while he misses him, he is focused on raising his three children with his wife Catherine.
“This could change in the future but it goes to show where the brothers are right now. He feels Harry is a lost cause.”
In one of the more explosive revelations in Spare, Harry accused William of physically attacking him during an argument between the pair over Harry’s wife Meghan.
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To promote the book, Harry made a series of solo appearances on ITV, CBS’ 60 Minutes, Good Morning America, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The book, published on January 10, sold 1.43 million copies on its first day of sale in the UK, US, and Canada, making it the fastest-selling nonfiction book of all time.
Meanwhile, a poll this week found that a majority of the British public thinks the Duke of Sussex should be invited to King Charles III’s Coronation on May 6.
The book, published on January 10, sold 1.43 million copies on its first day of sale
Two-thirds of Britons responded to an Ipsos poll for the London Evening Standard by saying they think the Duke should attend the ceremony despite his damaging attacks on the royals.
The poll of 1,001 Britons was carried out between January 18 and 25.
Gideon Skinner, of Ipsos UK, commented: “Despite not being as popular as he once was, most Britons still think Harry should be invited to the Coronation in May, which suggests some hope for reconciliation.”
The Coronation will be part of a weekend of celebrations including a procession from Buckingham Palace, a day of volunteering for the nation, and a concert at Windsor Castle.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK