Prince Harry memoir 'will end relationship with William' says Jobson
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According to royal expert Robert Jobson, the release of Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir could be set to add more damage to the already tense relationship between the brothers, even taking away any chance of a reconciliation. The Duke of Sussex and the Prince of Wales have been dogged by rumours of a feud for years, with claims suggesting Prince William had urged his younger brother to take his time building up a relationship with Meghan Markle before getting married.
Speaking on Australia’s Sunrise, Mr Jobson spoke about “what will this book do” and if it will “change anything”.
He said: “My feeling is it will just cause a bit of damage for the new King, but it won’t actually change anything.
“In terms of the relationship between William and Harry, I think that’ll probably be the end of it.”
Mr Jobson also drew a parallel between the Duke of Sussex’s book and King Edward VIII’s memoir, which caused “huge controversy at the time” of publication.
He mentioned Andrew Morton’s controversial book about Princess Diana, which drew from the royal’s own experience to discuss life as a member of the Royal Family.
Mr Jobson said that, although the book was not written by the late Princess, she was “the one that got all the information”.
He added Mr Morton’s book led to “some dramatic events”, such as the “end of the marriage” between Diana and the now-King Charles.
Royal author Katie Nicholl, writing in Vanity Fair in November 2018, claimed that William and Harry first began to ”fall out” during the Christmas period of 2017.
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Ms Nicholl wrote: “According to one of the princes’ mutual friends, there was a fallout last Christmas.
“Harry told William he didn’t think his older brother was doing enough to welcome Meghan into the family.”
The friend said: “Harry felt William wasn’t rolling out the red carpet for Meghan and told him so.
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In a bombshell book, Royals at War, which was written by Dylan Howard and Andy Tillett, it is claimed that William took his younger sibling aside and questioned him if Meghan was “the right one?”, after being cautious over the couple’s fast-growing relationship.
Harry reportedly took his brothe’s remark as a slight and accused William of trying to derail the relationship.
Despite the tense relationship, William and Harry joined forces, in September, following the death of their beloved grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The brothers’, and their wives, stepped out to greet royal mourners lining to streets in Windsor two days after the late monarch’s death.
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