World holds breath for William’s response after explosive Harry claim

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Prince Harry’s 416-page explosive memoir is set to be released worldwide on January 10. Although the content of the read remains mostly unknown, the world are anxiously waiting to hear any possible response from the 38-year-old’s brother, Prince William if claims are put out in the book, regarding him or his wife, Kate. According to the Guardian, which says it has seen a copy of the Duke’s upcoming memoir, Spare, Prince Harry claimed that Prince William physically attacked him in his Nottingham Cottage kitchen. The Guardian reported that the book sets out that an argument between the pair had previously taken place over Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle in 2019.


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Prince Harry claims he was attacked by William

Prince Harry writes in Spare, according to the Guardian, that his brother was critical of his marriage to Meghan, with William describing her as “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive”.

Quoting Harry, the Guardian said: “He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and he knocked me to the floor”.

The memoir is set to be released in 16 languages, with the audio version released on the same day, and read by Harry himself.

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