In new episodes of their documentary series that came out on December 15, 2022, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan said that his older brother Prince William screamed at him during a summit about his future. In the last three episodes of the Netflix series, Harry also claimed that William’s advisors, now heir to the throne, were complicit in bad media coverage of the marriage and blamed the media for Meghan’s miscarriage.
“It is a dirty game. There are leaks, but there are also stories that are planted, “said Harry. “So if the comms (communications) team wants to get rid of a bad story about their principal, they will trade and give you something about someone else’s principal.”
Harry said that he and William had seen what happened to their father’s office when his first marriage to their mother, Princess Diana, fell apart in front of the media while both sides were giving their side of the story. They agreed that it would never happen again. Harry said, “I would much rather get ruined in the press than participate in this game or this trading business.” “It broke my heart to see my brother’s office do the same thing we both swore we’d never do.”As Harry and Meghan are officially known, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from royal duties in March 2020, saying they wanted to forge new lives in the United States away from media harassment.
He recounted details of a crisis summit held at the Sandringham estate three months earlier he attended along with the late Queen Elizabeth, Charles, and William.
“It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father says things that just simply weren’t true, and my grandmother quietly sits there and sort of takes it all in,” he said.
Buckingham Palace and William’s office, Kensington Palace, said they would not comment on the documentaries.
A royal source also said neither the palace nor representatives of William or other royals had been approached for comment for the series itself, contradicting a Netflix statement that said they had declined to comment. The episodes were aired only hours before Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate, as well as other royals, attended a carol service at London’s Westminster Abbey, which will also be dedicated to the late queen, whose funeral was held there in September.