According to The Guardian, in 2019 William confronted Harry about Meghan at their London home.
William called Meghan “difficult,” “rude,” and “abrasive” to which Harry defended his wife saying that was a “parrot[ing of] the press narrative.”
The two began arguing and tensions escalated to the point of William grabbing Harry by the collar, ripping his necklace, and pushing him to the floor where he landed on his dog’s food bowl causing visible injuries to his back.
Harry and William’s tumultuous relationship
It is clear from the alleged story of Prince William pushing Prince Harry, the two brothers butt heads often.
But according to The Guardian, there are plenty more that depict the brothers' tumultuous relationship.
In one part of Spare, Harry recounts his grandfather, Prince Phillip's, funeral where King Charles "stood between" Harry and William and said "Please, boys. Don’t make my final years a misery.”
In an upcoming interview with Michael Strahan for Good Morning America, Harry calls his brother his "beloved brother and arch nemesis".
\u201cPrince Harry called his own brother William his \u201carch-nemesis\u201d according to a new interview.\n@michaelstrahan from @GMA quotes the phrase about the Prince of Wales from Harry\u2019s book, Spare (but we don\u2019t hear Harry\u2019s response).\nWatch here \ud83d\udc47\u201d
The Guardian reports that Harry’s resentment toward being "the spare" is "the unifying theme of his book.”
Early in the book, Harry tells the story of the day he was born, saying his father, King Charles III supposedly told his mother, Princess Diana, “Wonderful! Now you’ve given me an heir and a spare – my work is done.”
Harry killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan
The Telegraph reported that part of Harry’s book is dedicated to his time in the Army where he revealed that during his second tour in Afghanistan, he killed 25 people, thought to be Taliban fighters.
“It’s not a number that fills me with satisfaction, but nor does it embarrass me,” a quote from the book says.
Harry admits to “using cocaine” as a teenager
Once known as a party boy, the Duke of Sussex admitted that he used cocaine when he was young.
“Of course, I had been taking cocaine at that time,” he wrote. “At someone’s house, during a hunting weekend, I was a offered a line, and since then, I had consumed more.”
He admits that it did not make him feel happy.
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