‘Prince Harry SHOUTED at William when he questioned relationship with Duchess’, book claims


New book and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan sees writer Chrisopher Andersen allegedly speak to new palace sources that share additional information on the reported rift between Princess Diana’s sons.

According to Page Six, “Prince Harry was so incensed when his older brother, Prince William, questioned his fast-moving romance with Meghan Markle that he blurted out, ‘Who the hell do you think you are?’”

 “The alleged outburst in September 2017 happened when Harry indicated that he was about to propose to his American girlfriend,” the story continued, “prompting William to ask, ‘Why rush things?’”

According to Andersen, people close to Harry were concerned about how shortly this came after he went on a blind date with Markle in July 2016.

“One of the skeptics was his uncle, Earl Spencer—the brother of the late Princess Diana—whom William drafted to underscore his opinion that the lovebirds should slow down,” Page Six reported.

But Andersen says William dragging their uncle in to the feud made “matters far worse” between the brothers – and the author claims Harry was “furious that his brother was actively seeking to have others interfere in his personal affairs.”

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  • Prince Harry writes letter saying he ‘wishes he could help’ veterans

    PRINCE Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    Harry served for ten years in the Armed Forces, touring Afghanistan twice and rising to the rank of Captain.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • Andrew’s angst

    Andrew famously claimed in the interview he was medically unable to perspire, a response to Virginia’s account of an alleged sweaty dance in London.

    And he claimed a photo of him with his arm round Virginia – said to have been taken in Maxwell’s home – could have been doctored as he’d never met her.

    It comes after Andrew was spotted looking anxious as Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking case continues.

    The Duke of York, 61, was horseriding near Windsor Castle on Thursday.

    The US court has seen a pic of paedo Jeffrey Epstein and Maxwell at the Queen’s Balmoral estate.

  • Rare photo of Phillip and great-grandchildren

    A similar family photo is situated next to this one – which the family released following Prince Philip’s passing in April.

    The adorable snap was taken by Kate Middleton at Balmoral Castle in 2018.

    Cradled in the arms of the Queen is Prince Louis – a rare image of the monarch holding one of her great-grandchildren.

    The full line-up of royal children includes William and Kate’s children Prince George and Princess Charlotte either side of the Queen.

  • Thomas Markle slams Meghan’s budget salad claims

    Meghan’s dad has blasted her claims she grew up on salads at a budget restaurant.

    Thomas Markle, 77, also called Harry a candyass, a timid or cowardly person, for quitting the UK.

    Meghan tried to highlight her humble roots to push for paid parental leave by saying in a letter to US politicians in October she “grew up on the $4.99 salad bar” at Sizzler family restaurants.

    But Thomas, speaking from his home in Rosarito, Mexico, told The Sun: “She’s never, ever, ever had to worry about anything like that in her life.

    “We’d do the best restaurants in town and we’d do Sizzler because it was convenient. We never had to rub our pennies together and just have the salad bar.

    “She had the salad bar — but she had a meal as well.”

  • Queen ‘left in the dark’ over Prince Andrew’s sex assault defence strategy

    THE Queen has reportedly been “left in the dark” over Prince Andrew’s defence strategy on his sex assault claims – despite forking out for his legal fees.

    The Duke of York reportedly has had “little or no discussion” with senior royals including Prince Charles and Prince William over accusations against him.

    Sources told the Mirror Andrew has been “less than forthcoming” about how he plans to fight allegations made by Virginia Giuffre.

    A palace insider said: “Everyone from the very top has been left in the dark.”

    Andrew, 61, is battling a lawsuit filed by Jeffrey Epstein sex slave Virginia Roberts Giuffre which claims he sexually abused her three times in 2001 when she was 17.

    The royal strongly denies the offences.

  • Hindered without title

    Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • Who is Thomas Markle?

    Thomas W Markle, the father of the actress and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is of Dutch-Irish origin and is 76 years old.

    He was the son of Doris May Rita and Gordon Arnold Markle and has two brothers.

    Thomas was raised in Newport, Pennsylvania.

    He is a former television lighting director working on iconic US shows including Married with Children and General Hospital.

    Thomas Markle married Doria Ragland in 1979.

    The family settled down in The Valley, LA, but Thomas and Doria split in 1987.

    Meghan was six years old at the time.

    He now is retired and living in Rosarito, Mexico.

  • Queen will have ‘formal’ Christmas with Harry & Meghan expert claims

    THERE might be thousands of miles separating them this Christmas – but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will still find a way to celebrate the festive season with The Queen, an expert has claimed.

    Earlier this month, royal correspondent Neil Sean discussed how the Royal Family will be marking Christmas this year on his YouTube channel.

    The Queen is expected to spend her first Christmas since Prince Philip passed away at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk surrounded by her close family – including Prince William and Kate Middleton.

    That said, the expert claims Her Majesty will still make an effort to include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – who now live in Montecito, California – in the celebrations.

    Neil claimed: “There will be some gifts but it will be very formal.

    “[The Queen] is far too gracious to be childish and not include [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the gift package.”

  • William kept touching promise to Kate

    This year, Prince William and Kate Middleton opted for a summery photo from their family holiday to Jordan – and it turns out, there’s a very special reason behind it.

    In the early 1980s, the Duchess of Cambridge’s father Michael was relocated to Jordan while he was working as a pilot for British Airways.

    The Middleton family lived in the country’s capital city Amman for two years before moving back to the UK in 1986 and settling in Berkshire.

    Three years ago, Prince William travelled to the country for his five-day tour of the Middle East – but sadly, the Duchess had to miss the trip as she had only just welcomed Prince Louis.

    In a sweet nod to the Duchess, the organisers of the event had a photo of her with her father and sister Pippa on display at the exact spot she had visited as a girl.

    At the time, Prince William proudly posed for a photo overlooking the ruins and said: “Need to come back with the family for this shot.”

  • Lizzie Cundy says Meghan ghosted her

    Lizzie Cundy, the former footballer’s wife revealed she too had been ‘ghosted’ by the former actress.

    Lizzie told The Sun at the TRIC Christmas Lunch: “I’m not surprised Prince Charles is disappointed.

    “Prince Harry was in a very privileged position. He was born to do what he was to do as a prince.

    “He’s let the family down. Saying there was this alleged racist within the Royal Family was just shocking.

    “Prince William had to come out and say it wasn’t true.

    “Prince Harry’s been very weak and it’s not attractive.

    “I just hope he’s genuinely happy and if he is then fair enough. If they want to go away and be private then I wish them well, but then stop doing all the interviews.”

  • Her Majesty WILL give Xmas day speech

    It will be her first since the death of her beloved Prince Philip – who died in April at the age of 99.

    The speech is likely to reflect on her dear late husband, as well as the ongoing strength of the nation during the pandemic.

    She’ll be surrounded by her closest family in time for Christmas Eve, according to reports.

    Palace aides are also exploring options for the monarch to appear in public over the next two weeks to wish the country a happy Christmas, reports the Mail.

  • BBC ‘holding back’ controversial podcast

    Following on from the backlash of BBC’s controversial documentary series, they have chosen not to release a podcast about Meghan and Harry.

    The HarryMeghan and the Media podcast was meant to follow on from The Princes and the Press documentary.

    But after viewers complained that it was “disrespectful to the Royal Family”, the Beeb quietly dropped the podcast.

    The two-part BBC Two documentary, presented by Amol Rajan, aired allegations that William’s staff had briefed against the Sussexes.

    It was slammed by The Royal Households for “unfounded claims”.

    The podcast was set to include far more controversial material.

  • Queen’s Christmas speech

    It will be her first since the death of her beloved Prince Philip – who died in April at the age of 99.

    The speech is likely to reflect on her dear late husband, as well as the ongoing strength of the nation during the pandemic.

    She’ll be surrounded by her closest family in time for Christmas Eve, according to reports.

    Palace aides are also exploring options for the monarch to appear in public over the next two weeks to wish the country a happy Christmas, reports the Mail.

  • Royal news you may have missed

    In more Royal Family news, Prince William kept touching promise to Kate Middleton with family’s Christmas card photo.

    And Prince Charles and Camilla show their affectionate side in unusually summery Christmas card.

    Plus this unearthed photo shows Meghan Markle in her Suits days – posing with sweet note made for her by co-star’s daughter.

  • Queen used as example

    Labour leader Keir Starmer criticised the Prime Minister for not abiding by the rules and used the Queen as an example of someone who did – even on one of the most difficult days of her life.

    “Her Majesty the Queen sat alone when she marked the passing of the man she’d been married to for 73 years,” he told the Commons.

    “Leadership, sacrifice – that’s what gives leaders the moral authority to lead.

    “Does the Prime Minister think he has the moral authority to lead and to ask the British people to stick to the rules?”

  • What does “E190518” mean?

    Fans have now spotted a ‘hidden message’ from the Sussexes wedding.

    The couple gave a secret message on the car they used at their royal wedding.

    Three years after their extravagant 2018 nuptials, Sussex fans have zoomed in on the number plate of the Vintage Jaguar E-Type that Harry drove to the reception.

    The number plate reads “E190518”, which translates to “Established 19 May 2018” – their wedding date.

    Excited fans have revealed their thoughts after only just noticing the sweet detail.

    One person wrote: “Yoooo I am so embarrassed. I was watching the royal wedding for the 200th time and it’s only now that I noticed the licence plate.”

    Another added: “Awwwe! I never knew. Thanks for sharing. Meghan and Harry are so intentional in everything they do.“

  • Controversial podcast held back by BBC

    Following on from the backlash of BBC’s controversial documentary series, they have chosen not to release a podcast about Meghan and Harry.

    The HarryMeghan and the Media podcast was meant to follow on from The Princes and the Press documentary.

    But after viewers complained that it was “disrespectful to the Royal Family”, the Beeb quietly dropped the podcast.

    The two-part BBC Two documentary, presented by Amol Rajan, aired allegations that William’s staff had briefed against the Sussexes.

    It was slammed by The Royal Households for “unfounded claims”.

    The podcast was set to include far more controversial material.

  • Queen to have Christmas celebration with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

    THERE might be thousands of miles separating them this Christmas – but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will still find a way to celebrate the festive season with The Queen, an expert has claimed.

    Earlier this month, royal correspondent Neil Sean discussed how the Royal Family will be marking Christmas this year on his YouTube channel.

    The Queen is expected to spend her first Christmas since Prince Philip passed away at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk surrounded by her close family – including Prince William and Kate Middleton.

    That said, the expert claims Her Majesty will still make an effort to include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – who now live in Montecito, California – in the celebrations.

    Neil claimed: “There will be some gifts but it will be very formal.

    “[The Queen] is far too gracious to be childish and not include [Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the gift package.”

  • When did the Queen first do her Christmas speech?

    The BBC first aired the Christmas speech in 1932 when King George V addressed the nation via radio from Sandringham, Norfolk.

    The speech was televised for the first time when it was given by the Queen in 1957.

  • William kept touching promise to Kate

    This year, Prince William and Kate Middleton opted for a summery photo from their family holiday to Jordan – and it turns out, there’s a very special reason behind it.

    In the early 1980s, the Duchess of Cambridge’s father Michael was relocated to Jordan while he was working as a pilot for British Airways.

    The Middleton family lived in the country’s capital city Amman for two years before moving back to the UK in 1986 and settling in Berkshire.

    Three years ago, Prince William travelled to the country for his five-day tour of the Middle East – but sadly, the Duchess had to miss the trip as she had only just welcomed Prince Louis.

    In a sweet nod to the Duchess, the organisers of the event had a photo of her with her father and sister Pippa on display at the exact spot she had visited as a girl.

    At the time, Prince William proudly posed for a photo overlooking the ruins and said: “Need to come back with the family for this shot.”

  • Harry’s loss of military titles

    He is thought to be devastated over the loss of his military titles and is said to have agreed to he and Meghan’s bombshell Oprah interview hours after he was told he would have to give them up.

    A source previously revealed to The Sun: “There was a bust-up just before Oprah but it wasn’t to do with Archie’s title.

    “That had been known and discussed for quite a while.

    “Harry and Meghan were very cross before Oprah because the final Megxit separation had just been signed off which included Harry not keeping military roles.

    “That was what made him so angry. He’s very emotional and his military roles were very important to him given that he served.”

  • Hindered without title

    Harry has told of his despair at not being able to help the family of a fallen soldier – after he was stripped of his military titles.

    The palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would lose their patronages, with Harry being stripped of his honorary military titles as part of the couple’s 2020 Megxit agreement.

    The Sunday People revealed he has now written to the family of Nathan Hunt who are fighting to get their son’s name on the national Armed Forces Memorial after he took his own life in 2018.

    Although he was warrant officer when he died, defence bosses have said his name can’t be added to the commemoration for fallen soldiers.

    Harry told his parents Maria and Derek: “I deeply empathise with what your family is going through and so wish I could assist formally, had I been in the same role I once was.”

    The duke added: “Grief can be a long and burdensome road.

    “Please know you and your family remain in my thoughts.”

  • Bullying probe latest

    THE probe into Meghan Markle’s bullying allegations has only interviewed a “handful of people who used to work for her”, insiders claim.

    Earlier this year, the Duchess of Sussex was accused of “humiliating” personal assistants and staff, as well as driving two out of the Palace, which she denies. 

    An internal investigation was launched in March – but sources now fear the probe is being “kicked into the long grass”, it has been revealed.

    Inquiries are focusing on a 16-day trip to Australia in 2018, during which a series of clashes between Meghan and her staff left the latter “severely psychologically traumatised”.

    But only a handful of people have been called up to share their side of it, insiders told the Daily Mail.

    Two PA’s, another member of staff and Simon Case, Prince William’s former-Private Secretary, were potentially among the chosen few.

  • What would Diana do with Princes spare gifts?

    The People’s Princess was well known for breaking royal protocol and her former security, Ken Wharfe, has now told how determined she was to keep her boys down to earth.

    He says that every festive season young William and Harry would be sent hoards of gifts from businesses, as well as members of the public.

    But the Princess of Wales was so mindful that her children could be spoiled, that she would donate many to charity – or even return them.

    Mr Wharfe told OK! : “Diana was very careful to ensure that they weren’t flooded with gifts – gifts did appear from unknown sources, and they were often returned or given to charity because they didn’t need them.

    He said that “she was very conscious about what she bought” because she “knew the hallway at Sandringham would be full of presents.”

  • Meghan’s Lawyer denied claims in BBC documentary

    Earlier this week, Meghan’s lawyer hit back at the allegations in the second episode of the BBC’s controversial documentary The Princes And The Press.

    The programme focused on how Harry and Meghan quit the Royal Family, with The Sun’s explosive Megxit revelations featuring heavily. 

    The Times’ royal correspondent Valentine Low, who broke the story of bullying claims, told presenter Amol Rajan: “These people, I know, two and a half years later, when I’m writing this story — some of them were in tears.

    “They were still severely psychologically traumatised. So, something went badly wrong.”

    But Meghan’s lawyer Jenny Afia, of firm Schillings, replied: “There were massive inaccuracies in that story.”





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