The PRINCE Harry and William Rift is the “deepest” in a royal generation, an explosive book is set to claim.
The royal brothers face a “devastating break in their indissoluble bond” after Prince Harry is married to Meghan Markle.
And biographer Robert Lacey – who worked as a history consultant for The Crown’s Netflix is set to claim the “seeds were sown” after their parents, Prince Charles and Diana separated.
In a press release for his new book, The Battle of the Brothers: William and Harry – Friendship and Quarrels, the historian said he was “moved” by the Royal Family of the conflict.
People said: “These two brothers – once inseparable and now separated by much more than mere distance – have been acting on contradictions than going back to their childhood and even before: parents unhappy marriage.
“We have seen the conflicts between the heir and the replacement in each generation of the Royal Family – but nothing as deep as that. ”
It was announced that Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, were not as senior members of the royal family in January – with the couple who now live in Los Angeles with their one-year-old son Archie.
But reports of tension between the Cambridge, and Sussexes had been bubbling long before that with claims that Meghan had made Kate Middleton cry in the lead up to her Windsor wedding for Prince Harry.
The friction between the brothers also arose when it was reported that Prince William was warning his younger brother to take matters slowly with the American actress.
The release of the new book added: “Much reported on but little understood, Diana boys who have lived under constant surveillance since birth.
“Has raised the closest brothers, the last 18 months have seen a terrible break in their indissoluble bond.
“With unparalleled knowledge of court life and access to impeccable sources, Robert Lacey investigates the unspoken reality of the brothers’ relationship, explaining what happened when the two sons were raised for very different futures and showing how the seeds of damage were sown, as their parents, the marriage, broke. “
It comes as a new biography, Finding Freedom, is scheduled to be released later this year.
The Sussexes cooperated with the book, called Finding Liberty: Harry and Meghan and the making of A Modern Royal Family.
Journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand had access to over 100 people for the book and sources say he will represent the couple in a positive light.
And helpers would be concerned that Prince William will be “painted like the” bad guy “.
An insider describes how they are afraid that the future king, 38, tomorrow, could be described as “indifferent, insensitive and indifferent to” towards Sussexes when they decided to separate from the Royal Family.
Dirty linen, spread this way can be as damaging as Princess Diana is “there were three of us in this marriage” referring to Camilla in effect from a 1995 bomb interview on TELEVISION, the insider claimed.
A source said, aides have been arguing with each other that the book will unfairly display only Harry and Meghan on the flaw side, even if it is not an official biography.
The source added: “They are worried, William will mostly be portrayed on a bad day.
“This kind of spat family should not be there in public.
“It should not happen to future kings. “
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One fear is that he could be critical of William’s role at the Queen Megxit crisis summit talks in Sandringham in January – when he turned last and didn’t stick around afterwards.
The source added, “It’s about how Harry and Meghan tried to break with tradition.”
Yesterday, Kensington Palace shared a photo of Prince William beaming with his father Prince Charles to celebrate Father’s Day – with the snap taken during the Christmas holidays in December 2019.