Prince William ‘dumped Harry’ after explosive confrontation with Meghan, new book says – .

Prince William ‘dumped Harry’ after explosive confrontation with Meghan, new book says – .

An enraged Prince William has kicked Harry out of his royal household after learning of a “dossier” of alleged bullying from Meghan Markle, according to a new book.
Historian Robert Lacey claims an angry phone call between the brothers ended with Harry hanging up as they argued over claims the Duchess of Sussex left at least one worker suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to the “toxic” environment.

Harry defended his wife and the Sussexes have denied the bullying allegations, saying Meghan was the victim of a ‘smear campaign’.

William “went mad” when he heard the allegations, and then asked his private secretary, Simon Case, to start dividing their homes “immediately”, it is said.

According to a file, staff were mistreated by Meghan, which angered William

In an excerpt from Lacey’s book Battle of Brothers, published by The Times, a friend said, “William threw Harry out.”

The younger brother, according to the book, was upset that William considered the claims to be credible.

According to Lacey, the brothers’ joint communications secretary Jason Knauf had decided to speak on behalf of the staff after hearing allegations of abuse from the Duchess of Sussex.

He compiled a file describing the allegations, which was sent to the Duke of Cambridge’s private secretary.

William, who “personally liked” all of the staff allegedly abused by Meghan, came to believe the former actress was “fundamentally hostile to the royal system,” Lacey wrote.

He said the second row to the throne viewed the staff as “colleagues to be treasured and responsible for,” meaning he was “appalled” by the contents of the file.

The 2018 document – which Harry and Meghan refuted – claimed the Duchess intimidated two staff assistants from their jobs the previous year.

He also claimed Meghan appeared to want ‘always to have someone in her sights’, and Knauf said he had received ‘report after report’ from people who witnessed ‘unacceptable behavior’ by Meghan towards a member Staff.

The brothers had lived in a common house for a decade before the furious feud

Enraged, William confronted his brother on an angry phone call, before Harry hung up, the book claims.

William persisted, searching for his younger brother, leading to a “fierce and bitter” confrontation, Lacey wrote.

He said: “Harry angrily turned his phone off, so William went to talk to him personally. The prince was horrified by what he had just been told about Meghan’s alleged behavior, and he wanted to hear what Harry had to say. “

Harry was hurt that his older brother believed the accusations against Meghan, while William was ‘appalled’ by what he had heard and felt justified in having had doubts about his sister-in-law before marrying in the family, it is claimed.

During this conversation, insiders told Lacey, Harry expressed his belief that someone in the royal circle was “racist” – but the book does not say who that refers to.

Following the breakup, Lacey wrote, William “just didn’t want her or Harry anymore.”

Although he had run a joint home with his younger brother at Kensington Palace for a decade, he decided that was enough and asked his team to separate them.

As a result, Harry and Meghan would move from London, to a new home in Windsor, before finally quitting their royal duties altogether.

Earlier this year, the Sussexes made a series of explosive allegations in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which Harry claimed his brother and father, Prince Charles, were ‘trapped’ by their positions.

The couple also claimed that a family member made negative remarks about his son Archie’s skin color before he was born, and said Meghan was denied support as she suffered from a mental health crisis.

Kensington Palace this morning declined to comment on the allegations in the book when contacted by The Mirror.


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