Connect with us


Harry’s insult to Kate: How he accused William of marrying for duty, not love

Please Share This Story

Prince William was deeply hurt and angered by a personal attack from his brother Prince Harry, who accused him of marrying Kate Middleton only because she “fit the mould” of a royal wife, a new book claims. The book, Charles III: New King, New Court. The Inside Story, by Robert Hardman, is based on interviews with royal insiders and staff, and gives a detailed account of the first year of King Charles’ reign, following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in 2022.

The book, which is serialised in the Daily Mail, reveals that Prince William felt that Harry’s remark, which was made in his memoir Spare, was the “lowest of the low”, and that it showed a lack of respect and gratitude for Kate, who had supported him and the monarchy for over a decade. The book also says that Prince William was furious that Harry had implied that he and other male royals did not marry for love, but for convenience and duty.

According to Express, The book quotes a source close to Prince William, who said: “He was absolutely livid. He felt that Harry had crossed a line and that he had insulted Kate in the most personal way. He couldn’t believe that Harry would say something so hurtful and untrue. He thought it was the lowest of the low.”

The book also says that Prince William was not the only one who was offended by Harry’s comment, and that other members of the royal family, including King Charles and Princess Anne, were also dismayed and disappointed by Harry’s lack of tact and loyalty. The book says that Harry’s comment was seen as a “slap in the face” to the royal women, who had devoted their lives to the service of the crown and the country.

Pay Attention:   Nigel Farage caught on tape Using Offensive term ‘Black Africa’ during Election campaign, You Won't Believe What He Said

The book also says that Harry’s comment was a reflection of his resentment and bitterness towards his brother and the royal family, which had been building up for years, ever since he met and married Meghan Markle, the American actress and former divorcee. The book says that Harry felt that he and Meghan were treated unfairly and differently by the media and the palace, and that they were not given enough support and freedom to pursue their own interests and causes.

The book also says that Harry’s comment was a result of his desire to distance himself and his family from the monarchy, and to carve out his own identity and role in the world. The book says that Harry wanted to be seen as his own man, and not as a spare to the heir, or as a shadow of his brother. The book says that Harry wanted to be recognised and respected for his achievements and contributions, and not as a rebel or a troublemaker.

The book also says that Harry’s comment was a way of expressing his frustration and anger at the monarchy, which he felt had failed him and his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in 1997. The book says that Harry blamed the monarchy for the death of his mother, who he believed was hounded and harassed by the paparazzi and the establishment. The book says that Harry also blamed the monarchy for the breakdown of his parents’ marriage, which he witnessed as a child.

Please Share This Story

Birminghamgist Staff is a News Reporter, making waves in the UK with insightful and Engaging reporting.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *