Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speak to employers, at the London Bridge Jobcentre, in London

Robert Lacey’s Battle of Brothers: William and Harry – The Inside Story of a Family in Tumult is out this week, and he’s doing some interviews, here and there, to promote it. It is STILL hilarious to me that royal commentators were amplifying Lacey’s book when they thought it would be another smear job on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Once the Daily Mail excerpted all of the stuff about William and Kate’s decade-long courtship, all of that amplification grinded to a halt. It also doesn’t help that Lacey seems to be spelling out, in no uncertain terms, that Prince William has deep anger issues. In a new interview, Lacey was asked whether the problems between Harry and William started with Meghan’s arrival. His answer was…interesting:

Susanna asked: “The turmoil that is going on between these two brothers is very disruptive. Is it something that started with Meghan marrying Harry and finding out she was very unhappy within the Royal family, or did it begin before that?”

Robert replied: “No, it went way back, and what’s what the book is about. It goes right back to the beginning, it’s chickens coming home …read more

Source:: Cele|bitchy


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