The sibling rivalry continues. Prince William has some strong feelings regarding his brother Prince Harry’s decision about whether to attend their father King Charles III’s upcoming coronation.According to royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams, rumors that the Duke of Cambridge, 40, doesn’t want his younger brother, 38, in attendance at the royal festivities aren’t accurate.
However, he exclusively told Us Weekly, “There’s no doubt he feels very strongly.”Fitzwilliams, 73, continued: “Charles is a symbol of national unity, of course, as the monarch, and the invitation comes from him.
So far as William is concerned, I mean, it’s a terribly deep rift and I don’t see it being mended.”The royal commentator claimed that Harry recently “threatened another book,” as reports surfaced that the Duke of Sussex is considering adding new chapters to his bombshell memoir Spare, which did not paint the royal family in the best light.“It’s a threat,” Fitzwilliams added. “So, you can’t ignore things like that.
It’s awful.” Harry also revealed in January that the original draft of the book was 800 pages.When it comes to whether the royal family is worried Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, will draw attention away from the new king’s May 6, 2023, crowning by attending, Fitzwilliams said that won’t be the case. “I think that will be a very significant story.Read more on usmagazine.com