Royal Rift: Prince William and Kate's Silent Response to Prince Harry's Memoirs
by FARUK IMAMOVIC | VIEW 227
Prince William and Princess Kate were seen in public for the first time since the release of Prince Harry's memoirs, "The Spare," and their behavior towards the media sparked curiosity and speculation. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were visiting a hospital in Liverpool on Thursday, where they were greeted by numerous journalists who attempted to ask them about Prince Harry's book and its revelations about the royal family.
However, William and Kate completely ignored all questions and pretended not to hear or see the journalists, sparking curiosity and speculation about their thoughts on the book. An ITV reporter tried to find out if they had had a chance to read Prince Harry's book, but they brushed him off.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge behaved normally towards their fans, laughing and engaging with them, but at no time did they comment on Prince Harry and his memoirs.
In the book, Harry claims that William physically attacked him after calling his younger brother's wife, Meghan Markle, "difficult," "rude" and "abrasive." He wrote, "It all happened so fast.
“Have you had the chance to read your brother's book at all?”
As they’re about to leave @theODCharity - the second of their Merseyside visits today - William and Kate asked if they have read #Spare.
They choose not to respond …pic.twitter.com/4OtbDpomCw — Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) January 12, 2023
So very fast. He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and he knocked me to the floor. I landed on the dog's bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting into me. I lay there for a moment, dazed, then got to my feet and told him to get out." While Buckingham Palace has opted to remain quiet about the allegations made in Harry's book, royal expert Katie Nicholl stated that per her sources, "William's privately seething and devastated by what Harry has done.
And just cannot forgive Harry for the things that he's written." “They’ve been taken aback by the level of detail and just how far Harry has gone in all of this,” Nicholls added. The long-awaited memoir "The Spare" has been available since January 10, and it broke all records and sold 1.43 million copies in the USA and Canada.