Prince Harry and Prince William: The brothers have been at odds for so long


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  Prince Harry and Prince William: Their argument has been going on for so long
Prince William and Prince Harry (right) have not had a good relationship for a long time. © imago images/i Images, SpotOn

Already at the wedding in 2011

The relationship between Prinz Harry (38) and Prince William (40) has apparently been incriminated for much longer than was previously public knowledge. The 38-year-old now has that in his explosive Revealed an interview that RTL Germany exclusively broadcast on January 9th.

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The groomsmen lie

Like Harry in his, ahead of the actual January 10 release date leaked memoir 'Reserve' ('Spare') claims he was forced to support his brother's 'blatant lie' that he was best man at his marriage to then-Kate Middelton, 41, in 2011.

The duke revealed that a quarrel with his older brother meant that 'Willy didn't want me to give a best man speech'. Instead, Prince William's two closest friends, James Meade and Thomas Van Straubenzee, were his best man and also gave the speech at the traditional reception.

The Duke was officially his brother's best man at the wedding and even traveled with his father, now King Charles III, that day. (74), in a Bentley to Westminster Abbey.

In the video: Did Prince William hit his brother Harry?

  Did Prince William hit his brother Harry?

Physical arguments between Harry and William

Harry previously accused William of grabbing his collar and throwing him to the ground during a heated argument at Nottingham Cottage - Harry's home in Kensington Palace - in 2019 . Harry is said to have suffered scratches and bruises from a dog bowl. The conflict is said to have flared up after the Prince of Wales called Meghan 'difficult', 'rude' and 'aggressive'.

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In the ITV interview with Tom Bradby (55), which aired on Sunday (January 8) in England and on Monday (January 9) on RTL, Harry said: 'He wanted me to hit back, but I did didn't do it. What was different here was the level of frustration.'

He added, 'I can safely say today that if I hadn't had therapy sessions and been able to process that anger and frustration, I would have resisted, 100 percent.'

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The younger of the two brothers goes on to say that they generally 'quarreled constantly, like many siblings'.

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