PRINCE William’s relationship with his brother “hangs by a thread” before Harry’s bombshell book is released, an insider has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex’s memoir ‘Spare’ will hit shelves on January 10.
Harry has promised to explore the “highs and lows” of his extraordinary life as king, which culminated in his bitter “Megxit” split from the royal family.
And now, publishing sources say it will further damage Harry and William’s relationship.
A source told The Daily Mail: “Things are hanging by a thread the way they are over the past few months and by the sound of it, Harry’s memoir is unlikely to help.”
It comes after The Sun said Harry’s new book will break the system that made him play ‘surrogate’ for his older brother.
A source said: “At the heart of this book lies a sibling rivalry between little brother and big brother.
“It will reveal Harry’s bitterness and feelings of injustice that, due to the nature of hierarchy and birthright, he has always played second fiddle to the elder William.”
The highly anticipated book is ghostwritten by JR Moehringer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who previously wrote tennis player Andre Agassi’s autobiography.
The memoir is believed to answer questions not addressed on Harry and Meghan’s Netflix show.
Experts believe dramatic moments were withheld from the show as content for the book.
It is now suspected that Meghan is also considering writing her own tell-all book.
A source close to the couple told OK she’s “considering being quite candid about her time in the royal spotlight and is considering writing her own memoir.”
They added, “She has every intention of writing this book and will leave no stone unturned.”
Harry is said to have already recorded a TV interview about the book with ITV News on Ten’s Tom Bradby.
It is expected to air on Sunday – two days before the book’s release.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/7032797/prince-harry-and-williams-relationship-hanging/ Prince Harry and William’s relationship ‘hanging by a thread’ before bombshell book exposing their feud, insider claims