“He feels utterly betrayed by what Harry wrote about him in the book and said about him on Netflix,” a source close to Prince William has claimed.
Prince Harry will not be meeting with Prince William for peace talks, as friends of the heir rubbish reports of an upcoming face-to-face.
Previously, it was said that King Charles III rescheduled a visit to France to meet with Harry, who was reportedly planning a visit to the UK after the Invictus Games.
A source told OK! magazine that the monarch’s September 20 trip was cancelled, “so (Charles) has a few days to spare in London to meet with his son”.
“Staff are trying to fine-tune the details as we speak,” the source added.
Now, a friend of William has rubbished the reports, commenting: “Charles won’t be seeing Harry and nor will William. No chance.”
Prince Harry will not be meeting with Prince William for peace talks
A friend of William’s said ‘no chance’ as ‘he feels utterly betrayed by what Harry’, it is claimed
Speaking to the Daily Beast, the friend added: “He feels utterly betrayed by what Harry wrote about him in the book and said about him on Netflix.”
They then added: “They were very close growing up so it has been very painful for William. But ultimately what can he do?
“Just look at Spare. It’s literally William’s worst nightmare.
“I think it is completely understandable that right now William is still absolutely disgusted by what his brother has done.”
‘Just look at Spare. It’s literally William’s worst nightmare,’ the source said.
Another friend of the royals told the outlet that while the “door is always open to Harry”, the King will be preparing for his state visit to France on September 17.
Back in January, Harry made a number of claims about his experiences with royal life, with the King thought to be hurt by comments about his wife Queen Camilla.
While the ‘door is always open to Harry’, Charles will be prepping to visit France
Since the release of the memoir, Harry has only been publicly seen once in the same room as the rest of the royals – for King Charles’s Coronation.
It is not clear if Harry and the King met during the prince’s whirlwind 24-hour visit to the UK.
Meanwhile, Harry is set to release a “moving” documentary with Heart of Invictus for Netflix this month.
The five-part series follows competitors at the Invictus Games – an event founded by the prince in 2014 for wounded and injured servicemen and women.