Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, claims that Prince William, the Prince of Wales, physically assaulted him.
In his eagerly awaited upcoming book “Spare,” Harry revealed this, according to the Guardian UK on Thursday.
During a heated fight over his bride Meghan Markle, Harry, the Royal spare, claimed that the Royal heir, William, grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the ground.
The Prince of Sussex said that during the fight in 2019, his brother “attacked” him bodily.
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A portion of the book, which will be made public on January 10, was obtained. Harry recalled that the attack had left him with visible wounds, such as scrapes and bruises.
William allegedly called Meghan “difficult,” “rude,” and “aggressive” during the dispute, which erupted at his London home in 2019, before tackling him to the ground.
Before they shouted at each other and got into a physical altercation, Harry accused his brother of “parroting the journalistic narrative” about his wife, the “Spare” has learned.
Harry described William as having “grabbed me by the collar, ripped my necklace, and…knocked me to the floor” in one dramatic passage.
In five days, Prince Harry’s upcoming autobiography “Spare” is anticipated to be available to the general public.
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