Prince Harry, 38, wants to reconcile with his father, King Charles III, 74, and his brother, Prince William, 40, just days before his memoirs are due to be released.
The new book by Princess Diana’s youngest son is about to be released and everything indicates that it will shake the foundations of Buckingham Palace.
Harry, who is promoting his book ‘Spare’ which will be released on January 10, plans to reveal in detail his entire history inside Buckingham Palace.
After the strong revelations that came to light in the Netflix documentary ‘Harry and Meghan’, the Duke of Sussex has given several interviews in which he speaks openly about his feelings and how his personal relationship with his father and brother is at the moment, to whom he has made an appeal.
“I want a family, not an institution,” said Lady Di’s youngest son with much regret.
Prince Harry wants to reconcile
According to Harry, things should not have happened this way. He claims that the British royal family has shown “no willingness to reconcile” with him or his wife, Meghan Markle, 41, something that has caused him enormous sadness.
However, the Duke of Sussex makes a public appeal and maintains that, despite everything, his desire is to “get his father back” and “have his brother back”.
It seems that the biography has already arrived at Kensington Palace and William has had the opportunity to read it. His reaction has not taken long to transcend to the media, according to the Daily Mail the heir to the throne and husband of Kate Middleton is very angry for what he considers a “betrayal” towards him and the whole royal family.