Prince William allegedly “lunged” at Prince Harry twice in a row following his encounter with Oprah Winfrey.
Following Prince Philip’s funeral in April 2021, the 38-year-old prince convened in the gardens of his Frogmore Cottage residence with his brother and father, King Charles, who was still the Prince of Wales, for peace talks.
According to The Sun, Harry claimed that William “grabbed [his] shirt” during the conversation about the tell-all interview, and he expressed his belief that the agreement about him and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, stepping down from royal duties had been “violated,” prompting his brother to tell him to “take it up with Granny.”
As he turned away to say goodbye, he stated that he had attempted to reason with his family and wished to discuss the bullying allegations leveled against Meghan. They had, however, not listened to him.
But then, “steaming,” William exclaimed, “You never came to us. You never visited me.”
Harry wrote in his new memoir ‘Spare’: “I waved a hand, disgusted, but he lunged, grabbed my shirt. ‘Listen to me, Harold,’ I say.
“I drew back, refusing to meet his gaze. He made me look into his eyes. Harold, please listen to me! Harold, I adore you! I want you to be content.”
“I love you too,” Harry claimed he retorted.
but your tenacity is extraordinary!”
The prince allegedly pulled away from his brother’s grasp, only for William to allegedly grab him again and horrify Harry with a “secret code” reference.
“[William said] ‘Harold, you must listen to me!'” Harry wrote. Harold, all I want is for you to be happy. I swear on the life of Mummy.’
“He came to a halt. I came to a halt. Pa came to a halt. He went there.
“He’d used the universal password, the secret code. Since we were boys, those three words were only to be used in extreme emergencies.
“Willy wasn’t ready to admit defeat. ‘I’ve felt properly sick and ill after everything that’s happened, and I swear to you now on Mummy’s life that I just want you to be happy,’ she says.
“My voice broke as I softly told him, ‘I really don’t think you do.'”