Prince William and King Charles in ‘Constant Talks’ with Royal Family About Prince Harry

Have you read Prince Harry’s mega-hit memoir, “Spare”? The book has officially broken the world record for the fastest-selling nonfiction book of all time.

I’ve read the book. I loved it. However, the royal family is less than delighted about all of the revelations that came out in this book.

The royals have a policy that goes back decades, if not centuries: “Never complain, never explain.” Well, they aren’t explaining or complaining publically, but according to Us Weekly, plenty of talk is going on behind closed doors.


Here we go quoting an anonymous insider, and Prince Harry blasted these insiders in his book. But this is what we have for now. According to this “palace insider,” King Charles, 74, and Prince William, 40, are in “constant talks” with other members of the royal family about what they’re going to do about Harry’s book and “how to handle” the backlash that they’re receiving.

While the family is going on with “business as usual,” they have spoken via phone and in person “numerous times” to discuss the fallout from the book. And the fallout has been dramatic. Nearly every member of the royal family has seen drops in their popularity, according to polls.

Most experts agree that the king and the Prince of Wales will likely not comment on the book publicly because they don’t want to “dignify” Harry’s comments. They have an “acute awareness” that Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, are looking for a reaction.

Prince Harry and his wife stepped back from their royal duties in the early part of 2020, citing their desire for independence. Revelations came to light after an interview with Oprah Winfrey, a successful Netflix series, and now Harry’s book, which shows precisely how horrific the palace intrigue is.

This book has exposed rot and corruption at the uppermost levels of the royal family.

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