One Thing Is Scaring Prince William The Most About His Little Brother Harry

Prince William is “worried,” according to a source, that his younger brother Prince Harry “may go too far with his truth bombs.”

According to a friend of William’s, Harry’s newest attacks on the royal family, which he made in his mental health docuseries “The Me You Can’t See,” have left the royal unhappy and “greatly concerned.”

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Harry alleged that the royal family demonstrated “complete indifference” for his mental health issues in the docuseries he co-produced with Oprah Winfrey. He further said that after his mother died in 1997, his father, Prince Charles, wanted him to “suffer” and didn’t “make it right” for him. Harry admitted that he felt a “element of humiliation.”

“There’s an element of shame we feel as parents, as siblings, certainly from what I’ve learnt, because we’re like, ‘How could we not have seen it?’” Harry remarked. “However, we all know that when individuals are in pain and struggle, we’re all tremendously skilled at covering it up.”

According to the insider, Harry’s family is concerned about what he might say next. According to the source, Harry’s connection with William and the rest of the family is “on a knife’s edge.”

This comes after another source reported that William is baffled by Harry’s actions.

“William believes Harry should talk about his problems privately and can’t understand why he continues to smear his own flesh and blood on TV,” a source told US Weekly. “Of course, mental health is a significant issue, but William is baffled as to why Harry continues to throw his family under the bus.”

After all that has happened, the insider continued, it will be difficult for William and Prince Charles, the brothers’ father, to make peace with Harry.

“After this, there’s no chance they’ll ever trust him,” the person said. “The harm has been done.”

In his new series, Harry claims that he felt “helpless” when his wife Meghan Markle began contemplating suicide as a result of persecution from British media.

“I expected my family to help, but every single request, warning, or whatever it was, was received with complete silence or neglect,” Harry alleged. “I was embarrassed to go to my family because, to be honest with you, like a lot of other people my age, I know I won’t get what I need from them.”

“Feeling confined and controlled was one of the main reasons I decided to leave.”


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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