It’s been a month since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sat down with Oprah Winfrey for an explosive tell-all interview about the British royal family, but the fallout continues to reverberate.
In the aftermath of the interview, a source claims that Harry’s brother, Prince William, is “struggling to hold back” from telling his side of the story.
But there’s only one thing that’s stopping him…
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The source told US Weekly that Queen Elizabeth II “thinks that retaliating will just add fuel to the flames and make the situation worse.”
William, on the other hand, is willing to speak up and defend his family against Meghan and Harry’s charges.
“William is struggling to keep his cool,” the source said. “He needs to get his point across.”
According to the source, William wants to share his side “first and foremost to protect [his wife] Kate [Middleton].”
During the interview, Meghan said that it was Kate, not the other way around, who made her sob over bridesmaid dresses before her 2018 wedding to Harry, as the media revealed. According to the source, William also wants to “clear the racist charges.”
According to another source, William and Kate were in “complete shock” after hearing what Meghan and Harry said. According to a third source, William is “furious” about his brother’s remarks and “completely does not endorse speaking out against the monarchy.”
On March 11, William answered the interview briefly, saying, “We’re very much not a racist family.”
Furthermore, William is “uncomfortable” with Harry’s publication of details of a private conversation the brothers had after Gayle King’s interview.
“William was taken aback. He insists he distorted the facts and that it was a cheap shot to leak information of their private conversation,” a source told US Weekly. “He’s putting himself in danger of making the same mistake.”
“Harry has talked to his brother and he has talked to his aunt, too,” King said on her CBS This Morning show last month. Those discussions were not fruitful, according to the details I got, but they are thankful they at least began a conversation.”
In the end, the royal family will find it difficult to move on.