It’s been a month since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave Oprah Winfrey their explosive tell-all interview, but the fallout is still being felt in the royal family and around the world. Now, new details are emerging about Prince William’s supposed conversation with Harry after the interview aired, and it seems that their conversation did not go well.
“The talk Harry and William had after the big interview didn’t end well,” a source told US Weekly of the brothers, who “haven’t seen each other in over a year” since Harry stepped down as a senior prince.
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He and his wife, as well as their 22-month-old son Archie, have since relocated to Montecito, California, where they live in a mansion with A-list celebrity neighbors.
William has been watching from afar as his younger brother adopts the Hollywood lifestyle, and he is not impressed by what he has seen. “William believes that since moving to California, Harry has become too big for his boots — that success and Hollywood have gone to his head,” the source said. “After the big interview, [Harry] has already been accused of prioritizing celebrity over family.”
In his interview with Oprah, Harry made a series of surprising statements about himself and his family.
“I was trapped, but I didn’t realize I was trapped,” Harry said of his childhood as a member of the royal family. “My father [Prince Charles] and my brother are caught in a trap. They are not allowed to leave. And for that, I have a great deal of sympathy.”
This summer, William and Harry will reunite at Kensington Palace for the unveiling of a statue of their late mother, Princess Diana. While “William is insisting” on seeing his younger brother before the special case, Harry “is refusing to meet up” and “won’t be bossed around,” according to the source.
“William will never, ever forgive Harry if he acts out on the day or worse, doesn’t turn up,” the source added.
The royal family hasn’t contacted Meghan since the interview because they don’t trust her not to leak their conversations to the public, according to royal analyst Anna Pasternak of Fox News.
Pasternak claimed, “They don’t trust her.” “We don’t believe that if they ever get in contact with her, it won’t be shown on CBS. You can’t go on international television and trash the royal family in front of a global audience of almost 50 million people and then ask them to reach out in good faith. It’s not going to work. It would be naive to believe that the royal family would immediately think, “Our organization is all wrong.” after hearing this interview.
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She added, “Well, it was never going to happen.” “The House of Windsor, the British royal family, has survived because they have been ruthless in their survival mode and have adhered to the same rituals and protocols. “My brother and my father are trapped,” Harry admitted, “because he knows nothing is going to change.”