‘Wanted to inflict Meghan upon them!’ Lady Colin Campbell blasts Sussexes’ biographer over bombshell Prince William claim

‘Wanted to inflict Meghan upon them!’ Lady Colin Campbell blasts Sussexes’ biographer over bombshell Prince William claim
GB News
Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 16/11/2023

- 22:13

Updated: 17/11/2023

- 08:29

William is said to have ignored Harry's attempts to contact him on the day of the Queen's death

Suggestions Prince William attempted to “stymy” Prince Harry’s efforts to return to the UK on the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s death have been criticised by Lady Colin Campbell.

Omid Scobie, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s biographer, suggested William ignored Harry’s multiple attempts to contact him on the day Queen Elizabeth II died.

Speaking on GB News, Lady Colin Campbell says Harry only has himself to blame for not being in the know as his grandmother died.

Scobie suggested William ignored Harry’s text message about arranging travel to Scotland.

Lady Colin Campbell

Lady Colin Campbell has blasted the claims


“The reality is, Harry could have got in touch with his uncles because they all went up to Balmoral together”, she said.

“He is twisting facts to make a narrative that doesn’t make sense.

“Harry wanted to bring Meghan, he had heard the news from his father, he had people he could be in touch with. William wasn’t stymying him.

“Harry wanted to bring Meghan, he wanted to inflict Meghan upon them, but they refused.

“Harry even delayed making the flight.”

A source close to the Duke said “it was upsetting to witness” in regards to Harry’s treatment on the day of his grandmother’s passing.

Lady Colin Campbell spoke to Patrick Christys


They added: “[Harry] was completely by himself on this.”

Another royal source commented: “William ignored him.

“He clearly didn’t want to see his brother.”

Scobie added that Harry boarded a plane to Scotland unaware of whether the Queen was still alive.

Relations between Harry and William remain strained, with Scobie claiming there is “no going back” for the pair.

He said that “absolutely nothing” has changed in the brothers’ rift since the release of Harry’s autobiography Spare at the start of the year, although there is now an element of indifference.

In Spare, released just months after Elizabeth II died, Harry accused William of physically attacking him and pushing him into a dog bowl in a row over Meghan.

He also alleged it was William and the now-Princess of Wales who encouraged him to wear a Nazi uniform to a fancy dress party in 2005 and “howled” with laughter when they saw it.

Scobie described Spare as Harry’s last attempt to tell his family how he has felt for a long time.

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