Prince William is 'NOT going to forgive Harry' - 'There is too much bad blood'

Prince William is 'NOT going to forgive Harry' - 'There is too much bad blood'

'Too much BAD BLOOD' leaves Princes Harry and William's brotherly bond

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Gabrielle Wilde

By Gabrielle Wilde

Published: 26/06/2024

- 19:24

The Duke of Sussex’s relationship with Prince William has been strained for years

Prince William is "not going to forgive" Prince Harry because there is "too much bad blood" a royal commentator has claimed.

The Duke of Sussex’s relationship with his older brother has been strained for years.

They have grown further apart in recent times thanks to a series of bombshell claims made by Harry in his memoir, Spare.

Speaking to GB News, former royal reporter Michael Cole claimed the the brothers sweeping their differences under the rug seems unlikely.

Prince William

Prince William is "not going to forgive his younger brother"


He said: "William has done his duty. In great contrast to Prince Harry. Now, I don't think there's any chance at all of there being a reconciliation with the brothers now or in the foreseeable future.

"It goes back to Oprah Winfrey interview, then the book Spare and all the things that were said in the Netflix six part series.


"There is too much bad blood. William is not going to forgive that, principally because he, of course, and his wife attacked personally, his wife, Kate.

"Even when the announcement of her cancer was mad their mealy mouthed response to it didn't show any great concern for her.

"William looks at them and and he would say what most people would say. All of this is completely unnecessary.

"Prince Harry has had a wonderful, privileged life. He owes everything to being a member of the Royal Family. He's good looking. He's married to a beautiful wife. He's got two healthy, beautiful children."

Michael Cole

Michael Cole said that there is "too much bad blood" between the siblings

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"He's got more money than we could shake a stick at. People who are struggling, people who are battling would wonder why he's so upset."

Harry and Meghan married in 2018, six months after becoming engaged.

They stepped back from frontline royal duties in 2020 and moved to Montecito, California.

Prince Harry and Prince William

Prince William and Harry used to be close


This comes after it has been reported that Prince William has apparently taken on the disciplinarian duties Prince Philip once enforced on the family.

As part of the claims, made in response to YouGov polling which has placed the Prince of Wales as the most popular male royal, William is said to rule the family "with a rod of iron".

William's discipline allegedly presents itself through an "absolute ban on Harry returning in any way, shape or form to the family fold", the Daily Beast reported.

And while the source said that King Charles would like to spend more time with his youngest son, William has ruled out any such return.

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