Harry cut passages from his memoir, fearing Charles and William would not forgive him

The text, which has been talked about for weeks, could have been even more shocking. Prince Harry removed many passages from his memoirsfearing that his father Charles III and brother William would never “forgive” him some embarrassing revelationshe said in an interview. at the Telegraph published on Friday.

“The first (book) project was different. It was 800 pages, and now it’s only 400. It could have been two books, put like that. And the hardest part was removing things,” he told The Telegraph newspaper.

“There are things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my dad, which I just don’t want the world to know. Because I don’t think they would ever forgive me,” he added.

A dazzling start in bookstores

The book entitled “The Substitute” knows a dazzling start in bookstores. The youngest son of Charles III spares no one, especially not his brother, two years older than him, whom he describes as “the best enemy”.

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Presented as angry, William would never have loved his wife Meghan whom he considered “badly brought up and aggressive”, and would have during an argument in 2019 thrown his younger brother Harry to the ground, on the dog bowl.

In the interview, conducted before the release of the book in California where he lives, Harry also explains that he feels responsible for William’s children: George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4.

“It’s about saving them from themselves”

“I know out of those three kids, at least one will end up like me, the alternate,” he said. “And it hurts me, it worries me,” he added, admitting that William had “made it very clear to him that his children are not my responsibility”.

“It’s not about trying to bring down the monarchy – it’s about trying to save them from themselves. I know that I will be crucified by many people saying this, ”he admitted, repeating all the same to hope for a reconciliation.

He also speaks directly to the royal family asking them to apologize to his wife Meghan, “because you know what you have done”. “Then confess and we can all move on,” he adds. Buckingham Palace has been silent since the release of the mischievous book ahead of Charles III’s coronation on May 6.

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