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Moment Prince Harry thought he would meet the king and Prince William for a ‘duel’

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Moment Prince Harry thought he would meet the king and Prince William for a 'duel'

Prince Harry has spoken out about a dreaded reunion with his father, King Charles III, and brother, Prince William, during a touching event at the Royal Family. The Duke of Sussex, who returned to the UK in 2021 for the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip, spoke of his anxiety that day after King Charles III and Prince William “changed their minds” about to know him.

Prince Harry left the Royal Family in 2020 along with his wife Meghan Markle and their son, Prince Archie. The couple later accused the Royal Family of racism towards their son and publicly aired their complaints on television. Now residing in California, Harry and Meghan also welcomed their daughter, Princess Lilibet.

Writing in his memoirs’Spare,’ Prince Harry revealed: “Then, finally, I saw them. Shoulder to shoulder, walking towards me, they looked grim, almost menacing. Plus, they seemed very aligned. My stomach dropped. Normally they would be fighting over one thing or another, but now they seemed to be in unison, in a league. The thought occurred to me: Wait, are we meeting for a walk… or to duel?

Reflecting on the tense moments surrounding his return, Harry shared how the anticipated meeting with his father and brother added to the emotional weight of the occasion. His candid comments shed light on the strained relationships within the royal family and the challenges faced upon his return to the UK.

Harry’s departure from royal duties and subsequent accusations of racism have significantly impacted his relationship with the Royal Family. Despite the distance and public controversies, his return to Prince Philip’s funeral marked a critical moment of reconnection and reflection.

As Harry and Meghan continue their lives in California, they remain in the public eye, balancing their commitments to personal causes with continued scrutiny of their past and present actions. The Duke’s recollections of his apprehension about meeting his father and his brother highlight the deep and complex emotions involved in managing his royalties.

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