Prince William fears Harry is ‘going too far with his truth bombs’

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Prince William fears Harry will ‘go too far with his truth bombs’ and further damage royal family relations

  • A friend said William was disappointed and “very concerned” about Harry
  • Harry’s criticism of his family on Friday was less harsh than the previous appearance
  • Talked about alleged lack of support for wife Meghan as she struggled

Prince William fears his brother’s ‘truth bombing’ will go a step too far and further damage relations with the royal family.

A friend told The Mail on Sunday that William was disappointed and “deeply concerned” after Prince Harry’s latest shooting over the alleged lack of support for his wife Meghan as she struggled with her mental health.

Harry’s criticism of his family during a 95-minute episode of his TV show The Me You Can’t See with Oprah Winfrey on Friday was less harsh than in any previous appearance to promote the series – or during the controversial interview he and Meghan indicated to be the host of the US chat show in March.

A friend told The Mail on Sunday that William was disappointed and

A friend told The Mail on Sunday that William was disappointed and “very concerned” after Prince Harry’s latest execution. Pictured, Prince Harry and William at Prince Philip’s funeral

But he seemed to mock his family by referring to the “shame” that family members felt when faced with mental health problems.

“As parents, as siblings, sure of what I have learned, there is an element of shame that we feel because we think, ‘How could we not have seen it?’

“But we all know that when people are suffering and people are struggling, we are all incredibly good at hiding it,” he told actress Glenn Close, who was a guest on the episode.

Prince William and Catherine during a beating retreat by The Massed Pipes and Drums of the Combined Cadet Force in Scotland on May 27

Prince William and Catherine during a beating retreat by The Massed Pipes and Drums of the Combined Cadet Force in Scotland on May 27

In his earlier performance, he accused Prince Charles of leaving him alone to endure the trauma of the death of his mother, Princess Diana. “My dad used to say to William and to me, ‘Well, that’s the way it was for me, so it will be like that for you, too,’” he claimed.

‘That makes no sense. Just because you suffered doesn’t mean your children have to suffer. In fact quite the opposite. ‘

A source said last night that there were “ concerns rather than fears ” at Buckingham Palace that Harry and the heavily pregnant wife Meghan will make further allegations.

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