Prince Harry has called Prince William his “archenemy”.
The 38-year-old royal admits there was ‘always’ a sense of ‘competition’ between himself and the Prince of Wales, and believes they naturally fell into a dynamic of heirs and reserves. and the second brother is there purely in case something happens to the eldest son.
In a preview clip for Harry’s upcoming interview on “Good Morning America,” Michael Strahan asked: “There’s a quote in the book calling your brother your ‘beloved brother and arch-enemy.’ strong words. What does that mean? ”
Harry replied: “There’s always been this competition between us.
The preview comes hours after an excerpt from Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir “Spare” was leaked, as he stepped back from royal duties in 2020 and is new in the United States with wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. The prince starting life claims his older brother, Prince William. “Smashed him to the floor” during an argument.
According to Harry, the commotion escalated after his brother branded Meghan “difficult,” “disrespectful,” and “troll.”
He wrote that William “grabbed him by the collar, tore off his necklace, and … knocked him to the floor.”
Harry gave his little brother a glass of water while he was busting up and said, “I can’t talk to you when you’re like this.”
“I landed in a dog’s bowl. It cracked under my back and a piece cut into me. I lay there for a while, dazed, but then I got up and told him to walk out.” I said so.”
Harry also alleged that William told him, “I don’t need to tell Meg about this,” to which he replied, “You mean you attacked me?”
The Duke wrote that William then said: “I did not attack you, Harold.”