When the world first learned that Prince Harry was planning to publish a memoir, thoughts quickly turned to the rest of the royal family, providing an official account of life within the world’s most famous family. How do we react to one of us?
Harry’s literary debut won’t hit stores until next week, but copies that have leaked to several major media outlets have provided early glimpses of the book’s most scandalous excerpts.
And it’s safe to say that Harry won’t be returning to family grace anytime soon.
The leaked part that got the most attention was the part where Harry claims William attacked him during a discussion about Meghan Markle in 2019.
But this is not the only passage that offers an unflattering portrayal of the future king.
In one segment published today, every weekHarry reveals he was cruelly mocked by William after having a panic attack while on official duty.
“I was agoraphobic. Given my public role, this was almost impossible,” Harry recalls in the book.
“After one speech that I almost passed out that I couldn’t avoid or cancel, Willie approached me backstage. Laughing,” she continued.
“‘Harold! Look at you! You’re soaking wet.
Harry is stunned and says he “didn’t understand” his brother’s cruel words. William must have understood his hardships.
Harry went on to reveal that he should have been more sympathetic because he was with William when he first had a panic attack.
“He of all. He was present at my first panic attack.” [Princess] Kate. We were driving in a Range Rover to a polo match in Gloucestershire,” the Duke of Sussex wrote in his memoirs.
“I was in the back and Willie was staring at me in the rear view. He saw me sweating and blushing,” he continues.
“Are you okay, Harold?” No, it wasn’t. It was a few hour trip and every few miles I would have him stop the car and jump out to try and catch my breath.
“He told me that day or soon after that he needed help. And now was he making fun of me? I couldn’t imagine how he could be so insensitive.”
Harry continues to hold himself responsible for the deterioration of his relationship with William.
“But I made mistakes too,” he says.
“Having just started talking about launching a public campaign to raise awareness about mental health, we both should be more aware of my crumbling emotional and mental state. bottom.
In recent years, Harry has become an outspoken advocate for awareness and acceptance of mental health issues.
His goal in writing this book was clearly to provide an unfiltered account of his own struggles and a time when he was not supported by those around him.
But I’m sure his family doesn’t see it that way.
In fact, many predict that Harry’s book may be the end of his relationship with William.