The Times published an extract of Robert Lacey’s new book, Battle of Brothers, which analyses what allegedly went wrong between the two royals.
He says the Oprah interview, a discussion on slimming down the monarchy and a debate over the title and protection of Archie all contributed to the apparent wedge between the pair.
He also talks about Harry’s claims that Charles stopped taking his calls.
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Here are three moments discussed by Mr Lacey that contributed to the ‘fallout’ between the father and son.
Charles’ ‘slimmed down monarchy’
“In pursuing his own cause of the slimmed-down monarchy, Prince Charles had been making noises about limiting the number of HRHs created by George V’s 1917 convention still further, thus cutting out Archie from his future prince-ship — and Meghan took that…