Prince William has rebuffed Harry’s call for talks to take place between the two brothers. During press interviews for his memoir Spare, Harry said he wanted the Royal Family to apologise to him and offer “accountability” during a sit-down. However, according to royal expert Neil Sean, the Prince of Wales feels he “cannot afford to trust his younger brother right now”.
Speaking on his YouTube Channel ‘Neil Sean’s Daily Headline news,’ the royal expert said William sees Harry as “a lost cause”.
Mr Sean remarked: “According to a very good source, William is feeling pragmatic about the entire issue with his brother.
“He feels that he has done everything in his power, his absolute best, to advise and guide Harry.
“Harry decided to take his own advice and now Prince William has told a very good source that he is resigned to the fact that he has lost his younger brother.”
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The royal expert continued: “This is about mistrust. Even if he said let’s forgive and forget, William feels there will always be a nagging feeling that if he lets Harry in, their conversations could be made public down the line.
“William said that, while he misses him, he is focused on raising his three children with his wife Catherine.
“This could change in the future but it goes to show where the brothers are right now. He feels Harry is a lost cause.”
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