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Prince Harry and Meghan book will blame Prince William for rift and ‘paint him as the bad guy’, royal aides fear

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ROYAL aides fear Prince Harry and Meghan’s book will blame Prince William for their rift and the couple’s departure from Britain — sparking a new Megxit war.

Aides are privately braced for Wills to be “painted as the bad guy”.

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Aides fear a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle book will spark a new Megxit war[/caption]

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They are braced for Prince William to be ‘painted as the bad guy’ and blamed for the rift[/caption]

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The Sussexes are reported to have co-operated with the book, called Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of A Modern Royal Family[/caption]

An insider described how they fear that the future king, 38 tomorrow, could be portrayed as “unsympathetic, unfeeling and unsupportive” towards the Sussexes when they decided to split from the Royal Family.

Dirty laundry aired this way could be as damaging as Princess Diana’s “there were three of us in this marriage” reference to Camilla in a bombshell 1995 TV interview, the insider claimed.

A source said aides have been discussing among themselves that the book will unfairly show only Harry and Meghan’s side of the rift, even though it is not an official ­biography.

The source added: “They are worried William especially will be portrayed in a bad light.

“This sort of family spat shouldn’t be out there in public.

‘UNFEELING BADDIE’

“This shouldn’t happen to future monarchs.

“The book could be the most damaging thing to the Royal Family since Prince Diana’s interview on Panorama with Martin Bashir.

“The concern is it will somehow paint him as an unfeeling baddie against kind and philanthropic Harry and Meghan.

“The aides are ­privately worried about it.

“Unsympathetic, unfeeling and unsupportive are the words being used but of course no one knows exactly what’s in it.”

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It is feared the book ‘could be the most damaging thing to the Royal Family since Prince Diana’s interview on Panorama with Martin Bashir’[/caption]

The Sussexes are reported to have co-operated with the book, called Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of A Modern Royal Family.

Journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have had access to more than 100 people for the book and sources say it will portray the couple in a positive light.

One fear is that it could be critical of William’s role during the Queen’s Megxit summit crisis talks at Sandringham in January — when he turned up last and didn’t stick around afterwards.

The source added: “It’s about the way Harry and Meghan were trying to break with tradition.”

Royal sources are at pains to stress that such a portrayal would be unfair on William and Kate, 38.

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Sources say the book will portray Meghan and Harry in a positive light[/caption]

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Royal sources are at pains to stress that such a portrayal would be unfair on William and Kate[/caption]


It was announced in January that Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, would step down as senior royals.

They were told to drop their HRH titles and in March moved to Canada, then on to Los Angeles, to find “financial independence” and new employment.

Kensington Palace said it would not comment on the book — which is being re-drafted and is set to be released in August.

Wills and Kate's popularity boost

By Phil Dampier, author of Royally Suited

WILLIAM and Kate’s popularity has soared during the Covid crisis and most people will be on their side.

So it’s sad if this book tries to portray them in a bad light.

And if Harry is giving his approval for the book it will mean the rift between the brothers is getting worse.

William was correct to question if Meghan was the right girl for Harry, which seems to have been the start of the problems.

I think Meghan and Harry plotted their exit from the start and ­William has seen through it.

The Queen will be saddened by Harry’s departure but just glad that William will ­protect her legacy.

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