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Prince Harry Refused To Deny Rift With Brother William In Bombshell Interview

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Prince Harry Refused To Deny Rift With Brother William In Bombshell Interview

‘Brothers have good days and bad days.’


Prince Harry has confirmed rift with siblings by stating they’re traveling on a different path.

In a recent interview, the Duke of Sussex revealed there had been deepening tensions between him and Williams, after months of speculation about the state of the brother’s relationship.

In a candid interview, Prince Harry has confirmed rift with siblings by stating they’re traveling on a different path

Making this comment in a TV documentary broadcast On Sunday night, Prince Harry attacked the press over the public scrutiny that his wife, Markle and himself have been faced with.

‘I will not be bullied into playing a game that killed my mother.’ The Duke of Sussex said. The attack against the press, however, comes after Harry and Markle unveiled a legal action against numerous British newspapers.



Claims have raged about the state of Harry and William’s relationship in recent months, following the break-up of ‘Fab Four’.

Earlier, the palace workers had repeatedly denied claims of a rift between the Sussexes and the Cambridges, who had at a point championed as the Royal Family’s Fab Four.

But when questioned of how true the claim was during an ITV documentary which aired on Sunday night, the prince clearly refused to deny the rift.

On Saturday, it was reported that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take six weeks off from Royal duties for some ‘much-needed family time

Harry, 35, initially responded to the question with a laugh, then said: ‘Part of this role, job, and this family being under the pressure it is under is inevitable stuff. Look, we are brothers, we’ll always be brothers. But, certainly on a different path at the moment. I’ll be there for him and he’ll always be there for me.’

Harry, who also said brothers have good days and bad days added: ‘We don’t see as much as we used to because we’re busy, but I love him dearly and the numerous stuff he created out of nothing.’



Harry spoke about his struggles with mental health and how the death of his mother had an impact on his life



In the documentary, the Duke of Sussex described the way he deals with the pressures of his life as being a matter of ‘constant management’

Harry’s comment concerning his brother, William, 37 might prove embarrassing for Buckingham Palace, who had sought to water down reports of rifts between the Sussexes and Cambridges.

He also told the broadcaster it would be ‘amazing’ to live in Cape Town and that Africa will be the focus of his work

Prince Harry also opened up about his struggles after his mother passed away and mental health

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Sympathy for the couple, however, was widespread on Twitter that it got topped on trends



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