Prince Harry has censored half of his memoirs for fear his father and brother will ‘never forgive him’

“Fear for his nephews and niece”

The book entitled “Le Suppléant” got off to a flying start in bookshops. The youngest son of Charles III spares no one, especially not his brother, two years older than him, whom he describes as “the best enemy”. Nevertheless, “there are things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know,” Prince Harry told The Telegraph. “Because I don’t think they would forgive me.”

In the interview, made before the release of the book in California where he lives, Harry also explains that he feels responsible for William’s children: George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4. “I know out of those three kids, at least one of them will end up like me, the alternate,” he said. “And it hurts me,” he added, admitting that William had “made it clear to him that his children are not my responsibility”.

He demands an apology from the monarchy

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