Britain's Prince Harry has publicly revealed the deep rift between himself and King Charles III. and Prince William described. "I want my father back. I want my brother back. At the moment I don't recognize her," said the 38-year-old in an interview with the British broadcaster ITV broadcast on Sunday. "But forgiveness is 100 percent a possibility." He hopes for reconciliation, Harry stressed.
The interview accompanies the release of his memoir "Spare" (German: "Reserve"), which should be available in bookstores from Tuesday (January 10). In Spain they were inadvertently available for a short time in some bookstores on Thursday. Since then, British media have been reporting on piquant details of the book.
In the book, Harry is said to have made the most serious allegations against his brother Prince William (40), who is said to have thrown him to the ground and injured him in an argument. The triggers were therefore allegations against Meghan. The rivalry with the big brother is already mentioned in the title of the book with the term "reserve". According to the statements that have become public, the brothers, who were once considered inseparable, have long been in bitter competition. Harry refers to William in the book as a "beloved brother" and "greatest adversary".