The one thing Prince Harry ‘has always hated’ about his father Charles, revealed by royal expert 

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Heartbreaking claim reveals the truth about Prince Harry and King Charles and it confirms what we feared… Check comments.

In the past, Prince Harry and Prince William had an unbreakable bond. Unfortunately, nobody expected their relationship to reach its lowest point.

During his childhood, William was the individual whom Harry relied on the most. “He’s the only person in the world with whom I can truly have open conversations about anything, and we comprehend each other and provide support to one another, and everything is alright,” Harry expressed about his brother on his 21st birthday. However, a year ago, the younger prince described his older brother as his “archnemesis.”

William and Harry went through a heartbreaking experience in their childhood when their mother, Princess Diana, passed away in a car accident. This unfortunate event brought the brothers, who were 12 and 15 years old at that time, even closer to each other.

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Harry remembered the traumatic event when he found out about his mother’s death in his book, Spare. He shared how his father broke the news gently by saying, “Sweetheart, Mommy was in a car accident.”

Harry remembered his father’s words about the complications. His mother had been seriously hurt and had to be taken to the hospital. His father used to call him “darling boy” often, but now he was saying it more frequently. His voice was gentle, indicating that he was in a state of shock.

Unfortunately, despite their efforts, the dear boy couldn’t survive the head injury.

The prince also stated that Charles touched his knee and reassured him by saying, “Everything will be fine,” but he didn’t give him a hug.

Harry claimed that everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing the night his mother passed away.

I shed tears at the burial, and I can explain in detail how peculiar it was. There was a sense of guilt that I and William both experienced while strolling around the perimeter of Kensington Palace.

He mentioned that 50,000 flower bouquets were given to our mother. We were shaking hands and smiling. I watched the videos and saw everything. The hands we shook were wet, we didn’t know why. It was because they were wiping away tears.

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Princes William and Harry walking behind her casket on the day of her funeral is an image many Britons could never forget.

Harry later criticized the decision to make the two young boys walk through London while the whole world watched.

He shared with Newsweek in 2017 that his mother had passed away, and he had to walk a great distance behind her coffin with many people watching in person and on TV. He believes no child should have to go through that experience.

William and Harry hardly communicate with each other nowadays. Despite rumors of reconciliation attempts, many believe they don’t even have phone conversations.

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A shocking revelation in Spare is the intense argument between the brothers over Meghan Markle, possibly named after Harry’s role as the second son of the King or being “spared” from his family.

Harry’s brother allegedly described Meghan as “challenging,” “impolite,” and “harsh,” as per Harry’s account.

Harry described how William visited Nottingham Cottage, then their home at Kensington Palace in London, to talk about the challenges in their relationship and dealing with the media.

However, the conversation turned into a heated argument.

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In order to calm things down, Harry handed over a glass of water to his brother.

He placed the water on the table, called me a different name, then approached me. Everything happened quickly. He seized me by the collar, tearing my necklace, and pushed me to the ground. I fell on the dog’s bowl, breaking it under my back, the shards piercing my skin. I stayed there for a while, confused, then stood up and ordered him to leave.

Supposedly, William later encouraged Harry to retaliate, but Harry declined.

Harry wrote about the increased frustration he experienced, mentioning the red mist that clouded his vision for many years, which he also saw in someone else.

He desired me to retaliate, but I decided against it.

Harry’s bond with his father may be stronger than his bond with his brother, but they are definitely not as close as they used to be.

LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 06: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attends the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla on May 6, 2023 in London, England. The Coronation of Charles III and his wife, Camilla, as King and Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the other Commonwealth realms takes place at Westminster Abbey today. Charles acceded to the throne on 8 September 2022, upon the death of his mother, Elizabeth II. (Photo by Ben Stansall – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Reportedly, Harry attempted to arrange a phone call with his father on Father’s Day, but royal author Tom Quinn claims that his attempts were not well-received.

Quinn informed the Mirror that Harry attempted to arrange a call with his father, but his father is hesitating due to Camilla’s advice to avoid upsetting King Charles. Harry is aware that the public is observing whether he will make an effort to reconnect with his father. Despite their strained relationship, he is determined to send a heartfelt message.

Quinn stated that Harry has a major issue: he believes that King Charles doesn’t show enough concern for him and instead favors William, his older son.

Quinn informed the Mirror that it’s simple to overlook Harry’s genuine love for his father. He simply dislikes the fact that Charles consistently backs William during any family disagreement.

Hopefully, Harry and the other members of the royal family will eventually reconcile their differences.

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