Prince William ‘has no interest in talking to Prince Harry’ after ‘betrayal’

Prince William has "no interest" in talking to brother Prince Harry at the upcoming Coronation due to the "betrayal" the latter made.

The Prince of Wales is reportedly still unappy with his younger brother and has no intention of forgiving the Duke of Sussex over allegations made in his book, Spare.

Harry's bombshell autobiography appears to have increased the divide between the pair, with sources reported by The Express alleging William is "still upset about Harry's book".

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The Prince reportedly has gone as far to consider the book, which released earlier this year, a "betrayal" of the family and is not interested in speaking to him at the Coronation of King Charles III.

A source close to the Sussexes said: "William feels it was a betrayal and he has no interest in communicating with Harry before the Coronation about their disagreements.

"The relationship is still fractured, and it is unclear when they will be able to mend fences."

It adds to the already nightmarish experience Prince Harry may have at the Coronation, with The Daily Star previously reporting the Duke would face a tough time without Meghan Markle by his side.

Expert Tessa Dunlop has since commented on the appearance of the Duke at the upcoming Coronation.

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She claimed the Duke was very reliant on his wife Meghan through public engagements under the Royal Family, as evidenced by a previous appearance at the Queen's funeral late last year.

Dunlop said: "Clearly, he does lean on her very heavily. And he’s coming alone. That means he’s exposed, effectively. He will be made to sit [farther from the royals] at best. So, he will have that feeling of demotion."

It could however be a better experience than first expected for the Duke, with a fellow expert believing he could fare better with other members of the family.

Expert and royal author Christopher Andersen added the Duke may be "afforded better treatment" at the Coronation.

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