Prince William may have some ‘regrets’ over a conversation he had with brother Prince Harry.
The Duke of Cambridge reportedly expressed his concerns that his brother’s relationship with Meghan Markle was developing too quickly in last summer’s warts-and-all memoir Finding Freedom. For a long time, there has been speculation regarding a rift between royal brothers William and Harry.
William, 39, had told Harry: “Don’t feel you need to rush this, take as much time as you need to get to know this girl.” – according to the book.
Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, the book’s authors, say Harry took offense.
Now, Katie Nicholls believes that William is likely to regret the conversation.
She told Daily Express.co.uk:
“William probably does have a major regret over the conversation that he had with his brother around the time of the engagement.” She added:
“When William sat down with Harry and urged him just to take his time. Not to rush into anything – what was intended as well-meant, brotherly advice didn’t go down with Harry at all.
“Harry felt he didn’t have his brother’s support. And, that really was the beginning of the breakdown of what was up until then, an unbreakable brotherly bond.” – according to the source Entertainment Daily.