Prince William has never reacted to Prince Harry‘s various accusations, but he may well hit back in another way. According to “The Sun”, the crown prince is preparing a future documentary that would be completely different from the one his brother produced with Netflix.
Revenge is a dish best served cold… and preferably in front of the television for William and Harry. While the Duke of Sussex has caused a stir at Buckingham Palace with the Netflix-produced documentary Harry & Meghan, his elder sibling may also use the cameras to invite the public into his daily life. Unlike his brother, who produced a mini-series for a salary, William has agreed to be followed by ITV cameras “during a humanitarian project”.
According to The Sun of 28 April 2023, the footage shot “will focus on the day-to-day life of a working member of the royal family, and will be in stark contrast to the countless devastating interviews Prince Harry has used to destroy his family and the institution”. An open door that would let the world follow in William’s footsteps in his charity work, especially in a project on the homeless. Prince William also wants to use the media to get closer to the people, but not in a commercial way.
Prince William and Harry reconciled at the coronation?
Could Harry’s presence at the coronation of Charles III on 6 May really be an opportunity for reconciliation? According to The Express, the three could meet to resolve their differences: “I think these attempts will be kept private…
and William must be hurt,” says expert Andrew Lownie. It remains to be seen when Harry, The Princess of Wales and William will be able to slip away to talk. Prince Harry is not expected to stay long in London during his trip: he is said to be planning an express return trip during the day so as not to sleep on the spot and to return to Los Angeles as soon as possible to his little Archie, who will be celebrating his 4th birthday the same day.
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