Prince Harry is said to have lashed out at his brother William, who reportedly asked him not to "rush things" with Meghan, a new book has claimed.
According to a palace insider who contributed to Christopher Andersen’s new book, Brothers and Wives: Inside The Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan, the alleged outburst came in September 2017, when the Duke of Sussex indicated that he was about to propose to the Suits star, prompting William to ask: "Why rush things?"
The friction allegedly began when those close to Harry became concerned about his relationship with Meghan, whom he met in July 2016.
One of the sceptics was reported to be his uncle, Earl Spencer – Princess Diana’s brother – whom William used to underline his opinion that the couple should slow down, Page Six reports.
According to the author, this only made things "far worse" as Harry was now "furious that his brother was actively seeking to have others interfere in his personal affairs" and soon became "angry" with anyone he perceived to be "against Meghan".
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Harry had been worried that his brother, who can be "very stiff" would think Meghan to be "an opportunist".
The book claims that the Duke of Cambridge was initially charmed, but soon started to have doubts and he, along with his wife Kate, "wanted a proper English rose" for Harry.
They reportedly became increasingly concerned by headlines about Meghan’s father and estranged half-siblings.
Andersen continues on to say that the escalating Markle family drama went on to "mortify" Harry and Meghan and "horrify" William, who reportedly said he didn’t "know what to believe".
He allegedly expressed his doubts to his father, Prince Charles, informing him that Harry’s obsessions with Meghan were "like something I’d never seen" and went on to say that it felt like he’d lost his best friend.
The Daily Star has approached the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex for comment.
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