Prince Harry unleashed a barrage of accusations at his older brother, Prince William, in the latest installments of his Netflix documentary – much to the horror of fans.
The second batch of episodes, released today (December 15) saw the Duke of Sussex claim his brother had shouted at him and even chimed into a legal battle between Meghan Markle and Daily Mail publisher Associated Press.
"It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father say things that just simply weren't true, and my grandmother quietly sit there, and sort of take it all in," Harry revealed in the penultimate episode of the six-part docuseries.
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"But you have to understand that, from the family's perspective, especially from hers, there are ways of doing things, and her ultimate sort of mission, goal, slash responsibility is the institution.
"People around her are telling her, 'By the way, that proposal, or these two doing X, Y, Z, is going to be seen as an attack on the institution.'
"Then she's gonna go on the advice that she's given. It was really hard."
Viewers watching the documentary were quick to respond to the claims, saying the warring brothers' mum, Princess Diana, would be devastated to see what had become of her sons' relationship.
"Pretty sure Diana would be devastated but not because of the actions of Harry," one Sussex fan wrote.
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Another added: "Anyone saying Diana would be ashamed of Harry…. no, she would be proud of him".
"As a mom, I keep thinking about #PrincessDiana," a third added, "and although I didn't know her… I am just thinking how awful she would be feeling about the riff between her boys."
The documentary also alleged William's aide had given a witness statement in a legal battle between Meghan and Associated Press over a leaked letter intended for her dad.
"When we were just about to go to the Court of Appeal, a senior member of the Duke of Cambridge's team came forward to give this witness statement which wasn't required," a friend of the Sussexes said in the documentary.
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"Sadly, there's just no way he could have done that without the authority of his bosses.
"The Mail on Sunday was arguing all the way through this that actually, this letter wasn't private because she shared a draft with her former press secretary and she shared some text messages with him.
"Even during the course of those text messages, Meghan said, 'Obviously everything I have drafted is with the understanding it could leak.'"
Speaking on the documentary, Meghan said of the witness statement: "I'm not gonna say anything about your brother, but it's so obvious."
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