The underlying message of Prince Harry’s memoir 'Spare' is that he "wants revenge,” a royal expert has claimed.
In the book, the Duke of Sussex made a series of bombshell allegations about members of the royal family – including Prince William and Kate Middleton, as well as King Charles III.
In one particularly shocking passage Harry claims that after his older brother came to visit him at Nottingham Cottage, where he had been living at the time and the two brothers ended up having a physical fight.
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According to Harry, William called Meghan "difficult", "rude" and "abrasive".
Harry was not happy about William describing his wife in this way and the confrontation escalated, with the Duke claiming his brother "grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and … knocked me to the floor".
Harry alleged that the physical altercation left him injured as he fell on a dog bowl, which "cracked" under his back, causing the pieces to cut into him.
Now, a few weeks after the 416-page book's release, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has suggested that releasing Spare was a "bad idea”.
Speaking on Radio New Zealand's podcast Nights with Karyn Hay, Richard said: "So you wonder, launching a memoir was always, I thought, a bad idea.
“Even the Duke of Windsor, 15 years after the abdication, he published the King's Story, but this was a completely different era and the book, although it caused some controversy, was nothing like this… these are direct, fierce, vengeful attacks on the Royal Family.
"He seems to want revenge. Also, the word 'spare', overshadowed by his brother, the heir and the spare, was always bitter, but I don't think anyone thought the book could be quite as vengeful and angry as it is."
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Richard also pondered over the "long-term goal" of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex following the numerous claims they have made about the Royal Family in the last two months.
Prior to the release of 'Spare' earlier this month, 'Harry & Meghan' was released on Netflix, in which the couple, who tied the knot in 2018, reflected on their love story and 'Megxit'.
The Daily Star has approached the Duke of Sussex for comment.
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