Queen’s ‘angry response’ to Megxit at summit with Harry uncovered in new book

A bombshell new royal book will reportedly outline what happened during Megxit negotiations – and The Queen’s “angry” response.

Author Robert Lacey will examine the tension between Prince Harry and Prince William in Battle of Brothers: William and Harry — the Friendship and the Feuds.

It will also examine the impact ofMeghan MarkleandKate Middletonon their husbands’ relationship, along with the consequences of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s historic announcement in January.

A summit was held at Sandringham, where The Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and Harry thrashed out a future working arrangement.

According to Tatler, Battle of Brothers will include Her Majesty’s “angry response” and how the negotiations unfolded.

The book is also set to include details from a high-level insider who will discuss the “confrontation” between Harry and the palace.

Mr Lacey is a historical consultant for Netflix's hit series The Crown as well as the author of Majesty, a 1977 study of Queen Elizabeth.

The book’s synopsis reads: “Much reported on but little understood,Diana’sboys have lived under constant scrutiny since birth.

“Raised to be the closest of brothers, the last 18 months has seen a devastating breakdown of their once unbreakable bond.

“With an unrivalled knowledge of court life and access to impeccable sources, Robert Lacey investigates the untold reality of the brothers’ relationship, explaining what happened when two sons were raised for vastly different futures and showing how the seeds of damage were sown as their parents’ marriage unravelled.”

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In a press release earlier obtained by People , Mr Lacey said: “I have been astonished and sometimes moved to tears by the fresh details and insights I have discovered in researching this story of family conflict.

“It has been both enthralling and painful to trace this drama through the memories of close witnesses and some of the people most intimately involved.

“These two brothers — once inseparable and now separated by much more than mere distance — have been acting out the contradictions that go back into their childhoods and even before that: into their parents’ ill-fated marriage.

"We have seen conflicts between heir and spare in every recent generation of the royal family — but nothing so profound as this.”

The book will be published on October 15.

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