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King Charles’ appeal to sons at Prince Philip’s funeral


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King Charles pleaded with his sons ‘don’t make my last years a misery’ at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, Prince Harry has claimed according to reports in his book.

The conversation would be revealed in Duke Spare’s memoir, which is due for publication next week.

According to The Guardian, which says it has seen a leaked copy of the book, Harry recounts private conversations between members of the royal family.

At the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral in April 2021, Harry allegedly claimed Charles stood between his sons “looking at our red faces”.

“Please, boys,” the king reportedly told them. “Don’t make my last years a misery.”

The funeral was marked by ongoing tension between the brothers.

They did not walk side by side in a procession behind their grandfather’s coffin from Windsor Castle to St George’s Chapel, and were instead separated by their cousin Peter Phillips.

The duke was also not accompanied by his wife, who was heavily pregnant.

The Guardian reports that in his book, the Duke also accuses his brother of physically assaulting him.

He is said to claim the Prince of Wales, then Duke of Cambridge, arrived home in London in 2019 and called the Duchess of Sussex ‘difficult’, ‘rude’ and ‘abrasive’.

William is then accused of grabbing the Duke by the collar and throwing him to the ground.

Kensington Palace declined to comment. Buckingham Palace has been approached for comment.

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