ET Online: Prince William Is Terribly Unsettled after Prince's Harry Revelation to Gayle King
The relationship between royal siblings Prince Harry and Prince William may have taken a turn for the worse following revelations that the latter is distressed about his brother's talks with Gayle King.
It is over a week since Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey aired. While the dust raised from that interview is yet to settle, another fire may be brewing, this time between Prince Harry and his older brother, William.
On Tuesday's edition of "CBS This Morning," television personality Gayle King revealed she had spoken with Harry and Meghan in the wake of their interview with Winfrey.
Harry reportedly told King that he had spoken with his older brother William and their father, Prince Charles.
The royal couple also made King understand that his conversations with his father and brother were not productive. However, the couple is glad they are in talks with senior royals.
Following King's revelations, a source has told ET that Prince William is deeply distressed with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's decision to share details of private family conversations.
The online publication also learned that Harry and Meghan were hopeful that discussions with the royal family would lead to a healing process. Another source also said Queen Elizabeth is upset by the whole situation.
Last Thursday, Prince William addressed Harry and Meghan's allegations of racism against the royal family when he and his wife, Kate Middleton, made their first public appearance.
Buckingham Palace thanked all the medical staff who looked after Prince Philip.
.@GayleKing checked in with Prince Harry & Meghan this weekend:— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) March 16, 2021
“Harry has talked to his brother and he has talked to his father, too. The word I was given was those conversations were not productive. But they are glad that they have at least started a conversation.” pic.twitter.com/fe0ATukkYw
William told a reporter that his family is not racist. When he was asked if he had spoken to Harry, the Prince replied in the negative, adding that he would do so.
Despite the raging royal war, William and Kate have continued to carry on with their duties. Before Harry and Meghan's interview aired, the couple spoke to a suicidal 12-year-old boy who found help with their text counseling service, Shout.
On Wednesday, the couple also appeared in a video shared by the Irish Foreign Ministry as they wished the country a happy St. Patrick's Day.
Kate was clad in festive attire for the occasion, sporting a bright green blazer from Zara, which she accessorized with a delicate shamrock necklace.
Meanwhile, the royal family had something to cheer about after Queen Elizabeth's husband, Prince Philip, 99, left the hospital after a four-week stay following successful heart surgery.
In a statement, Buckingham Palace thanked all the medical staff who looked after Prince Philip during his stay at both King Edward VII's Hospital and St. Bartholomew's Hospital. The royal family also thanked everyone for their good wishes.