The anguishing meeting is thought to have taken place at Windsor Castle (Picture: Getty)
King Charles begged his warring sons Prince William and Prince Harry ‘not to make his final years a misery’ during an anguishing meeting at Windsor Castle, it has been claimed.
Further details have been released from the Duke of Sussex’s memoir, Spare, set to be released on January 10.
A passage from the highly-anticipated book, published in the Guardian, recounts a meeting between the two princes and their father after Prince Phillip’s funeral in April 2021.
It is already seen as of Harry’s most shocking revelations of private conversations between the senior royals.
Charles is reported to have stood between his two sons, ‘looking up at our flushed faces’.
‘Please, boys. Don’t make my final years a misery,’ Harry quotes the future King as saying.
Buckingham Palace is yet to comment on any of the explosive extracts from the tell-all memoir, including reports that William physically attacked his brother after a row about his wife, Meghan Markle.
Rumours about the feud between the two princes have been circulating since Harry moved to the US (Picture: AP)
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The book is said to be ‘tough on’ the Prince of Wales, and there are fears this will only worsen their already strained relationship.
It comes after ITV published a 20-second clip showing Harry opening up about his relationship with the King and William.
Speaking to presenter Tom Bradby, he admitted he wanted to ‘get his father back’ and to ‘have his brother back’.
Mr Brady also asked the prince if he will attend the King’s coronation later this year if he is invited.
Harry says: ‘There’s a lot that can happen between now and then. But, the door is always open. The ball is in their court.
‘There’s a lot to be discussed and I really hope that they’re willing to sit down and talk about it.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Buckingham Palace for a comment.
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