In a fight over shaving his beard before the wedding, Prince Harry claims that William "raised his voice."In a fight over shaving his beard before the wedding, Prince Harry claims that William "raised his voice."

In a fight over shaving his beard before the wedding, Prince Harry claims that William "raised his voice."

Prior to his nuptials to Meghan Markle in 2018, Prince Harry described a contentious argument with his brother, Prince William, that lasted for a week in his new memoir.Prior to his nuptials to Meghan Markle in 2018, Prince Harry described a contentious argument with his brother, Prince William, that lasted for a week in his new memoir.
Prior to his nuptials to Meghan Markle in 2018, Prince Harry described a contentious argument with his brother, Prince William, that lasted for a week in his new memoir.
Long before Harry and Meghan Markle decided to leave the royal family, there was conflict between Prince Harry and Prince William.
Harry disclosed that he requested and received Queen Elizabeth II's approval to leave his beard untrimmed before the wedding.
Harry claimed that William reacted angrily at the thought of him rocking scruff on his special day because it is not proper per military regulations, rules, and so forth.
William reportedly said, "You put her in a bad spot, Harold.
She was compelled to accept.
According to Harry's letter, Willy had always believed that Granny had a soft spot for me and indulged me while holding him to an impossibly higher standard.
Harry noted that he would not let it go.
As the Heir speaking to the Spare, he once even gave me the go-ahead to shave.
Harry said, "William hated the idea of me taking advantage of a benefit he'd been denied. He also harbored resentment over not being able to wear the uniform he wanted on his wedding day.
In one of our beard discussions, he expressed bitter displeasure that I was unable to wed in the Household Cavalry frock coat that he had intended for his wedding, Harry recalled.
Harry acknowledged telling William he was being ridiculous, but claimed that William just kept getting angrier and angrier. Ultimately, Harry was able to hold his own.
Finally, I told him firmly and defiantly that his bearded brother was soon to wed, and he could decide whether to support the union or not. Harry said that he was free to make that decision.
When Harry appeared on 60 Minutes on January 8, he admitted that he hadn't spoken to his brother in a while and that ...
...they weren't even texting at the time. Unfortunately, as time went on, things between the brothers worsened.
The two were last seen each other at the Queen's funeral in September, and he expressed his desire for them to be able to find peace.