Prince Harry Attacked Kate Middleton Publicly Says Engagement Ring Claim Is ‘Absolutely Rubbish’

Prince Harry slams Kate Middleton engagement ring

Prince Harry slams Kate Middleton engagement ring The Duke of Sussex used his explosive memoir Spare to address a series of stories written about him and his family, sharing his version of events. One subject that he was keen to address was his brother’s decision to pop the question to his university girlfriend. Following the now Prince and Princess of Wales’ engagement announcement in November 2010, it was reported that Harry had shared a “tender moment” with his elder brother, prior to William’s engagement. But Harry has now said that wasn’t the case, and said he didn’t even know his brother was planning to get down on one knee. He claims he found out about William’s engagement via newspapers, despite spending a recent trip together in Lesotho.

On the pages of Spare, which hit the shelves last month, he wrote: “Soon after we returned to Britain the Palace announced that Willy was going to marry. November 2010… News to me. All that time together in Lesotho, he’d never mentioned it. “The papers published florid stories about the moment I realised Willy and Kate were well matched, the moment I appreciated the depth of their love and thus decided to gift Willy the ring I’d inherited from Mummy, the legendary sapphire, a tender moment between brothers, a bonding moment for all three of us, and absolute rubbish: none of it ever happened. “I never gave Willy that ring because it wasn’t mine to give. He already had it. He’d asked for it after Mummy died, and I’d been more than happy to let it go.” Harry made a series of digs at his brother in the book, including a shocking account of a physical attack at Kensington Palace. He claims his older brother pushed him to the ground which left him covered in cuts during a row about Meghan. Harry claims William described his then-girlfriend as “abrasive and rude”


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