"As for how [Prince William] feels about Harry since the release of Spare, a source close to the prince told me, 'There’s a huge amount of anger there,'" Omid Scobie wrote in his new book, Endgame.
"'He feels betrayed and sad about the situation. But he also doesn’t agree with the things his brother feels he has done. He feels he has lost Harry and doesn’t want to know this version of him. That version countered a Spencer family source, is simply 'Harry is a man who has stepped outside of the institution and sees things in a different light. They will never see eye to eye at this point. They’re on completely opposite sides... that won’t change,'" Scobie continued.
This revelation is one of many in the new biography that explores the breaking down of the once harmonious relationship between the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Sussex. Scobie also writes at length about how William and other senior royals left Harry virtually alone to find his way to Queen Elizabeth II's deathbed on September 8, 2022.
As The Royal Observer previously reported, Scobie detailed the events of September 8, starting that morning when news of the Queen's ailing health began to make headlines.
"'You should answer it,'" Meghan told him. He tapped accept just before it stopped. Harry hadn’t spoken to his father much that year, but this was not the time for any father-and-son tension. Charles told him he and Camilla were about to leave Dumfries House for Balmoral, where Princess Anne was already by the Queen’s side," Scobie wrote when describing an unlisted phone call Harry received that morning.
The book continued: "He told Harry to make his way to Scotland immediately. William, whom Charles had just spoken to, was supposedly working on arranging travel. Harry sent a text message to his brother, asking how he and Kate planned to get to Scotland and whether they could travel together. No response."
"'William ignored him,' said a family source. 'He clearly didn’t want to see his brother.' Princess Eugenie reached out to Harry to see if he had any more information about their grandmother. She had heard from another family member that it was 'time' but knew little more. With no invite forthcoming from any of the family members, Harry eventually located an available option — a private charter costing [$37,000] from Luton Airport, a 40-minute drive from Frogmore without traffic," the book revealed.
GBN reported on excerpts from Endgame.