At the dock … and at the bar! Why William brought in lawyers for THIS argument over Harry’s sanity and what it’s REALLY partying with the two brothers – all the royal gossip and the scandal of our Palace Confidential TV chat show not miss

  • Explosive claims made in ITV documentary suggest Kensington Palace leaked stories about Prince Harry’s mental health during the Megxit crisis
  • William’s lawyers have challenged the creators of Harry and William: where did it go wrong? who cut the section of the film seen by the public
  • Daily Mail Royal Editor Rebecca English said William had ‘drawn a line in the sand’ and said the ITV program had crossed them
  • The claims were made by Omid Scobie, dubbed Meghan and Harry’s ‘stormtrooper’ by Daily Mail reporter Richard Eden
  • The documentary also suggests that Prince William partied as much as his brother Harry, but “never got caught”
  • Mail on Sunday Journalist Charlotte Griffiths reveals what it’s REALLY like to go out and party with the princes










This is not what was in the ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: Where Did It Go Wrong? that got royal watchers excited – it was what was left on the cutting room floor that turned out to be the biggest talking point.

A version of the documentary shown to the media featured a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had planted articles in the press about Prince Harry’s mental health.

This infuriated Prince William who asked the lawyers to dispute this, ITV nodded and the film that was shown to the public made no mention of it.

The incident shows “there’s a line in the sand” for William, Daily Mail royal editor Rebecca English told the royal Palace Confidential program.

Prince William and Prince Harry arrive for the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana at Sunken Garden in Kensington Palace on July 1

Prince William and Prince Harry arrive for the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana at Sunken Garden in Kensington Palace on July 1

Royal Daily Mail Editor Rebecca English speaks with the Royal Palace Confidential program

Royal Daily Mail Editor Rebecca English speaks with the Royal Palace Confidential program

“The suggestion he made about his brother and his mental health issues was just one step too far for him.”

Let’s look at who is making these claims, argues Daily Mail columnist Richard Eden. It’s Omid Scobie who is Harry and Meghan’s “stormtrooper” and “cheerleader”.

He makes increasingly strident and – I would say – provocative comments. And he made a claim, which he had no evidence to support.

A version of the ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: Where did it go wrong?  shown to the media a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had planted articles in the press about Prince Harry's mental health

A version of the ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: Where did it go wrong? shown to the media a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had planted articles in the press about Prince Harry’s mental health

Let's look at who is making these claims, argues Daily Mail columnist Richard Eden.  Omid Scobie is the

Let’s look at who is making these claims, argues Daily Mail columnist Richard Eden. It’s Omid Scobie who is Harry and Meghan’s “stormtrooper” and “cheerleader”

Mail on Sunday columnist Charlotte Griffiths says the documentary – Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong? – illustrates precisely the hard line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother.

“A new image is emerging that William is much harder in this situation than we previously thought…” she said. “He didn’t get into nonsense very early on, it seems.”

There are claims in the documentary that, as a younger man, Harry had the label of a party animal, but William enjoyed going out at night just as much.

There are claims in the documentary that, as a younger man, Harry had the label of a party animal, but William enjoyed going out at night just as much.

There are claims in the documentary that, as a younger man, Harry had the label of a party animal, but William enjoyed going out at night just as much.

Mail on Sunday columnist Charlotte Griffiths says the documentary - Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong?  - just illustrates the hard line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother

Mail on Sunday columnist Charlotte Griffiths says the documentary – Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong? – just illustrates the hard line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother

Charlotte reveals from personal experience what an evening with the princes involved and how different they were.

Perhaps not to be outdone by her grandsons, the Queen visited the country’s most famous pub – the Rovers Return.

Her Majesty toured the venue – and the famous cobblestones outside – as part of a visit to the set of Coronation Street, where she met the cast.



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