Prince William and Kate Middleton have grown nearer ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle publically criticised them.
Tom Quinn stated on Newsweek’s Royal Report podcast that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have helped strengthen the Prince and Princess of Wales’s bond.
“I am sure that the assault from Harry and Meghan has certainly [brought Prince William and Kate Middleton closer],” the knowledgeable stated.
“You are by no means nearer than when you’ve a perceived enemy—’enemy’ might be too sturdy a phrase—however they may really feel that not simply that they are beneath assault, however that they are extra remoted, that they need to watch out that they sing from the identical hymn ebook because it had been, as a result of there’s all the time this issue with somebody that is far sufficient away to make criticisms, and clearly has a style for making criticisms, that appears impossible to finish,” he added.
“We all know for instance that Meghan is now writing her personal ebook,” Quinn continued. “I am positive William and Kate are, I would not say dreading that, however they’re considering: ‘Properly, there’s going to be extra of the identical.’
“So, I feel it in all probability has pushed them nearer collectively,” the knowledgeable.
In his bombshell memoir Spare, Harry penned that William bodily attacked him and “knocked” him to the ground throughout an argument in 2019.
“He grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and he knocked me to the ground,” the father-of-two claimed. “I landed on the canine’s bowl, which cracked beneath my again, the items slicing into me.”
“I lay there for a second, dazed, then received to my toes and informed him to get out.”