Why did William call a lawyer over THAT row over Harry’s mental health

Not like the one in the ITV documentary Harry and Meghan: Where Did it Go Wrong? which excited the royal watchers – it was what remained on the cutting room floor that proved to be the biggest talking point.

The version of the documentary shown to the media featured a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had spread stories in the media about Prince Harry’s mental health.

This angered Prince William who instructed lawyers to challenge this, ITV agreed and the film made no mention of it.

The incident showed ‘that there is a line in the sand’ for William, Daily Mail’s Royal Editor Rebecca English told royal program Palace Confidential.

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

Daily Mail Royal Editor Rebecca English speaks to Palace Confidential’s royal program

‘The suggestion that he has briefed his brother and mental health issues is just a step too far for him’.

Let’s see who makes these claims, says Daily Mail diarist Richard Eden. It is Omid Scobie who is Harry and Meghan’s ‘stormtrooper’ and ‘cheerleader’.

He’ came with increasingly shrill and – I would say – provocative remarks. And he made a claim, which he had no evidence to support.’

ITV documentary version of Harry and Meghan: Where Did it Go Wrong? featured in the media featuring a contributor claiming that Kensington Palace had planted stories in the media about Prince Harry’s mental health

Let’s see who makes these claims, says Daily Mail diarist Richard Eden. This is Omid Scobie who is Harry and Meghan’s ‘stormtrooper’ and ‘cheerleader’

Meanwhile, The Mail on Sunday writer Charlotte Griffiths said that the documentary – Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong? – describes only the hard line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother.

‘A new picture is emerging that William is much more resilient in this situation than we previously thought…’ he said. ‘Looks like he didn’t pick up bullshit in the first place’.

There have been claims in the documentary that as a younger man, Harry had a party tag boy, but William also loved going out at night.

There are claims in the documentary that as a younger man Harry had a party tag boy, but William is just as fond of a night out

The Mail on Sunday writer Charlotte Griffiths said that the documentary – Harry and William: Where Did It Go Wrong? – depicts only the hard line taken by William in the face of resistance from his younger brother

Charlotte reveals from personal experience what nights with the princes were involved and how they differed.

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

His Majesty paid a visit to the venue – and the famous cobblestone street outside – as part of a visit to the Coronation Street location, where he met the cast.

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