He just ignores questions about Harry
William and Kate have made their first public date since the publication of Harry’s controversial autobiography.
Once again, the British royals apparently do not want to comment on Prince Harry’s (38) escapades. At their first public appearance after the publication of Harry’s autobiography “Spare” (original title: “Spare”) and several TV interviews with the prince, they gave themselves Prince William (40) and Princess Kate (41) in good spirits, as shown by pictures of their arrival at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
William and Kate were greeted there with great applause, like the British “Daily Mail” reported. During the visit, the royals should meet, among other things, employees of the hospital. William seemed to skilfully ignore inquiries about his brother Harry. A short video clip by a correspondent of the US magazine “People” on Twitter shows aboutas William completely ignored a corresponding question.
had Harry just don’t make William look good in the book. Even before the publication on January 10, it was reported that he described, among other things, an argument in which William allegedly grabbed his brother and threw him to the ground.
Which documentary, which book?
Also King Charles III. (74) had on Thursday for the first time after the publication of the book again shown at a public appearance. In Aberdeenshire, according to media reports, he spoke with a smile to Royal fans and employees of charities. He was also nothing to note.
It’s entirely possible that the royals will just sit the matter out without comment. Already after the release of the documentary series “Harry & Meghan” on Netflix, in which Prince Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan (41), allegedly accused the palace of lack of support, among other things, the family presented themselves at a traditional Christmas concert in December united and stoic.
The world, meanwhile, is showing interest in Harry’s autobiography. On the day of publication, “Spare” had sold 1.43 million copies in the US, Canada and Great Britain alone, according to publisher Penguin Random House.