Prince William made 'big change' after latest explosive Prince Harry claims, says expert
19.11.2023 - 13:41
Following more claims about the feud between Prince Harry and Prince William, it’s been reported that the future King has made a big change.
As extracts from Omid Scobie’s new book about the Royal Family, Endgame, were published in the US media this week, William headed to Manchester to drop in on a scheme which works to tackle youth violence.
The Prince of Wales was joined by the Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Turnham on the trip on Thursday, as the prince’s Royal Foundation and the politician’s office boosted the coffers of the Manchester Peace Together Alliance by £50,000 each.
As reports the Mirror, the royal trip came amid claims from Scobie’s upcoming book that Harry had desperately tried to contact his brother in the final hours of the Queen’s life, in a bid to get up to Balmoral before she passed away.
Further claims state that William is now convinced that his brother has been “brainwashed” by and “army of therapists” in the US.
But according to body language expert Judi James, William was taking a leaf out of his late grandmother’s book by going full steam ahead with a “business as usual” approach. He was spotted helping some youngsters making some artwork, playing pool and even put up with some cheeky questions about his bank balance.
Judi told the Mirror: "If his body language signals here contain any responses to the latest attempts to skewer the royals via some barbed quotes in the Scobie book it's more like a hint of mild exasperation than any appearance of being genuinely rattled.
"All the Firm should be tired of this game by now but although every missile is missing its mark the overall effect must be wearying. Despite this though or perhaps because of it, William looks even more determined than usual
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