Prince William refuses to take any 'nonsense' from his brother's team over claims that Kensington Palace leaked stories of Harry's mental health, experts say.
The Duke of Cambridge called in lawyers to challenge claims made by the Duke of Sussex to the producers of the Channel 5 documentary Harry and Meghan: Where Did it Go Wrong?
As a result of the legal dispute, Prince Harry's claims never made it to the final cut of the programme when it aired in March 21, 2020.
The Mail on Sunday's diarist Charlotte Griffiths told Palace Confidential: "A new picture is emerging that William is much tougher in this situation than we previously thought.
"He was not taking any nonsense from very early on it seems'."
The Daily Mail's Royal Editor Rebecca English added that the incident was 'a line in the sand' for the future king.
She added: "The suggestion that he had briefed about his brother and mental health issues was just a step too far for him."
Royal expert Omid Scobie also told the show that Harry is "coming up with increasingly strident and – I would say – provocative comments."
But this particular claim apparently "didn't have any evidence to back up."
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The news comes after royal author Phil Sampier told New Idea Royals Monthly magazine that William "just wishes his brother would put a sock in it."
The expert told the publication that the heir to the throne is carrying that burden along with the loss of his mother but has always said he didn't want the death of Diana to 'destroy him.'
However, signs that the frosty relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry may be starting to thaw after they appeared together for the unveiling of Diana's memorial statue.
According to US Weekly, a source said: "William and Harry spent the morning before the statue unveiling looking through old keepsakes, notes from Diana and bonding
“They have absolutely turned a new page in their relationship and have started the healing. Everyone around them was thrilled to see how close they were on the day of the statue unveiling.”
The Daily Star has contacted the Palace for comment.
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