According to the journalist Rebecca English, some moments of the documentary filmed in Africa by the Sussex were troubled by the Duke of Cambridge
As revealed by an expert on the events of the Royal Family, William was deeply shaken by a confession by Harry, who spoke openly about the tensions in their relationship.
The relationship between the Duke of Cambridge and his younger brother over the years has not been without conflict. In these decades, the relationship between Carlo's two sons has been the focus of media attention several times. There has long been talk of a deep bond, put to the test following the marriage between Harry and Meghan Markle.
In October 2019, the second son of the Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer spoke publicly about the relationship with his older brother during the documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, shot by Tom Bradby, a friend of his and of the former Suits star . According to Rebecca English, royal editor and pen of the Daily Mail, William would have been troubled to listen to his brother who, in the filming of a documentary seen by millions of people, spoke of the private details of their relationship.
As English recently pointed out, William would have watched the interview with a mixture of shock and horror. The statements made by Harry during his stay in Africa last year brought to the fore the rumors of a serious breach in the relationship between the two grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth.
During the documentary filmed in Africa, Harry, who stressed that he and William will always be brothers, admitted that they were on two different roads at the time and that, as in all relationships, there are also beautiful moments in them and others less beautiful. According to sources close to the two, tensions were exacerbated following the announcement of Megxit, which took place in early 2020.
Commenting on the Sussex's decision – who have just found a new special job in Los Angeles – to leave the role of senior members of The Firm, the Daily Mail correspondent Richard Kay, interviewed for the documentary William and Kate: Too Good to Be True , pointed out that no one is more aware of Harry than the type of life William has before him and that the Duke of Cambridge had every reason to expect support from his brother for support that ultimately did not come.