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Former Royal editor reveals William and Harry are ‘very, very defensive of their other halves’


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‘They’re very, very defensive of their other halves’: Royal author reveals how ‘passionate and honest’ Harry and his brother William are determined to protect their wives

  • Journalist Duncan Larcombe has given fascinating new insight into the Royals
  • Said Princes are ‘very, very defensive’ of their wives, Kate and Meghan 
  • Former Royal editor also admitted he and Prince Harry once nearly had a fight 

A former Royal Editor has revealed that Prince Harry and Prince William are ‘very, very defensive’ of their wives – and that he and Harry once nearly had a fight.

Journalist Duncan Larcombe, the author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story, also says that he believes there may be something to the reports the Harry’s pregnant wife, Meghan, does not get on with her sister-in-law Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.   

He said: ‘I’ve found that with Harry and William as well, that if you write a story about them that’s true, and that’s fair, they don’t have a problem with it. 

Former Royal editor Duncan Larcombe has revealed that Prince Harry and Prince William are ‘very, very defensive’ of their wives – and that he and Harry once nearly had a fight

‘Where they start getting angry or defensive is when you get something wrong, they’re also very, very defensive of their other halves.’ 

He added: ‘Harry and I very nearly had a fight once. It was fine, we had a bit of a heated argument, but Harry is a passionate guy and if he’s angry he’ll tell you. Good on him, he’s honest.’ 

On rumours of a rift between Meghan and Kate, the former Royal Editor at The Sun said: ‘I think it’s very interesting that the Palace have come out and denied certain stories but, others they haven’t actually denied at all.’ 

He also spoke about what it was like reporting on the young royals during their wilder years – especially in light of him reporting on the infamous ‘Nazi-gate’ incident which saw a 19-year-old Prince Harry being pictured wearing a Swastika at a fancy dress party.

Larcombe also says that he believes there may be something to the reports the Harry's pregnant wife, Meghan, does not get on with her sister-in-law Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge

Larcombe also says that he believes there may be something to the reports the Harry’s pregnant wife, Meghan, does not get on with her sister-in-law Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge

He said: ‘There were real concerns [in the royal family] that Prince Harry was here imploding publicly, and what was that going to do to the reputation of the Royals? 

‘As it turns out it was the best thing that could have happened to them, this wild and rebellious prince has now become the Jewel In The Crown of the British Royal Family.’ 

Duncan also praised the Duchess of Sussex’s mother, Doria Ragland, for her quiet presence next to Meghan on her wedding day. He said: ‘She’s maintained a dignified silence, she has done everything right.’

On rumours of a rift between Meghan and Kate, the former Royal Editor at The Sun said: 'I think it's very interesting that the Palace have come out and denied certain stories but, others they haven't actually denied at all'

On rumours of a rift between Meghan and Kate, the former Royal Editor at The Sun said: ‘I think it’s very interesting that the Palace have come out and denied certain stories but, others they haven’t actually denied at all’

In comparison, he slammed Meghan’s father, Thomas, and half-sister Samantha, adding: ‘They have reduced the commentary of the Royal family to something from the Jerry Springer Show, you know it’s tacky.’

The interview airs on Yahoo’s series, the Royal Box, which focuses around Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. 

Hosted by Kate Thornton, the popular series brings a range of experts and guests to deliver insider tips and analysis on the latest royal family news and events. 

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