Both Harry and William urged King Charles III to not marry Queen Consort Camilla

Back when Princess Diana of Wales was still alive, sons Prince Harry and Prince William were obviously taking her side when the divorce with King Charles III was looming. Prince Harry decided to air plenty of the more intimate details of his life that involved pretty much all members of the Royal Family. Whenthe divorce happened, Princess Diana famously said there were three in that marriage between her and Charles. She obviously implied Camilla in the mix, who had always been the king’s first and most important love.

Preview clip of Prince Harry interview with ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’

But the Royal Family arranged the marriage with Princess Diana because Camilla was already married. King Charles III had Prince Harry and Prince William with his wife and allegedly no children with Camilla. It took them many years to marry but they finally did long after Princess Diana passed away. In his memoir, Prince Harry takes the readers through the internal struggle both he and Prince William had to endure. They needed to accept this reality despite not liking Queen Consort Camilla.

Prince Harry: ‘We urged him not to marry Camilla’

This is what Prince Harry wrote on his memoir:”Despite Willy and me urging him not to, Pa was going ahead. We pumped his hand, wished him well. No hard feelings. We recognized that he was finally going to be with the woman he loved, the woman he’d always loved. Fate might’ve intended for him in the first place. Whatever bitterness or sorrow we felt over the closing of another loop in Mummy’s story, we understood that it was besides the point.

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“I remember wondering … if she would be cruel to me; if she would be like all the evil stepmothers in the stories. Willy had been suspicious of the Other Woman for a long time, which confused and tormented him. When those suspicions were confirmed, he felt agonizing remorse for not having done or said anything before.”