Prince Harry’s family believes he was “kidnapped by a psychotherapy cult” and his wife, Meghan Markle, according to a report.
Harry admitted in his own notes, “reserve” that since 2019, Prince William has feared his brother is being “brainwashed” by therapy – sparking the final battle in their strained relationship.
“He and Meghan were kidnapped by a psychiatric sect,” the source told the British tabloid.
“It is impossible for him to return under these circumstances,” the source said.
A source told The Independent that Harry’s immediate family, including King Charles III’s father and stepmother Queen Consort Camilla, feel “trapped” because they know everything they say will now be used against them.
“They really can’t get engaged because whatever they say will be shared with the media. It’s impossible to have a conversation or write a speech because of the risk that anything they say will be put out in the public domain by Harry, potentially for his own good,” the royal source said. commercial.”
“There was a complete breakdown of confidence.”
In ‘Spear’ – the memoir officially released on Tuesday – Harry complains about his brother, the 40-year-old heir, who refuses to join him in the fight. One of the treatment sessions.
“His strategy was crystal clear: I wasn’t right, which means I wasn’t wise. As if all my behavior should be called into question,” Harry wrote — detailing how it “turned into an argument, stretching out over 72 hours.”
“Every now and then I realized my worst fear came true: after months of therapy, after working hard to become more aware, more independent, I was a stranger to my older brother,” Harry wrote.
“He can no longer communicate with me,” he said — indicating that the fight led to a final text exchange between the two brothers.
“I memorized the texts. I still have them,” Harry wrote, saying they filled him with “sadness” and “confusion” — even though William’s letters told him he “loved him” and would “do whatever is required to help him.”
Earlier, Harry had also admitted following his alleged brother Hit him to the ground He “calls my therapist” instead of his wife.
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Buckingham Palace has so far refused to comment on Harry’s book or many TV interviews.
In it, the King’s youngest son claimed that even after his revelations and painful accusations “he would like my father back, I would like my brother back”.
He even told ITV’s Tom Bradby that ‘reconciliation’ could have a ripple effect around the world.
“Maybe this is noble, perhaps this is naive, whatever. But I feel the sincerity of it,” he said.
The prince thinks this can happen after an apology. However, The Independent’s source confirmed: “They won’t apologize because they don’t acknowledge Harry’s version of events.”
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