PRINCE Harry and Prince William’s relationship is “irretrievably damaged” but there are bigger bombshells to come, a royal expert has warned.

The Duke of Sussex made several sensational claims about his brother in his Netflix docu-series, and it’s thought more groundbreaking revelations will come out in his book next month.

In the second Volume of Harry and Meghan’s show, the duke claimed William screamed at his brother during crisis Megxit talks.

He also told how the worse part of his and Meghan’s break-up with the royal family was the damage it did to his relationship with William.

He said: "It created this wedge between myself and my brother. He's now on the institution's side. And part of that I get, I understand.”

And Harry said he wants an apology from the royals, for how they treated him and his wife.


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But now royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams has told how the relationship may be beyond repair.

He told The Sun: “There’s no question that this is a very damaging docu-series.

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“It's skillfully made and destructive – particularly to William – extremely cruel.

“There's no doubt that the rift between the brothers will irretrievable after the claims in regard to the Sandringham summit.”

And Mr Fitzwilliams believes things could get even worse between the brother with Harry’s book “Spare” set to be released on January 10.

He said: “It is very clear that Harry is holding things back for his book.

“All of this is part of a gigantic operation with huge money to play for.

“You always have to hold things back if you want them to sell because you want sensation.

“The book is titled ‘Spare’ and it's perfectly obvious that there’s not much brotherly love around.”

It comes as Harry and Meghan also claimed their popularity was a threat to other members of the royals.

In episode 4, a friend of Meghan’s claims that their official tour of Australia officially marked the “turning point” when the couple's global popularity began to spike.

In the episode, Prince Harry says: "When someone who is marrying in should be a supporting act, is then stealing the limelight, or doing the job better than a person that was born to do this."

"That just upsets people as it shifts the balance," he adds.

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