Prince Harry needs to invite Prince William over for a pint and end bitter Royal Family war, says Eamonn Holmes

Eamonn Holmes urged Prince Harry to make amends with his brother.
Eamonn Holmes urged Prince Harry to make amends with his brother.

Eamonn Holmes has shared his disappointment at Prince Harry's recent actions

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Eamonn Holmes has urged Prince Harry to end his war with brother William saying: “Life’s too short.”

The GB News Breakfast host also said he was dismayed to see Harry turn his guns on Camilla in new book Spare.

Writing in a new column for the Express, Eamonn said of the memoir: “My overwhelming feeling is just one - sadness. Sadness that it’s come to this. And sadness that Harry feels the need to drive such a huge wedge between himself and his brother William.

Commenting on his remarks about Camilla, he continued: “I was also saddened to hear Harry direct so much anger towards his stepmother, Camilla. I’ve been fortunate enough to meet Camilla on a number of occasions and she has never been anything other than completely charming, sociable, welcoming and very funny.

"It feels unfair to see her name dragged into all of this, especially when she has no chance of ever responding and putting her side across. No Royal journalist I have spoken to says she ever traded information. Harry says differently.”

Urging Harry not to release another book he added: “Harry seemingly has little intention of staying silent. Over the weekend it was reported he even had enough material to write at least one other book.

The brothers' relationship has been tarnished after the release of Harry's Netflix documentary and book.
The brothers' relationship has been tarnished after the release of Harry's Netflix documentary and book.

“A lot of what he put in the original book was taken out, he said. I’m sure he does have other material! All families have enough secrets, gossip and unspoken grudges to fill thousands of pages.

“But it doesn’t mean you have to write them down, or leave them dangling over your relatives' heads like some kind of sword.

“No. Instead of reaching for your laptop, I’d like to offer you a bit of advice to Harry, and it’s this. Just stop. Pick up the phone. And invite William for a pint.

“Then thrash out your problems face-to-face. Like men, and like brothers. It might not generate as much money, but it would start to win you back some respect. Life’s too short for all of this.”