Royal family 'hugely impressed' by Prince William's decision not to retaliate against Harry and Meghan - 'Not stooping to their level'

Prince Harry made explosive claims about Prince William during the six part Netflix series.
Prince Harry made explosive claims about Prince William during the six part Netflix series.

Prince Harry claimed that his brother shouted and screamed at him during a family meeting to decide the future of him and Meghan's role in the royal family

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The royal family are “hugely impressed” by Prince William’s decision to not retaliate against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s claims made in their Netflix documentary.

Among the claims made is one damning recollection of a family meeting that took place on January 13 2020 at Sandringham about plans for Harry and Meghan and the future of their roles in the Monarchy.

Harry claimed that William had screamed at him: “It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me and my father say things that just simply weren’t true. And my grandmother, you know, quietly sit there and take it all in.”

The royal family are yet to respond to the claims made in the six-part-series officially.

Royal expert Ingrid Seward said: “Other family members are being supportive especially the duty-bound King and Queen, who understand how the accusations in Harry and Meghan’s extensive Netflix interviews have been incredibly hurtful.

"Rather than stooping to their level, they have applauded the couple's decision not to retaliate in any way", she told the Mirror.

Prince Harry claimed that William had screamed at him during a family meeting
Prince Harry claimed that William had screamed at him during a family meeting

Some have claimed their attendance at a carol service last week included a swipe at Harry and Meghan as they all wore the same colour, something Meghan claimed was not allowed.

Yesterday, it was announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will present a new documentary series they say has been inspired by Nelson Mandela.

Live to Lead will air just a few weeks after their relationship with the monarchy hit a new low following damaging claims made in a six-part Netflix documentary that shed light on their life in California and travails with the royal family.

Their new project, which will also air on the streaming service, premieres on December 31 and a promotional trailer features footage of Mandela, a human rights stalwart and former president of South Africa, and climate change activist Greta Thunberg.