Prince Harry describes a violent argument with his brother William: “He grabbed me by the collar and knocked me to the floor”

Prince Harry, who has been at loggerheads with the British royal family, accused his brother William of throwing him to the floor during an argument in 2019, according to an excerpt from his forthcoming book obtained by The Guardian on Wednesday.

Harry and his wife Meghan left the monarchy in 2020 with a highly publicized split on both sides of the Atlantic.

The couple, who live in the US, have publicly criticized the royal family on several occasions, either in interviews or in a recent Netflix documentary.

In his book, “The Substitute,” which will be released on January 10, Harry claims that his older brother William was physically assaulted during an argument in London in 2019, according to the Guardian.

During the confrontation, 38-year-old Prince William accused Meghan of treating Meghan as a “difficult” and “rude” woman, before the tone escalated and the insults erupted, according to the British daily.

After hot exchange, “(William) grabbed me by the collar, tore off my collar, and knocked me to the floor.” Harry would say.

“I landed in the dog bowl and it shattered under my back and the pieces cut into me.” Adds Prince, who said he was on the floor before telling his brother to leave.

William would later “apologize,” he notes.

The altercation left Harry with “scratches and bruises,” he added, according to the Guardian.

Prince Harry said in part of an interview published on Monday that he wants to “reconnect” with his father, King Charles III, and his brother, William.

But their relationship was not peaceful. In a documentary that aired on Netflix in December, the couple accused the royal family of lying and failing to protect her.

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At a family reunion attended by Elizabeth II in 2020, Harry said he ‘screamed’ at his brother.

The Sussexes also accuse William and his wife Kate of being behind the negative press coverage “Steal the show”.

In March 2021, they accused the royal family of cruelty and racism in a shock interview.

Following the death of Elizabeth II on September 8 and the accession of Charles III to the throne, the British monarchy is in a period of transition.

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