Royal brothers at war as publicity for Prince Harrys TV documentary sabotages Kate and Williams royal tour

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ROYAL brothers Harry and William are at war tonight over a TV documentary.

Harry stood accused by Palace insider of trying to sabotage Kate and Williams five-day tour to Pakistan.

Prince Harry and Meghan have released emotional publicity clips for their ITV documentary

But the Sussexes have been accused of trying to sabotage Kate and Williams tour of Pakistan

But the Sussexes have been accused of trying to ‘sabotage’ Kate and William’s tour of Pakistan

He and Meghan released emotional publicity clips for Sunday nights ITV programme on their Africa tour during William and Kates visit to Pakistan.

Royal aides from Kensington Palace had tried to stop the clips being shown during the Cambridges highly successful trip.

But Harry and Meghans aides ignored them, wanting the maximum publicity for the couple.

The programme Harry and Meghan: An African Journey was trailed on Tuesday with clips released yesterday and today.

In the latest clip, tearful Meghan complains that life as a new Royal has been a struggle and that not many people have asked if she is OK as a new mum.

Royal protocol normally states that when a senior royal is on tour overseas, representing the Queen and British Government, their work should take precedence and no other royal should take precedence.

GRAB FOR THE LIMELIGHT

William and Kates aides were said to be furious over Harry and Meghans grab for the limelight.

A source said: Why are they doing this now?

Its ridiculous.

It looks like they are deliberately trying to sabotage the Pakistan tour by wanting the attention on them.

That documentary could have been aired at any time – why the week when the Cambridges are on tour?

In the ITV documentary that was filmed during the Sussexes tour of Southern Africa last month, Meghan reveals she has struggled in the spotlight.

BROTHERS’ RIVALRY

She tells ITVs Tom Bradby: Look, any woman especially when they are pregnant youre really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging, and then when you have a new born you know

And especially as a woman, its a lot. So you add this on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed its, well

And, also thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if Im OK. But its a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes.

Asked by Bradby if its really been a struggle?, Meghan replies: Yes.

Aides have always tried to play down any rivalry between the brothers ever since Harry broke away from his brothers Kensington Palace Household.

He wanted to set up his own court but dad Charles and the Queen overruled him and made him part of the Buckingham Palace operation, so they could keep an eye on him.

And while William, 37, is preparing to be the next Prince or Wales and one day King, Harry, 34, is taking on the British press after he said and his wife, 38, had been victimised.

Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, is on this Sunday at 9pm on ITV1.

Royal aides have always tried to downplay any rivalry between the brothers

Royal aides have always tried to downplay any rivalry between the brothers

The ITV documentary was filmed during Harry and Meghans tour of Southern Africa last month

The ITV documentary was filmed during Harry and Meghan’s tour of Southern Africa last month

The programme will see Meghan open up about the struggles of being a new mum to baby Archie

The programme will see Meghan open up about the struggles of being a new mum to baby Archie

William and Kates tour of Pakistan has been highly successful

William and Kate’s tour of Pakistan has been highly successful

 

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