Prince Harry Sympathizes With Queen Elizabeth But Not Prince William? Meghan Markle's Husband Says He Understands Why Grandmother Didn't Defend Him

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Prince Harry said he understood his grandmother Queen Elizabeth and part of his brother Prince William. However, he admitted that his decision to resign from his royal duties caused tension between him and his big brother.

Prince Harry Claims Queen Elizabeth Didn't Defend Him During Argument With Prince William

In Harry & Meghan Vol. II, Prince Harry shared some details about his and Meghan Markle's misunderstandings with his family. He recounted a meeting with his father, King Charles and brother Prince William when the latter allegedly screamed at him.

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"It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father say things that weren't true, and my grandmother quietly sits there and take it all in," Prince Harry said, New York Post reported.

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However, the Duke of Sussex didn't blame his grandmother for not standing up and defending him while his sibling was allegedly screaming at him.

"You have to understand that, from the family's perspective, especially from [the Queen's], there are ways of doing things — and her ultimate sort of mission goal or responsibility is the institution," he explained, Entertainment Tonight reported.

"People around her are telling her, 'By the way, that proposal or these two doing 'XYZ' is going to be seen as an attack on the institution,' then she's going to go on the advice she's given."

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Did Prince Harry Understand Prince William's Reaction To His Decision To Quit Royal Life?

Prince Harry sympathized with his grandmother. He admitted that he also understood part of the heir apparent's reaction to his decision. However, he didn't deny that it created a wedge between him and Prince William because he felt that the latter was "on the institution's side," which he considered was the "saddest part" of the whole ordeal.

"Part of that I get. I understand, right? That's his inheritance," Prince Harry said of his older brother. "So to some extent, it's already ingrained in him that part of his responsibility is the survivability of the continuation of this institution."

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Prince Harry Denied The Joint Statement Denying Prince William Bullied Him And Meghan Markle Out Of Royal Family

In one episode of Harry & Meghan, Prince Harry discussed how the palace works in handling controversies. He mentioned the joint statement denying Prince William bullied him and Meghan Markle out of the royal family. According to him, he wasn't aware of it, and no one reached out to him about it.

"Once I got in the car, after the meeting, I was told about a joint statement that had been put out in my name and my brother's name, squashing the story about him bullying us out of the family," he said. "I couldn't believe it. No one had asked me permission to put my name to a statement like that. And I rang [Meghan], and I told her, and she burst into floods of tears. Because within four hours, they were happy to lie to protect my brother, and yet for three years they were never willing to tell the truth to protect us."

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