Prince William 'worried private chat with Harry will be 'plastered on US TV' after Meghan's pal reveals Royal phonecall

PRINCE William is “worried” that private conversations with his brother will be “plastered over American TV”, a source has revealed. 

It comes after Meghan Markle’s broadcaster pal Gayle King revealed his “unproductive phone call” with Prince Harry earlier this week – their first chat since the Sussexes’ bombshell Oprah interview. 

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During the Oprah interview, Meghan claimed an unnamed royal had raised “concerns” about the skin colour of her and Harry’s children and alleged the Palace had denied her mental health support.  

The princes have barely spoken to each other for more than a year after Harry and Meghan announced Megxit on their Sussex Royal Instagram page.

And the Duke of Cambridge issued a candid response to the claims made in the Oprah interview during a visit to a school in London last week, saying that the Royals were “very much not a racist family”. 

Buckingham Palace has insisted it will make no further comment on the revelations from the Oprah interview, but sources told Vanity Fair there were fears the Sussexes “want to keep fuelling the soap opera”. 

One source close to Prince William said: “There's a lack of trust on both sides which makes moving forward very hard. 

“William is now worried that anything he says to his brother will be plastered over American TV.”

Meanwhile, a family friend said the Sussexes “want to keep fuelling” the story – despite the Royal Family being preoccupied with Prince Philip’s health. 

The Duke of Edinburgh has returned to Windsor Castle from a month-long stay in hospital after a successful heart operation.

According to Vanity Fair, Prince Harry is understood to have spoken to the Queen since the Oprah interview – and has enquired regularly after Prince Philip’s health. 

It comes after The Sun revealed that the rift between Princes William and Harry is so deep that it is “unthinkable” they will reunite for the unveiling of a memorial to their mum Princess Diana, sources say.

William, 38, and Harry, 36, both want to see the statue of their mum unveiled at Kensington Palace in July and sources close to William says he would welcome it if his brother made it to the ceremony.

Harry has said that he plans to return but whether they will be at the event together, side by side, rests on peace talks — with William saying publicly this week that he wishes to talk to his sibling.

But sources say a friendly reunion in front of the cameras is impossible in the current climate.

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