Inside scene where Prince Harry ‘claims William knocked him onto dog bowl’


Prince Harry claims ‘piping hot’ William injured him by pushing him onto a dog bowl on the kitchen floor of the Duke of Sussex’s quaint cottage home in the grounds of Kensington Palace, according to a report of a leaked extract of the royal’s upcoming bombshell memoir.

In a report of a passage from his highly anticipated autobiography, Spare, leaked to the left-wing The Guardian newspaper, Harry alleged that he fought with his brother at Nottingham Cottage in early 2019 during a conversation about their relationship, Harry’s rows with the press and Meghan Markle.

However, Harry claims the confrontation escalated, which led to William grabbing Harry and knocking him to the floor in his kitchen.

Viewers of Harry and Meghan’s explosive Netflix series got a detailed look inside the couple’s kitchen, where the alleged assault is said to have taken place.

Images show a set of dog bowls, unlikely to be the ones Prince Harry says he landed and was injured on.

According to the Guardian, Harry wrote in Spare: ‘[William] grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and… knocked me to the floor.

In a report of a passage from his highly anticipated autobiography, Spare, in The Guardian newspaper, Harry alleged the confrontation took place at his London home in early 2019 and had left him with a visible injury to his back after landing on a dog bowl after the Prince of Wales grabbed his brother by the collar, ripped his necklace then knocked him to the floor.

‘I landed on the dogs bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting into me.

Harry and Meghan lived in the London home – dubbed ‘Nott Cott’ – set within the grounds of Kensington Palace, from 2016 before they moved to Frogmore Cottage in the Windsor estate in April 2019.

Harry claims that during the exchange his necklace was ripped, which sparked speculation it was the same pendant he has been pictured wearing on numerous occasions.

Following the alleged attack, Harry claimed that William had told him that he didn’t ‘need to tell Meg about this’. Which he did, until she noticed the ‘scrapes and bruises’ on his back.

Harry’s book will be released worldwide on January 10.

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