The final three episodes of Harry & Meghan dropped yesterday. In the episodes, Prince Harry opened up about his brother Prince William, saying that the rift that divides them is the “saddest thing.” 

Harry alleges that he was terrified when William “screamed and shouted” at him in a family meeting where he and Meghan Markle proposed being “half in” and “half out” with their duties, meaning the couple would have their own jobs but also work to support the Queen.

“It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father saying things that just simply weren’t true, and my grandmother quietly sit there and sort of take it all in,” he said. 

The final episodes of the documentary also explore how William bullied the couple out of the royal family, sent a text to Harry after his Oprah interview and traded negative press stories about his brother.

Kate Nicholl, a royal expert, told Entertainment Tonight that the accusations might mean there won’t be a reconciliation anytime soon between the two brothers. “I mean this is a couple who are never far away from their iPhone, from their cameras, who have really chronicled their lives for the last two years – I think there is just a great sense of mistrust within the family. They just simply feel that any reconciliation is not in the cards because they can’t trust that it’s not gonna end up in a TV show or in a book,” Nicholl shared.

Nicholl also believes that Harry will regret airing the docuseries because “any chance of a reconciliation with his family [is] almost impossible, certainly at any point in the near future.”

Earlier this month, the couple was recognized for standing up to structural racism in the Royal Family and received the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award.

Read more about: