Prince William ‘Very Angry’ at How Prince Harry pushed back Queen Elizabeth’s royal testimony: report

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Prince William is reportedly unhappy with the way his brother Prince Harry reacted to Queen Elizabeth’s announcement that Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have officially stepped down from their royal roles.

The Duke of Cambridge, 38, is “really sad and genuinely shocked” by his brother’s behavior, according to a report The Sunday Times.

A statement released by Buckingham Palace on Friday confirmed that Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, will not be returning as working royals. The announcement came just over a year after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex first shared their plans to step down, which came with a year-long review period. As part of the resignation, they will no longer retain their patronage (their royal involvement with numerous UK charities).

“After discussions with the Duke, the Queen confirmed in writing that it is not possible to continue the responsibilities and duties associated with a life in public service by withdrawing from the work of the royal family,” it says in the declaration of the palace.

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In response, Harry and Meghan pushed back with a statement explicitly referring to the Queen’s: “We can all lead lives of service. Service is universal.”

According to The Sunday Times According to reports, sources close to William said he was “very upset with what happened” and found Harry and Meghan’s behavior to be “insulting and disrespectful”.

“You don’t answer the queen back – it’s just not over,” added another Sunday Times Source.

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Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty Images Prince Harry and Prince William

Friends of the two brothers also told the newspaper that even after the latest developments, they still believe that William and Harry are open to healing their broken relationship.

“It’s still raw,” said a friend of William’s The Sunday Times. “He’s very upset about what happened, even though he’s absolutely keen that he and Harry’s relationship will heal over time.”

In response to the Queen’s statement, Harry and Meghan’s office also said that the couple “remain committed to their duty and service to the UK and the world at large, and continue to support the organizations they have represented, regardless of their official roles offered “.

As part of the resignation, Harry will also lose his honorary military appointments, which will subsequently be redistributed “among the working members of the royal family”.

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Chris Jackson / Getty Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

Other trusts and patrons returned to the Queen (94) include the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, the Rugby Football Union, the Rugby Football League, the Royal National Theater and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Some of the patrons thanked Harry and Meghan on social media amid the announcement.

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