Prince Harry's controversial autobiography Spare has left his brother Prince William and father King Charles III "extremely angry".
Released earlier this month, the book alleges a great deal of dramatic twists inside The Firm, including a damaging confrontation between Harry, 38, and William, 40, which ended with the former on the floor in a daze.
Now, addressing the aftermath, Sirius XM presenter Gayle King, who attended one of Meghan Markle's baby showers, told her listeners: "He said he still loves his brother and father and is hoping there will be some kind of reconciliation.
"But right now, they are extremely angry with him.
"They are carrying on with their public events, but I do hope too, there is a kind of reconciliation with the family. I would love to see reconciliation with the family on both sides because I both think they really care about each other.
"My heart goes out to Harry and Meghan, and I really do applaud them in speaking their truth and telling their story."
In this statement, she was also referencing the Sussexes' Netflix documentary, which premiered around Christmastime to divided reactions.
Titled Harry & Meghan, this eight-episoder chronicled the couple's struggles inside the royal establishment before resigning from their official roles, with footage even capturing what the Duke named "freedom day" as they began a new life in California with their kids Archie and Lilibet.
Contrary to Gayle's well-wishes for both Harry and Meghan, the latter's estranged half-sister Samantha Markle has shared a few choice words on the continued royal rumble.
"I think he is lacking in empathy, remorse, and shame," she said of Harry on the Dan Wootton Tonight Show recently.
"He is showing a clear disconnect with reality and is so emotionally underdeveloped that he can't move on from this stage where he has resentment over a whole host of issues."
In Spare, Harry went on to claim that the king, who'll be coronated in front of the nation this May, felt concerned over his "novel and resplendent" wife Meghan, 41, overshadowing him.
Apparently, the monarch said he didn't "have money to spare" in terms of financially supporting the couple, because Charles worried the American actress might rob him of the limelight.
"Pa might have dreaded the rising cost of maintaining us, but what he really couldn’t stomach was someone new dominating the monarchy, grabbing the limelight, someone shiny and new coming in and overshadowing him."
Harry also referenced how his father had "experienced that before and he had no interest in letting it happen to him again" – seemingly alluding to Harry's late mother Diana, Princess of Wales.
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