Prince William has vowed to “keep going” as he and Kate put on a united front when they returned to work following his brother Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir, “Spare.”
The Prince and Princess of Wales visited the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Liverpool, England, in their first royal commitment since the Duke of Sussex unleashed never-before-heard details of their heated rift involving Meghan Markle.
The heir to the throne and his wife smiled as they met individuals from UK healthcare services, before heading outside and shaking hands with royal fans who waited hours to meet the couple.
As Middleton, 41, and William, 40, shook hands with royalists, one elderly woman took the opportunity to provide some words of encouragement for the future King.
Clutching his hand, 81-year-old Sylvia said, “Keep going Will, scousers love you,” referring to the loving nickname for Liverpudlians.
“I will do,” William defiantly responded, according to The Telegraph.
At a royal engagement in Birkenhead, England the following day, the Prince of Wales seemingly ignored a reporter who asked if he’s read his brother’s book.
“Your Royal Highness, have you had a chance to read your brother’s book at all?” the journalist shouted, according to video footage captured by ITV.
The eldest son of King Charles and the late Princess Diana showed no reaction as he walked away with his wife by his side.
The royal couple’s stop at Open Door Charity marked their second public appearance since the memoir’s release on Jan. 10.
The exiled “Spare” heir left no stone unturned as he made private family squabbles and conversations public, revealing his personal arguments with William, which he alleges turned physical.
Harry claims he was left battered and bruised when the Prince of Wales tossed him to the floor in a bitter fight two months before he and Meghan, 41, left the royal family.
William reportedly called the former “Suits” actress “difficult,” “rude” and “abrasive,” before Harry fired back that he was only repeating the negative “press narrative” the couple has spoken out against in recent years.
The brothers continued shouting before William pushed him to the floor, Harry said. Harry said he landed on a dog bowl and injured his back as a result of the alleged altercation.
Elsewhere in the book, Harry dishes on Kate’s fractured relationship with Meghan.
The Duke, 38, offered his side of the infamous dress-fitting fallout between the women of Windsor, which he claimed left Meghan “sobbing on the floor.”
“Meg asked if Kate was aware of what was going on right now. With her father. Kate said she was well aware, but the dresses. And the wedding is in four days!” Harry wrote in the book.
The rogue royal then revealed personal text messages sent back and forth between Meghan and Kate amid the disagreement over Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid dress.
Elsewhere in the protocol-shattering book, Harry recalled a time when Kate reluctantly lent the “Suits” actress her lip gloss — and was “taken aback” by her request to borrow it.
He claimed the Princess of Wales “grimaced” when Meghan squeezed the gloss onto her finger and applied it to her lips.
The father of two also claimed that the Prince and Princess of Wales “howled with laughter” when he told them he was thinking of wearing a Nazi costume to a party in 2005.
Buckingham Palace has declined to comment on “Spare.”