Prince Harry texted William twice when Queen died to ‘no response’, claims book

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    Prince Harry texted Prince William twice on the day Queen Elizabeth II died – but received no response, according to a bombshell book.

    New biography Endgame is expected to send shockwaves through the British public upon its release on November 28. In an excerpt published earlier in People Magazine, author Omid Scobie gave a taste of what's to come as he described the way the Duke of Sussex learned about his grandmother's imminent death last September.

    "The Sussexes had no idea that Buckingham Palace was already planning for the Queen’s final hours and the first days of the monarchy’s new era — until the duke’s phone started ringing," the book reads.

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    "Charles told him he and Camilla were about to leave Dumfries House for Balmoral, where Princess Anne was already by the Queen’s side. He told Harry to make his way to Scotland immediately.

    "William, whom Charles had just spoken to, was supposedly working on arranging travel. Harry sent a text message to his brother asking how he and Kate [Middleton] planned to get to Scotland and whether they could travel together. No response."

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    The book claims Harry then texted his brother a second time, only to receive "nothing" in return. The younger of the two princes was also reportedly left to "fend for himself" for transport to Scotland – even though there were seats available on Prince William's chartered Dassault Falcon jet.

    A source close to the family told Scobie that William "ignored" Harry and seemingly "didn't want to see his brother."

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    This is the latest in a series of books penned by Scobie containing shock allegations about the royals. In Finding Freedom, written with Carolyn Durand, the author outlined an early warning sign when cracks began to show between Harry, William and their father, King Charles, on his 70th birthday.

    Both sons failed to make an effort for their dad's big day and a royal photoshoot reportedly turned into a royal nightmare after neither stepped up to coordinate the event. "Neither William nor Harry made much of an effort to make themselves available," the book said, quoting a source.

    The Daily Star has contacted Harry and Meghan's representatives and Buckingham Palace for comment.

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