Prince William ‘vowed to never watch Harry and Meghan’s doc’, insiders say

Prince William has vowed to “never” watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s controversial Netflix documentary as he wants to look to the future and get on with his job, according to royal sources.

The Duke of Cambridge has reportedly remained calm in the face of the storm over the Duke and Duchess of Sussex releasing a bombshell series on the Royal Family.

Despite revelations including a “jarring” first meeting between Meghan and Kate and the former Suits actress also admitting she was unprepared when she met the late Queen, Prince William has insisted he will remain focused on his job as a working royal.

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A pal of the future King told theSunday Times: “He says he will never watch it and I know he definitely won't,” with another source confirming the statement as “correct”.

Prince William has even warned his friends to not “fuel the conflict” by retaliating to any claims within the documentary as he wants to avoid a “tit-for-tat” battle between the Sussexes and Cambridges.

Despite Prince Harry reportedly wanting his family to watch the show in hope they understand what him and his American wife went through, King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will also hold back from watching the Netflix show.

Instead, Buckingham Palace aides have been tasked with monitoring the headlines so members of The Firm can still stay informed on royal revelations made.

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The Duke of Cambridge was said to be most upset at the suggestion from his younger brother that he married Kate Middleton as she “fit the mould” – not because she was someone who he was “destined to be with”.

But he has defied the claims and is set to put on a show of unity alongside fellow top royals including King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla and Kate Middleton on the day the final Netflix episode in the six-part series ends.

They will appear at Kate’s Together At Christmas festive celebration at Westminster Abbey on Thursday, December 15 in a bid to display a “united front”.

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