Prince Harry left William and Charles out of DIY family photo wall

REVEALED: Prince Harry put up DIY photo wall in his $14.65M mansion filled with ‘carefree’ photos of Meghan and their kids – as well as ‘hand-written cards’ from the Queen and Prince Philip – but NONE of William or Charles

  • Harry, 38, has done yet another interview to promote his explosive book Spare 
  • He spoke with The Telegraph about the memoir at his home in Montecito 
  • Journalist Bryony Gordon described his newly-installed photo wall in the piece 
  • Said ‘proud’ Harry put up the framed photos of his wife and kids himself – along with ‘lovely hand-written cards from his grandparents’  
  • Gordon made clear that Harry included no photos of his father or brother
  • Comes amid ongoing rift between the Duke and his family – many of whom he took brutal aim at in the pages of his book 

Prince Harry’s bitter rift with his brother William and father Charles has now wormed its way into another, rather unlikely area of his life: interior design. 

Having railed against his family multiple times in his bombshell memoir Spare – and then again in numerous interview he has done to promote the book – the 38-year-old has now created a visual representation of the vast divide between himself and his relatives by omitting both King Charles and Prince William from a ‘carefree’ photo wall in his $14.65 Montecito mansion. 

Despite taking aim at the ‘British press’ in his book, Harry invited Telegraph journalist Bryony Gordon into the Sussexes’ California home earlier this month for yet another interview, in which he spoke out about the explosive bombshells he shared about his family in Spare. 

During this latest interview, Harry told the publication that he cut almost half of the material he had written for his book – claiming that he made the decision to leave out certain aspects because he was concerned his father and brother would not ‘ever forgive’ him if he published them, while conceding that their relationship ‘couldn’t be worse’. 

Prince Harry has installed a picture wall at the $14.65 million Montecito home he shares with Meghan Markle and their children, filled with ‘carefree’ photos, a new interview revealed

The 38-year-old sat down with The Telegraph for the latest in a line of one-on-ones to promote his memoir Spare – and proudly showed off the wall of framed photos to the writer 

However, Harry neglected to include any images of his brother, Prince William, or his father, King Charles – another clear indication of the bitter rift between himself and his family 

However, while Harry may have cut out pages of his book – he also, according to Gordon, cut out William and Charles from his display of family photos, which the writer revealed he had ‘just finished putting together’ when their interview took place. 

Harry wishes William ‘would be able to feel the same benefits of therapy’ that he has enjoyed – but claims his brother thinks it has made him ‘delusional’


Describing the picture gallery, which is located along a staircase in the property, Gordon stated that it featured ‘scores of framed photographs of his wife and children, alongside lovely hand-written cards from his grandparents’. 

Not included in that loving familial display? William and Charles. A fact that the journalist makes painfully clear in the final sentence of her piece, where she writes: ‘Mostly I think about how nice it would be for Harry’s brother and father to see the wall, and one day maybe even have some of their own carefree photographs included on it.’ 

The piece also revealed other details about Harry and Meghan’s home, which is described as a ‘sanctuary’ and which boasts ‘acres of greenery, complete with chickens, a play area and a teepee’. 

While the interview took place in the couple’s guest house, Harry took Gordon into the ‘main house’ where they ‘drank turmeric lattes’ and she was able to see ‘Harry in his element’ as a husband and a father. 

‘The children run around, the dogs jump on the cream sofas with muddy paws, and all is much as you would find it in any other home, during the witching hour just before the kids tea,’ she writes. 

Harry’s new photo wall was certainly not the only element of this latest interview that made clear the rift between the Duke and his family members.

During the one-on-one, he also expressed concerns for the other ‘spares’ in his family, despite admitting that William has made clear to him that his three children – George, Charlotte, and Louis – are not Harry’s responsibility. 

The Duke of Sussex said that he is ‘hurt’ and ‘worried’ over the knowledge that ‘out of those three children, at least one will end up like [him], the spare’. 

As well as a host of framed images of himself, Meghan, and their two children, Archie and Lilibet, the wall also includes ‘hand-written notes’ from Harry’s grandparents

The late Queen and her late husband Prince Philip both appear to feature on the wall in the form of the hand-written cards 

Although it is unclear what photos Harry has framed, he and Meghan shared several candid snaps from their private life during their bombshell Netflix documentary last month  

He also spoke of his own children, saying that he will not allow Archie, his eldest son, to go through the same ‘traumatic’ experience as him and his brother. 

Harry went on to suggest that his brother would benefit from therapy, revealing that William was actually the person who first suggested that he himself seek treatment.

‘But as much as William was the first person to even suggest therapy, I just wish that he would be able to feel the same benefits of that as opposed to believing what he doesn’t need to,’ he said.

In Spare, Harry revealed William believes all his therapy has made him delusional and questioned whether he was being ‘brainwashed’ by the therapist he was seeing.

The Duke of Sussex says his sibling was so worried about what he was being exposed to at his confidential sessions that he even asked to come along to one.

And after one particularly nasty brotherly row, in which William reportedly physically attacked Harry, the ‘spare’ opted to call his therapist immediately afterwards – even before speaking with his wife Meghan.

Elsewhere in the book the 38-year-old also confessed to taking cannabis and magic mushrooms, and ended up hallucinating that a bin was talking to him.

In a sit down interview with 60 Minutes, Harry clarified he would ‘never recommend people to do this recreationally’.

‘But doing it with the right people if you are suffering from a huge amount of loss, grief or trauma, then these things have a way of working as a medicine,’ he said.

‘For me, they cleared the windscreen, the windshield, the misery of loss. They cleared away this idea that I had in my head that… I needed to cry to prove to my mother that I missed her. When in fact, all she wanted was for me to be happy.’

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