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Prince William grins with George and Charlotte on Father’s Day after reports he and Harry are ‘further apart than ever’


PRINCE William has been seen grinning with George and Charlotte on Father’s Day after reports he and Harry are “further apart than ever”. 

The Duke of Cambridge came out smiling today as he counted down to the start of the half marathon race with Prince George and Princess Charlotte on the Sandringham Estate.

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Despite a blistering row allegedly erupting between the brothers over bullying claims against Meghan, Prince William appeared to be enjoying today’s event. 

The Duke, 38, waved to attendants, and beamed alongside his two eldest children Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, six. 

At one point William crouched down next to his children, addressing the half marathon runners with a microphone.

And William touchingly held Prince George's hand as the young family left the event.

The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Louis were not photographed at the event.

But Kate did release an unseen snap of Prince William and their children today for Father's Day.

The news comes as a royal author alleged William “threw Harry out” after learning of a bullying complaint made against the Duchess of Sussex by her former communications secretary.

Robert Lacey has also claimed in his new book “Battle of Brothers” that Harry hung up on Prince William when he called.

The Times has reported that the feud was so great, William split his household from Harry’s all together. 

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Kensington Palace has refused to comment on the claims in the book.

The bombshell allegation comes as Harry prepares to return home and see his brother for the first time since their grandfather's funeral.

The men are due to see each other for the unveiling of a statue dedicated to their late mother, Princess Diana.

Prince William ‘threw Harry out’ after furious bust-up over Meghan bullying allegations, bombshell book claims

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