Wootton: Prince William is ‘engulfed by catatonic rage’ towards Prince Harry

Prince William’s favorite nutjob Dan Wootton is at it again. Sometimes, it’s clear that Wootton is talking out of his ass and just trying to be as contemptible and racist as possible all on his own. Other times, like in this particular column, it’s perfectly clear that Wootton is being intimately briefed by Peggington and/or Friends-of-Peg (FOPs). The headline? “Prince William is justifiably angrier than he’s ever been with Harry. But given Charles is determined to have the Sussexes at the Coronation, it’s now up to the king to protect his eldest son.” Yes, William is incandescent with rage and has a history of violently assaulting his younger brother, but now William is “worried” that Harry will come to the coronation and William will need to hide behind daddy for protection. Bonkers. Some highlights from this nutty column:

Catatonic rage: “But the catatonic rage engulfing William in the past month towards his brother following the publication of his twisted autobiography Spare – an effective character assassination on the heir to the throne – pales in comparison. According to my royal sources, the Prince of Wales still cannot fathom the vicious intent behind his brother’s book, which he believes marks the end of their relationship forever. Sure, time heals all wounds but at this moment in time courtiers believe William is adamant he will never speak to his sibling again.”

Charles’s determination to have the Sussexes at the Chubbly: “The Coronation is Charles’ day, I understand that. But given he is determined to have the Sussexes in attendance – in my opinion an unwise decision driven by heart over head that will overshadow the historic event – it’s now up to the king to protect his eldest son.”

Courtiers are worried that William won’t be able to keep calm during the Chubbly: “The question of how [William] will be able to contain his acute feelings of betrayal, anger and sadness at the Coronation if Harry is there is front of mind for courtiers. But I believe it is Charles who must find a way to maintain the comfort and dignity of William, who has done nothing wrong and tried to put duty first in the most tortured of family situations.”

This… is not what happened: “William managed to do just that in the days before the funeral of the late Queen, even offering an olive branch to Harry and Meghan by suggesting a joint walkabout outside Windsor Castle after hearing the Sussexes were planning to do something on their own seeming to, as ever, steal the limelight. But that’s, in part, what is most frustrating for William and Kate. The entire family tried so hard to include Harry and Meghan during the mourning period for the late Queen, yet it made absolutely no difference to their vile behaviour in the months that followed.

Emotional blackmail?? “The Prince of Wales is also acutely conscious of the fact Harry has attempted to back both him and their father into a corner, in what feels like a form of emotional blackmail. Only reconciliation talks, including an apology to Meghan, will even start to appease the Sussexes. But even starting that conversation is virtually impossible given the trust has been shattered after the broadcast of their Netflix reality show and the publication of Spare, where deeply personal conversations were printed verbatim but out of context to further Harry and Meghan’s warped victimhood narrative.

How William & Kate justify their ghastly behavior: “The king wants to think the best of his youngest son and Meghan, with whom he has always been incredibly affectionate, but it’s William and Kate who know their real gameplan. Harry and Meghan are seeking ultimate destruction, not a compromise. So if Charles wants to proceed with naively thinking the Sussexes can be included at the Coronation without causing any damage, it’s on him to make sure that the Prince of Wales is completely insulated from any form of forced reunion or conversation, either in public or private.

Wootton is desperate for the Sussexes to stay in Montecito: “The easiest scenario for everyone involved is that they stay away from the Coronation altogether and celebrate Archie’s birthday in California. But if Charles is hellbent on the Sussexes seeing him crowned in person, he must protect the feelings and reputation of helpless William and Kate at all costs.

[From The Daily Mail]

This is insane. I know I say that after every Dan Wootton column, but really – this is flatout bonkers, even more so when you consider that this is genuinely representative of how William actually feels. The wheels have well and truly come off. “The catatonic rage engulfing William in the past month” – always nice when the spare describes the heir violently assaulting him and the heir’s reaction to that disclosure is “catatonic rage.” Really, the crux of this is that Charles must take pains to protect his nearly 41-year-old rage monster son from violently attacking Harry in full view of a global audience at the coronation. If Charles fails to “protect” psycho Peg, then Peg’s actions are his father’s fault. “Look what you made me do, daddy!” Speaking of emotional blackmail!

Also: William “offered an olive branch to Harry and Meghan by suggesting a joint walkabout outside Windsor Castle after hearing the Sussexes were planning to do something on their own seeming to, as ever, steal the limelight.” That’s not what happened. What actually happened was that Harry and Meghan were minding their business in Frogmore Cottage and Charles ordered William to invite Harry and Meghan to do a walkabout. You could tell that Charles ordered William to do it because William later took credit for coming up with the invitation.

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  1. SomeChick says:

    “helpless William” hmm? not quite the flex that you think it is, Wootty. and “catatonic rage” makes zero sense. he’s just going to be very very still and very very angry? that actually sounds a lot better than physically assaulting people!

    • equality says:

      There is apparently a condition called “excited catatonia” that I just read about because I thought that was an oxymoron also. Using these types of medical words inappropriately outside of a diagnosis is disgusting though. “Helpless Will” is actually the oxymoron unless he’s saying he is helpless to control himself.

      • Lionel says:

        There is such a thing as “excited catatonia” but it is defined by “repetitive, purposeless movements.” Oh wait… 🤔

        I do not think the word means what you think it does, Dan!

      • Deering24 says:

        One suspects he meant “choleric.” But, why quibble? 🙂

      • Mia says:

        Stampeeding rhinos wouldn’t be able to keep M & H away from the coronation.

    • Ken Hamilton says:

      Raise your hand if you think no invites have been sent. 🖐️

      • DouchesOfCambridge says:

        🖐️ they wouldnt want the sussexes to get an invite and have a receipt. they would want to be able to spin the narrative anyway they want whether HM decide not to go or not following a verbal invitation

    • Annalise/Typical Virgo says:

      Somechick- I was wondering the same thing. I swear half these royal reporters are barely literate.

      • Teagirl says:

        So true. Poor grammar and an inability to write correctly and clearly. One common error is to refer to William as the eldest or Harry as the youngest. Incorrect. If there are two, it is older and younger. Oldest/eldest and youngest is three or more.
        Another is not knowing the difference between reign and rein. A king reigns. If a king restricts someone, he reins him in. He holds the reins.
        I find it hard to believe anything written by somebody who doesn’t have the basics of English grammar and usage.

    • HeyJude says:

      “Helpless Will” and all this “fear” of Harry because I think William knows the genuine war-tested Harry could lay flat on his arse with more than a few scratches on his back if Harry was unable to control himself like William. Boring Bill’s projecting how much he knows Harry could kick his butt.

      • Mary Pester says:

        Hell yes he could and maybe SHOULD knock the rage master flat on his ass. Honest to god it has been years coming. From breaking priceless vases and trying to blame Harry, all the way through to the disgusting treatment of Megan and the assault on Harry, the “thump heard around the world” should happen NOW. Harry should fly in, deck William, say that’s what happens dad when you are so ineffectual and don’t even try to protect me and MY family. Now take your Duke and Duchess titles and stick them on your throne. And by the way, tell Kate she’s using much to much botox and talking crap about “shaping us”, in an attempt to emulate my wife, but it’s nothing more that an “EPIC FAIL”, Hope you and cowmilla enjoy your short time on the throne and I hope my mother haunts the fking pair of you, BY, and then goes home to his wife and children, WHERE HE IS SAFE

      • SomeChick says:

        I love your comments, Mary Pester!

        and yes, Diana is haunting their azzez bigtime. and I love it for them!

        Harry will never touch William. he’s far too much the bigger man. (and they’d probably throw him in the Tower if he did.) I think Willy just knowing that his only strength is the rotting institution is pretty good punishment. he makes a lot of noise but he knows he’s weak and ineffectual. that’s why he’s so angry!

        besides the constant emotional dysregulation, he’s also not as smart as Harry. poor sausage.

      • Liz Version 700 is says:

        Perfect comments Mary Pester

    • A says:

      This is exactly what I don’t understand about William (and Kate’s) press briefings.

      If you were in his shoes would this be the kind of story you wanted about yourself, the future king? That you were helpless in the face of your younger brother? That you were so angry you essentially couldn’t function? That you needed your dad to shield you from embarrassing yourself in public? That’s how Kensington Palace wants to portray Prince William?

      The Wales’ supporters are emotionally invested in them being ‘protected’ from Harry and Meghan so on one level I guess it works. But boy would I Not want my future subjects to think that about me.

      • Gabby says:

        I’m not sure Wootton was briefed by KP for this piece. IMO he has gone rogue and this is wishful thinking. Not far off the mark, but still wishful thinking.

      • Sugarhere says:

        We all know Prince William is a few sandwiches short of a picnic but catatonic rage? Wooton is doing a wonderful job making his puppeteer appear as a demented, wrathful thunder god from ancient Greek mythology. So Zeus in person wants to eliminate competition from sausagey daddy’s Clownation.

      • Sugarhere says:

        Catatonic rage suggests Bullyiam will convulse, foam from the mouth, and that his eyes will recede within their orbits…

        If he ever catches a glimpse of Harry and Meghan again. I’m not sure if I got this right.

    • pottymouth pup says:

      I think Wooten meant impotent rage but knew Peggy wouldn’t take kindly to use of the word impotent

    • Lux says:

      I think he meant “cataclysmic.” You can only write “incandescent” so many times before you start grasping at similar-sounding synonyms.

  2. IForget says:

    I didn’t even know there were so many ways to describe visceral anger.

    This violent, rage-filled man is supposed to be the best option we have for being a figurehead to our country?

    I still haven’t heard them say what exactly Harry has done? Has Harry violently assaulted his brother, and then tell him he must keep the abuse from his wife?

    • Snuffles says:

      What has Harry done? He told the truth and is holding them accountable. Something that has never happened to Catotonic his ENTIRE life. He’s in total shock and doesn’t know how to process it.

      • IForget says:

        One of my fave sayings, is ‘all facts are friendly’. The fact is, William assaulted Harry, then told him not to tell his wife. He is constantly being reported on as being incandescent with rage. What is the ceiling to his anger? He physically assaulted his brother and he’s even angrier now?

        This is exactly it, he isn’t capable of being accountable for anything. He is the future king, and if he says so, it must be right.

    • ELX says:

      Even more importantly, H&M are popular and sexy, almost a romance novel come to life —they can’t stand how admired they are, getting attention without even trying. H&M appear and they “steal the limelight.” That’s what this is really all about—the pettiness of these people about who’s the most popular and who’s getting attention.

      • Ken Hamilton says:

        “Romance novel come to life”—its the jealousy that has him catatonic with rage. H&M making a whole new world for each other to thrive in while he embraces his dry dusty duty.

    • Tacky says:

      It’s kind of amazing that William thinks Harry’s memoir is about him. He needs a massive dose of reality.

      • salmonpuff says:

        Right? W is not the main character in that book. I’m not quite all the way through it, and although William comes off as an ass when he does appear, at every turn Harry is WAY more generous than I would be. He clearly has compassion for his brother. And it’s equally clear that compassion is not returned.

      • Eurydice says:

        He hasn’t read it and he’s asking his minions only “what did he say about me?”

      • SomeChick says:

        can you even imagine being the courtier who has to brief William on the stuff in that book?! I’d be ducking. and probably wearing protective gear.

      • MyCatLovesTV says:

        I think the same thing when I read negative stuff about what Harry said in his book. As someone else said, he was way more generous than I would have been considering the sheet Harry had going on, especially since Diana’s death. I found the book sweet, funny and honest. I learned about “palace sources” & how none of the RF can speak the truth. Harry does. That is what those monsters who are his “family” simply cannot abide.

    • StellainNH says:

      How does anyone think that all these descriptions of rage is a good fit for a future king? That is all the gossipmongers write about it Bill’s anger issue. I would think that the public and government officials would feel alarmed with such a stunted, anger-filled person would be the next in line for the throne.

    • H says:

      What it says to me is that William has anger management issues. He’s that guy you should report to HR and he should have to take classes, or be fired. Is this how the future king of England is supposed to act?

      Diana was so right in that Charles is not fit for the crown and it looks like William is not either.

      • RoyalBlue says:

        The question is, when he bullies, who will report the future king? Will HR follow up? Are there whistleblower rules at the palace?

  3. Noki says:

    ‘Catatonic rage’next they will say he has been sitting in a corner rocking back and forth frothing at the mouth.

    • Becks1 says:

      I sort of feel like that’s what Wootton is basically saying here.

      • Brassy Rebel says:

        Right. And he thinks this makes William look good!? 🤯

      • Cessily says:

        It certainly comes across that way Becks1.. Peggy is going to pop a blood vessel and stroke out if he keeps this up. His body may have reached middle age but his brain never developed beyond being a spoiled child.

      • OriginalLeigh says:

        Yeah, I’m really confused about why they think these stories are helpful to William (who has already been exposed to be a violent person)? Shouldn’t he get some help for his rage issues?

    • K.Tate says:

      @noki lmaoooooooooooo!!!!’

      • fabulous says:

        ‘William and Kate know their real gameplan. Harry and Meghan are seeking ultimate destruction’

        This is why he is catatonic. He dosen’t care what Harry thinks or feels. He’s only worried about the walls crumbling down. His younger upstart is trying to steal his birthright.

  4. Tessa says:

    Wootton though he is a big fan of bill makes him sound like a mess and a spoiled brat
    No mention of the way Kate acted on the walkabout. How come the so called great dad Charles did not do something to protect harry, Meghan and family.

    • First comment says:

      He did absolutely nothing….Charles is only interested in Charles … even this line is totally false:” in my opinion an unwise decision driven by heart over head ” referring to Charles decision to invite Harry… Charles isn’t driven by his heart but by his head… I’m pretty sure that all his consultants and couriers want Harry to attend because they know that without him it’s just a simple procedure that would be neglected worldwide…

      • DouchesOfCambridge says:

        Charles is interested only in charles. If he wants so much to have H and M at the clowning it’s because there’s a use and I think it’s because he needs the ratings. The televised clowning cannot be an epic fail. Remember that poll a few weeks ago where only the “older” people where interestedly in Charles but like 75% interested in Harry or something like that? Well the older people dont really translate in rating so he needs them there to make the ratings go wild and not have the new king lose face.

  5. GuestWho says:

    I sometimes think that people saying H&M aren’t safe in the UK is hyperbolic. After reading this insanity – they are not safe in the UK! I thought at least Harry would be safe – nope, something bad is going to happen. The mob is getting desperate.

    I really hope they both stay home and have a birthday party for their son (can you imagine what is going to happen if an Archie bday picture is released and overshadows the entire spectacle in the UK?)!

    • equality says:

      Eugenie and Jack need to bring August to the US and then H&M, E&J and their children put out a photo at Disney World celebrating Archie’s BD.

    • Krista says:

      You know what? I hope they do release a photo. It’s Archie’s birthday, Chuck chose that day as his coronation – no one can reasonably get mad about a photo being released on the kid’s birthday.

      Man, they have really set this up to shit on the Sussexes no matter what they do. Go to the chubbly? Get shit on for stealing thunder. Don’t go? Get shit on for disrespecting the King. Release a photo? Get shit on for overshadowing. They cannot win.

      • equality says:

        That’s the usual situation with the BM, the RF and H&M.

      • Roo says:

        @Krista, I hope that they not only release a photo, but that they also announce a huge donation by Archewell (maybe to relief and recovery efforts in Turkey) in Archie’s honor. How amazing the contrast would be to KFC’s gold carriage and new thrones!

      • Oh that is a great idea and the picture should be in front of the Disney castle just for good measure.

      • Giddy says:

        …and that the picture released shows Archie in a birthday “crown”.

      • Amy Bee says:

        Considering that Harry and Meghan have stopped releasing birthday pictures of Archie, I doubt that will happen but it would be delicious if they did.

      • L4Frimaire says:

        They’re not going to use their child for one upmanship publicity. William really can’t handle his myth being shattered by his brother. He’s the one who’s does want to face the Sussexes at the coronation. He’s a jerk with a temper who for once can’t control everything.

    • Trix says:

      Totally agree. They are definitely not safe. It’s like the tabs and especially this idiot are trying to incite someone to go after them. It’s terrifying and disgusting. They should stay home for that reason alone.

  6. Emily_C says:

    Catatonic? That’s a level above incandescent. I can only think of one kind of anger more extreme: Homicidal. Let’s hope Willy stays at catatonic.

    Though honestly, “catatonic” is the wrong word. If Willy were catatonic, he wouldn’t be able to do anything. He doesn’t do anything, but I haven’t noticed him being particularly more lazy than before. None of the rota rats can write, but Wooten’s incompetence is particularly egregious.

  7. Becks1 says:

    So, yes, this article is bonkers and I know I say this after Wootton article, but he just sounds unhinged. But I guess that’s nothing new at this point.

    So what stands out to me, besides the fact that this is bonkers, is the repeated emphasis on William needing to be protected, William’s reputation being at risk, etc. It really sounds like William wants to attack Harry, physically or verbally or both, and he does not care who is around. He’ll do it at Westminster Abbey, he’ll do it if they’re on the balcony together, etc.

    And the part about needing to protect Kate’s reputation at all costs – Wootton knows, whether or not he admits it, how bad Kate looks when she interacts with Meghan. She looks cold, mean, snobbish. So he wants Kate and Meghan separated in public at all costs so that people cant put together for themselves what an absolute mean girl Kate is.

    LOL at the bit about “helpless” William and Kate. Wootton makes it sound like Harry and Meghan are going to show up at the Chubbly with cartons of eggs or something.

    • Becks1 says:

      oops, I didn’t finish my thought, lol. So it sounds to me like the concern for William is similar to the concern for Kate – protect his reputation because there is a worry that people might see William for who he really is (if he attacks Harry in any way etc) and that’s the real danger that Wootton is talking about here. He thinks William might prove that everything Harry said about him in the memoir was true. that’s why his reputation is at risk. He’s very close to showing the world who he really is.

      • Snuffles says:

        Catotonic is telegraphing to Charles, Harry and the world that he will not be able to control himself or behave if Harry shows up. That he will basically ruin Charles’s coronation. It’s a threat. Pure and simple.

        I hope Harry realizes that William is so far gone that he can’t be reached. Because it’s only a matter of time before he does something that can’t be covered up or excused.

      • Jais says:

        So far, William has usually been able to keep his cool in public. It would be interesting if he didn’t.

    • Nic919 says:

      It’s funny that the article talks about William’s rage when the picture at the top shows kate being the angry one and William trying to look like he’s above that. Meanwhile Harry looks concerned and Meghan looks thrown after having been shown one of Kate’s dirty looks.

  8. ThatsNotOkay says:

    William cannot hide his rage and if he acts out in public it will prove Harry right, once and for all. It will also prove the Rota right, from a decade ago, when they kept saying William needs Harry, implying William is too volatile to rule. And it will also show the world what Kate has to deal with behind closed doors. This world is so comfortable protecting abusive men it’s disgusting. No more.

    • Amy Bee says:

      Given that Harry and William don’t have a close relationship, I don’t think it’s William’s volatility that necessitated Harry’s presence but Harry’s popularity. William is dull as dishwater and the press and Palace relied on Harry to boost William’s image.

    • Nic919 says:

      Based on the photo above it looks like Kate couldn’t control her issues. Harry looks concerned and Meghan is pulling away. William at least in public isn’t showing anger.

      I think we need to include Kate in being able to show anger herself. The media has also said she gives as good as she gets as much as they speak of his incandescence.

  9. Duchess of hazard says:

    If at the big age of forty one Will cannot control his temper, that’s on him. It’s amazing how white men are infantilised though.

  10. Cessily says:

    Every time I think that this man couldn’t get more pathetic he just has to prove me wrong. Is he ever not “Raging” about something? I wonder if he takes blood pressure medicine because no one can sustain that heightened level of rage without health consequences. What is truly horrific is that he is raising three children and this is the example he sets. What an absolute disgrace if I was an English subject I would be mortified that this man is set up as some great example of a leader and will be their future. He is spoiled toddler in what is rapidly becoming a geriatric body. It’s time for Pa to tell him to grow the hell up and get some help.

  11. Mimi says:

    Does Wooten understand that this article does not make William look good?

    • Dilettante says:

      Is there method in Wooton’s madness?

    • Another Anne says:

      He even states that Harry has repeated conversations “verbatatim” – i.e., he was NOT lying. Will’s just mad because Harry told the truth, and the truth makes William look bad.

      Wooten is really bad at this.

  12. C-Shell says:

    First, Kaiser, thanks for reading this cockamamie stuff so we don’t have to click on it, but Wootton just gets more unhinged and deranged with every screed. The way Harry and Meghan were treated from the very outset of QEII’s last moments through the bitter end is a matter of public record, most from Palace briefings. So, spare me your bullshit Dan. I possibly agree with him that the Montecito Royals should steer far clear of CIII’s “Conoration,” but that’s up to them. They have an incredibly high level of tolerance for abuse, based on the Duty that is always falsely attributed to Catatonic Bulliam and KKKHate.

  13. Moderatelywealthy says:

    William is as narcissit as his father. The Coronation is Charle´s, but is William who must be protected at all costs? Really?
    He projects his worst wishes and acts- employment of manipulative tactics and his want for total capitulation or utter destruction- onto Harry while excusing himself from all the blame for his acts, past or future.

    The thing is. since Charles ALREADY gave William all that is due to him ( prince of Wales and Cornwall estates) there is absolutely no leverage anymore. William cannot see it, but this goes both way. ” This is the work. You either do it or you do not. I have nothing else for you.” This means, the onus of his actions are now solely on William. He can not NOT appear at the Coronation He cannot NOT do the bare minimum. He will ahve to eat anything that Charles tells him or risk be seen as a failure.

  14. Digital Unicorn says:

    This is Danny Boy yanking Peggy’s chain – he wants a scoop and this story painting from him confirming what Harry said in his book is a big deal. Wootton only does stories like this when he wants something – he wants inside gossip.

    Wootton is a nasty nasty nasty little man who clearly has serious dirt on the Wails, esp William and he will drop his receipts if the Wails leaking tap dries up.

    • First comment says:

      Yeah, I got the same feeling. I don’t think William wants people to think of him as permanently in rage especially after spare and dan is doing just that: he reminds everyone how incandescent and helpless William is. Not a nice image of the future king… Dan definately knows a lot ..

  15. girl_ninja says:

    So basically Will has been obsessed with Harry and Meghan. And since the doc and Harry’s book came out even more so with Harry and wanting to fight him. Will needs help. Intensive therapy. Period.

    • zebz says:

      The vibe of William at his recent apperances was as if he would cry any second. He looked like he was crying when they got out of the car. In every picture his eyes look watery in his body language is odd. It was similar as when he was in jamacia and had to face the prime minister after he fired them. I would bet he has cried a lot since the doc and then book came out. Will is having serious emotional issues imo.

  16. Louise177 says:

    It’s funny in all of these pro-William articles they keep saying how mad he is about being called angry. Everybody keeps calling out the rage but at the same time downplay it. It’s funny that Wooten writes that William wasn’t even going to do a walkabout but decided to do it only when Harry and Meghan were going to do it. The Royalists keep trying to make William look good but only make him look bad.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      Wootton is just regurgitating what his pal Levin said about Harry & Meghan doing their own walkabout. AL got that from a tumblr/deranger instagram post. Christopher Bouzy posted about it. H&M wouldn’t just do one based on their own decision. They wouldn’t have security unless it was approved by the palace.

      Part of Operation London Bridge discusses royals going out and meeting with the people. Everything would come from Charles one way or the other. Not an ‘olive branch’ from William.

      Wootton’s ability to unhinge himself further is extraordinary.

  17. Gina says:

    My theory of conspiracy: this is passive-aggressive article, which real goal is to make sure Harry would come to Chubbly. It feels so. Too many sentences about “Harry better stay in Montecito” and likewise.

    • CrazyHeCallsMe says:

      It almost seems like they’re egging Harry on to come to the Chubbly out of spite just to stick it to William.

    • Harper says:

      I’ve been team Stay Home in Montecito, but now I’m thinking if Burger King is this catatonic and bursting his blood vessels at the THOUGHT of Harry stepping into the Abbey, what will he be like on the day if they are there? And Kate, who could not control her Sad Witch face at the Jubbly, will need to walk in wearing horse blinders if Meghan is there rocking some Valentino/Givenchy/McQueen coronation look. The entertainment value will be off the charts!

    • Red Weather Tiger says:

      I agree, but I also think that constantly publicizing Peggy’s rage is also an attempt to make the British people get/stay enraged at Harry. It’s kind of akin to stochastic terrorism: we have to keep the people angry as hell. Harry has so displeased the future king, and FK Peg is VERY VERY ANGRY so a) Harry must deserve it and b) we should all stay angry, too. Who knows where that anger might lead someone? Peg is a dangerous and disgusting person.

      • kirk says:

        How fortunate for those disgusting ppl to reap full value from the Spare, all without forking over one red cent or any other type of support.

      • Peachy says:

        Rage is an emotion that generates clicks that generates revenue. I agree this is all designed to keep the public stirred up and angry with Harry but it’s purely for financial purposes. Wooten, and the rest, want the notoriety and the money.

  18. Miranda says:

    What the flying fucking hell is he even talking about?

    Sometimes I wonder if the most ardent sycophants, like Wootton here, are like, anti-monarchy double agents trying to bring it down from within. There’s really no other satisfactory explanation for why they would constantly write pieces like this, which make William out to be a petulant, unhinged rage monster who is so very obviously unfit to be King.

    • Jais says:

      I’ve wondered the same. It’s bonkers.

    • Becks1 says:

      I think it seems that way because many of these people, like Wootton, aren’t actually fans of Charles or William. Maybe they like the monarchy in general and loved QEII, but they don’t actually like her heirs. However, they do HATE harry and meghan. so I think you see that play out a lot in Wootton’s articles. He’s less pro-William than he is anti-Harry.

    • MaryContrary says:

      I agree. It’s bizarre. In what world does this make William look good?

  19. equality says:

    But W&K are great diplomats. So they should be, like TQ, able to interact with anyone. Funny how these royals can interact with questionable Saudis for money but can’t interact diplomatically in public with a family member.

    • MsIam says:

      Well, obviously that’s the key then. Harry and Meghan just need to bring a couple of shopping bags full of cash with them when they go to the Conoration and all will be forgiven! /s This whole situation is insane and Charles needs to step in and stop William and the press from baiting Harry. Unless of course, Charles is in on it too.

  20. Theresa says:

    This entire family needs to get over themselves…they brought all of this on themselves when they decided that Meghan, the love of Harry’s life, was not worthy due to her race. They tried everything they could to destroy Meghan and her relationship with Harry and failed miserably.

    They deserve everything they got and more. Harry is still a member of the royal family as is Meghan and their children. To exclude them is ridiculous.

  21. Brassy Rebel says:

    Wootton never denies that William assaulted Harry and has put hands on him at other times as well. In fact, this description of William as some kind of psycho with no self control who needs his elderly father to protect him from his actions confirms every word in SPARE about William’s frightening rages.

    • Digital Unicorn says:

      Thats the very telling thing – neither the press of the RF have denied that William is a rage filled peg. NO ONE has every denied it yet nothing is done. It’s painted as justifiable because, you know, Meghan.

      The whole world now knows what a monster William is – he is not fit to be heir let alone King. He is the King that all the Brexit loving little Englanders deserve.

      • Becks1 says:

        Agreed, that’s been the most telling part in the aftermath of Spare. Very few people are challenging what Harry actually said, especially about William and Charles. They may be challenging whether he “should” have said it, but no one is saying “well William never would have done that because XYZ.” Instead the response to the assault story, for example, was “brothers fight, whats the big deal?”

  22. Jais says:

    I’m here for the term FOPS, friendsofpegs. Love it. And I’d love to see the proof that Harry and Meghan were just going to randomly do a walkabout for attention. Iirc, they had to wait to let Meghan even get ready…bc they were chilling at home.

    • equality says:

      They did claim at the time that they had to wait on Meghan. Maybe the true story was the delay was to calm down PW. But it’s funny that Will’s behavior on-camera looked better than Kate’s behavior. Maybe why Meghan feels sorry for Kate is that she knows that afterward Kate gets to hear how enraged PW is after he holds it in so long.

      • Tessa says:

        Kate is a mean girl. And behaves like the mean girl that she is to Meghan. I am not so sure Meghan feels sorry for kate now

      • Patsy says:

        That Will is able to calm down to the extent of coming off as better than his stalker should tell u about his mental state
        He needs help like yesterday
        Something is seriously wrong with Will, the only one in that family that can’t seem to stand for anything & on his own.

      • Digital Unicorn says:

        It could be they had to calm down Waity given her face of thunder at the walk about – Peggy actually looked calm and appeared to make some sort of effort towards both of them. Also Catty is known for being late all the time to events – they once kept QE2 waiting at Windsor Castle because of her. Catty being late all the time is a pure bitch power move about control.

      • Jais says:

        @patsy- it’s always interesting to me that William is better able to modulate his emotions for the cameras than Kate. Assuming it’s bc he’s been trained to do so since he was a young boy. But at the same time, it suggests that Kate is as equally incandescent and catatonic as he is. Although, the only time we see it is when Meghan is around. It’s still funny to me that she cannot fix her face around Meghan. At all.

      • Becks1 says:

        @Jais I find that interesting as well. If I was just going off body language, and not Harry’s words in Spare, or their interviews, or everything else we have learned, I would say that Kate was the problem, and not William. I mean even at the infamous Commonwealth service, William was able to say hello to Harry. It was brief, it was barely anything, but it was more than what Kate could do. Like maybe I would think William was an ahole but Kate was the reason for the issues between the couples.

        Is that based on a lifetime in the spotlight? Maybe? Sometimes you can see William closer to the edge (like at Philip’s funeral where he looked visibly tense) but Kate is the one who can’t behave in public. It’s not just her facial expressions (I am not good at regulating mine, lol), but she makes choices in her behavior – for example, back to the CWS, where she flat out ignored H&M and looked like a petty bitch.

        I also feel like different things matter to W&K and we see that play out. Like at that same CWS – I don’t think William cared about not being in the procession. Kate obviously did though. At the Queen’s funeral, we saw Kate try to enter her pew between H&M bc she thought that was her “due,” even though it made more sense for H&M to enter before her. The time on the balcony when William made Kate move down to make room for H&M, etc. Balcony position means everything to Kate, but seems less important to William except when he’s trying to freeze her out (like we saw at the Jubbly.)

        I don’t know. Family dynamics are weird in general and I’m sure for this family its all even weirder.

      • Nic919 says:

        I think Meghan felt bad for Kate at the time of the Oprah interview. I don’t think she did after her nonsense during the funeral events.

        Kate was clearly aggressive in that walkabout and there was zero reason for it to be acceptable. As much as William is said to have a temper, he seems to control it in public. Kate does not seem to control it, especially around Meghan. (But also she made a nasty face at the Epson derby event during the jubilee and Meghan wasn’t present, so who knows why she was nasty there).

        Maybe the media tell us they are well suited for each other because they both have anger issues?

    • Jais says:

      It’s funny. It’s almost as if William cares about hierarchy in private while Kate cares more about it in public. She wants the public to see her as above Meghan, even though it makes her look petty AF. Whereas William cares whether he’s ahead of Harry and the public would never even realize it if Harry hadn’t fully outed it. Their power plays are more behind the scenes while Kate’s are in front of the camera.

      • Agreatreckoning says:

        It’s also quite scary. Kate displays her maniacal demon looks when in church and when near Meghan. Will acts like everything is okay when in public with Harry & Meghan. (I try not to think about how much Meghan had to pretend around them with the smear campaign)

        William is that abusive gaslighting partner who leaves the bruises in places people can’t outright see and then expects you to go to a party/event and act like everything is just peachy. “I didn’t attack you, Harold.”.

        Some posters here may have experienced this, some may have witnessed it. Ultimately, the majority of posters here know that sh*t is wrong, wrong, wrong.

  23. Izzy says:

    Ah yes, the walkabout. Wasn’t that where Meghan visibly backed away from Kate in full view of the public and cameras? Sad little man should stop talking now, every time he writes about the Wails they look worse for it.

    • Isabella says:

      And now they’re saying Meghan needs to apologize

    • AnneL says:

      Backed away from Kate and literally hid behind Harry in terror!

    • Layla says:

      @izzy if you look back at that footage, I noticed two things going on. 1, Meghan backing away from W and K terrified and desperately hoping not to put a foot wrong and 2, W looking for HARRY’s approval “shall we just wave?shall we just wave? Yeah let’s just wave?” Aren’t you the HEiRrRRrrRr?!

  24. Rapunzel says:

    Didn’t Will also lunge a couple times at Harry at Phil’s funeral? Like as soon as they were out of sight of the public?

    I think they’re really scared Will might attack Harry in Westminster Abbey. It explains why we’ve heard they’re trying to plan how to keep the Sussexes and Wailes apart if the Sussexes come. And all the articles telling Charles not to invite Harry. I think the Rota might know Will better than his Pa, and they’re talking to Charles/Charles’ courtiers/Cammy to warn him.

    Lord help those poor Wales kids having to deal with this rage monster as a father.

  25. Inge says:

    Everyone is saying William is angry at Harry for writing Spare and sharing his stories, but no-one is denying what was said.

    Also ‘catatonic rage” isn’t that a mental health problem? did William not have a happy childhood? Where’s Kate when you need her.

  26. C says:

    I really am wondering if the “stans” of William and Kate (Meghan haters really) think this is a good look.

    Like, surely even someone who knows nothing about this situation would think an indifferent silence would be more dignified and classy. Not article after article about white-hot rage. I’m truly curious about this, lol.

    • Carty7 says:

      I actually think the deranger ‘fans’ of those two enjoy articles like this because it’s how they feel, for no reason. Never mind how crazy it looks to the rest of the world.

      • SAS says:

        @Carty7, hey that is an excellent point, pandering to their psychotic fan base. I’m recalling Clarkson’s extremist screed that went through however many desks that thought that mental state and level of vitriol was acceptable/relatable.

  27. CrazyHeCallsMe says:

    Wooten is still stinging from being called a sad little man by Harry so his articles will continue to grow more and more unhinged. And Peggy needs to grow up and stop stomping his feet like a toddler to get his way. What continues to amaze me is the BM and Rota Rats continue to prove H&M were telling the truth about the invisible contract. Every article still cites palace sources, friends or courtiers as the source of information. It’s bonkers. Harry has pulled back the curtain and anyone with half a brain can see the palace disinformation machinery at work.

  28. Lizzie says:

    At the award for most unhinged goes to…both Will and Wooten. The drama and hysteria in Wooten’s writing can only be read in small bites, so thank you Kaiser for breaking it down. Big time mental health problems are the only explanation where a man who basically won economic and social lottery at birth is in a state of violent rage against a brother, who he has only seen a handful of times in three years, just because is enjoying a happy life.

  29. BW says:

    What ever happened to “Keep a stiff upper lip?” And “Never complain, never explain?”

    Describing Wills as being in a catatonic rage all the time is not the look he should be going for. Then again, if it finally gets the monarchy overthrown . . .

  30. Pumpkin (Was Sofia) says:

    I see the thesaurus was opened and a new word for “incandescent” was found: catatonic.

    But anyways, every time I read a Wootton article I think “okay this is absolutely deranged he cannot get worse” but he does! Every single time!

  31. SueBarbri33 says:

    The use of “catatonic” to describe someone in the RF is certainly a choice, given their very public history of mental illness. I don’t like to speculate about anyone’s mental health, but it certainly sounds like this article is starting to answer some of the questions we’ve had about William. If he absolutely cannot control his anger under any circumstances, and there’s a chance that he won’t be able to contain himself for several hours during the coronation because of it, then he is going to be the end of the House of Windsor. No doubt about it. He’s always been petulant, but they played it off as shy initially. But this…is something else entirely. We’re talking about Henry VI/George III territory here, and that’s gonna be a problem.

    • Renae says:

      I remain convinced that all Wills ‘rage issues’ are remnants of his closed head injury (hit with a golf club at school). Closed head injuries are notorious for unbelievable and *out of nowhere* emotional issues (rage/tears/etc). Overcoming those is thereafter takes years of various therapys. I don’t think W has ever gotten the necessary therapy either because it was unrecognized or it was more important and expedient to just get him back to school

      • Jaded says:

        I think the head injury is certainly part of his issues, but he was aggressive as a baby too. Diana coined “Billy the Basher” to describe his behaviour. It’s a perfect storm of behavioural problems, possible NPD in the mix. He really should look into getting neuropsychological testing done after which he could get into some anger management programs, maybe even some medication to mitigate his outbursts. In any event, when even crackpots like Wootton et al are continually referring to his incandescent, catatonic, explosive rage issues — even if they’re only doing it as a means to blame Harry wHO cAUsEd It aLL — it’s clear William has a huge problem.

      • bisynaptic says:

        Yes. This doesn’t get discussed enough.

      • ArtHistorian says:

        Maybe we should talk about learned behaviour as well. Charles is also known for explosive rages. He once physically assaulted a member of his staff. However, QEII’s father and grandfather were also known for explosive rages. It must be a combination of nature and nurture – because it is remarkable that this issue crops up in so many generations in one family.

      • notasugarhere says:

        The head injury came a decade after they first started calling him Wills and Billy the Basher because of his stubborn and violent behavior. He was threatening to chop kids heads off when he was three. It is not down to a head injury. Give me the child at seven and I’ll show you the man.

  32. Anna says:

    Nothing says “future king” quite like threatening to misbehave and retroactively blaming it on daddy.

    • Trix says:

      Seriously. So true. What a nutbar. Di’s death obviously did a number on him too but dude, you have three kids and you’re going to be king … time to deal. He should be thanking his brother for shining a light on his severe mental health issues.

  33. Serena says:

    This absolutely doesn’t do Bulliam any favors lol. In a few words, Wootton just decribed him as a rage monster. How is that good pr?

  34. Amy Bee says:

    Will is a supreme gaslighter. He can only be angry with himself because he was the one, along with his father, that initiated the smear campaign against Harry and Meghan. I don’t understand how William could have thought that Harry would remain silent after he leaked story after about him and Meghan to the press and tried to help the DM with Meghan’s lawsuit. And Wootton is unhinged, but what’s new?

    • lleepar says:

      Maybe William could start by explaining how the contents of a private WhatsApp exchange between the two brothers ended up in Valentine Low’s book.

  35. Ceej says:

    People joke about wanting to skip Charles but like… we need to skip William.

    Catatonic rage as a GOOD character trait in a king is terrifying at the same time Tory MP’s are trying to bring back the death penalty.

    I liked visiting fam in England as a kid enough to move here but I 100% feel like I missed the peak of it being a good place to live, and now it’s just straight into the trash pile for the country.

    • CC says:

      People are supporting a reinstatement of the death penalty? That’s very interesting. Is it a fringe thing or are there well-known figures behind it?
      Also, have they gone so far as to suggest a method of execution they would use if they succeeded? Before it was abolished, they solely used hanging, I believe.

      • Lady D says:

        I read a book years back, written by England’s last Hangman. It was quite the read. He needed to be at the prison the night before the hanging, and it would be after breakfast the next morning that the hanging was done. Over 30 years on the job and only his boss knew what he did for a living. Also, if the slightest whisper got out about his job, he would be fired instantly and charged. I forget what they called the charge.

  36. DouchesOfCambridge says:

    “engulfed by catonic rage” lol
    OMG I can feel the radioactive intensity of Willie’s rage in Canada, it’s melting the snow

    • ElleE says:

      Guys, the phrase “…the catatonic rage engulfing William…” is the word choice of a teen writer or non-native English speaker & it isn’t written by a person wishing to make Will’s look like the post-Brexit leader he will need to be.

      This isn’t about the Sussex’s anymore; someone wants to diminish any power that family has, and tarnish the coronation.

      The British press should be writing nonstop puff pieces about England’s great history and bravely moving into this new future and this shit ain’t it, so we’ve got to ask ourselves where this is coming from…(not from the palaces)

      • SueBarbri33 says:

        That’s what I don’t understand. The tone right now should be highlighting the “working royals” in a positive light. But instead it’s nothing but an endless stream of articles about people reacting to Harry’s book. Even if he’s still mad about it, he should have the good sense not to keep talking about how mad he is. That’s foolish.

      • Rnot says:

        How many people were philosophically anti-monarchy but also recognized that no change was possible while Elizabeth was still alive and revered? Now the knives come out. I think the RF are going to have whiplash at how quickly public opinion sours.

      • Sunday says:

        It’s the same tactic as Kate’s infamous Tatler article and the subsequent retractions/edits – the press at large made sure to point out specifically and in great detail exactly what statements had been edited or removed, which gave them the opportunity to repeat all the offensive statements again while pretending to be shocked they were published in the first place. “Oh, isn’t it awful that so-and-so called her a bitter, vindictive shrew with no discernible positive traits? I can’t believe they said that, they’re obviously implying that this is why her husband cheats on her constantly. It’s terrible, really!”

        I think the British press knows they have a huge, real story on their hands – the utter dysfunction, chaos, and failure of the House of Windsor. If the monarchy was a stand-alone entity, it would already be gone. The problem is with the entire peerage system, the ranks of which are filled with newspaper owners, legacy media figures, and the most powerful people in the country. They have a vested interest in continuing this social hierarchy, and so they can’t attack the monarchy without bringing down the whole ill-gotten house of cards and their own houses with it. So instead we get this chicken sh*t, passive aggressive approach where they focus on lambasting Harry and propping up the general idea of the monarchy while still taking potshots at specific royals like Will.

      • Solidgold says:

        The British tabloids are always negative. Conflict and fear are their weapons. I don’t think anything else’s is behind it.

    • Trix says:

      @Sunday … by far the smartest and most bang-on comment I have read on this entire mess. You’ve nailed it. They’re sitting on much bigger and more dangerous stories about the House of Windsor for all the reasons you mention, and using H&M as a shield and distraction.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      LOL @DouchesofCambridge. I’m in WI. We had a high of 54 degrees in my area and rain. Snow melted. Tomorrow slightly cooler. More snow disappearing. Thursday down to 27 degrees and maybe 4 inches of snow. Our weather is like Will’s personality. Shambolic.

  37. JoJo says:

    Two very sad, sad little men. All that PC should be saying to them both is…

    Wooten….fgs…stfu… and go crawl into a hole somewhere.

    William…Grow up!

    • Well Wisher says:

      Younger socially acclimatizing persons are better behaved, this is beyond arrested development.

  38. acha says:

    You know what I’ve been thinking about a lot? George telling his school friend to watch out because his dad’s going to be king someday. He really does feel like his dad is a credible threat.

    • notasugarhere says:

      I doubt that’s the reason. William used to threaten his classmates that he’d chop off their heads. George is acting the same way- entitled and threatening.

  39. Kara says:

    According to Wootton, William is so out of control with rage–not “catatonic with rage,” as that would mean he would be unresponsive to his surroundings–that he cannot be trusted to be in a public space amongst hundreds of people, at an event that’s being televised, live, to millions of people, if his brother is in the same space. And for some reason, this is Charles’s problem. William, the 41-year-old man who is next in line for the throne, has no responsibility here.

    Yeah, screw that. He can take his ass to anger management.

    When you put it all together, it seems this whole situation was started by William. The jealousy, hatred, and toxic behavior surrounding Meghan and Harry started with him and spread like wildfire. It was relational aggression. He hated Meghan (and Harry as long as he was with her) and had to make everyone else in the family/social group hate them too. Getting the family to exclude them, talk about the behind their backs, etc. gave him social power and made him feel large and in charge. It likely felt especially good to have Harry on the outs because I don’t think the Cambridges (now Waleses) were especially liked within the family, but everyone seemed to like Harry, and “Spare” sure made it sound like key family members (Charles, the Queen) were more taken with Meghan than they were with William’s wife.

    Putting that together with all these articles that have William positioned to have an epic meltdown if Harry and Meghan come to the coronation makes me wonder if this is about William’s emotional insecurity. Could he fear that Chuck will apologize, at least privately, to Meghan and Harry to get them to come to the coronation? (He *is* capable; he apologized to Harry for something in the book.) Could he be spouting off the the media with these threats because he wants to make sure there’s no chance of rapprochement between Harry and his father? Perhaps William likes being an only son. It’s just a thought…

  40. Ruby says:

    “…deeply personal conversations were printed verbatim but out of context…”
    So what was the context of these conversations, sad little man? Please explain.

    How on earth is it “emotional blackmail” for Harry to say: we won’t attend unless there is an apology and acknowledgement of wrongdoing. FFS Chuck, pick up the phone.

  41. Over it says:

    I see you one sad little man and raise you an incandescent violent rage monster and a cold as steel copycat stalker.
    These three are out of their ever missing minds

  42. Well Wisher says:

    If one uses inferences, it is not a stretch to assume that William and Kate game plan is total destruction towards the Sussexes, using transference.


    The sad little man simply acted as the stenographer for heir openly sharing info about his hate towards his brother.

    Piss M concurred that the heir wants to strike his brother.

    Another news outlet has an article alleging that the heir is threatening the Sussexes – Harry, Meghan, Archie and Lily
    Archie is three years old and Lili is one year old.

    The monarch is also issuing an ‘or else’ should Harry not attend the coronation.

    Why is this erratic behaviour so evident?
    Simply put – Harry has established boundaries to protect himself from psychological and physical abusive behaviours.

    It seems like Harry has his priorities in order, and his relatives with all the access to privilege, wealth and status via inheritance, does not.

    What to make of this development??

    It leaves one question:-

    if William is stating unequivocally that he is a present threat to his brother and his family;
    Why would King Charles make an exception, in regards to the fake reality that public relations present and not invite his son, Harry to the coronation???

    It would be a loving act to spare (pardon the pun) Harry and his family the indignity and emotional distress in dealing with such dysfunction on what is a ‘special occasion’??

    For once, save Harry from William, it would be the most unselfish act, let Harry retain the peace, and marital bond he so richly deserve.

    Let “my darling boy” have real meaning.

  43. notasugarhere says:

    Weirdly, this is Wootten petting&praising William. Repeatedly using the POW title to embiggen him and essentially praising William’s toxic masculinity. Like all the fake W&K stans (AKA Meghan haters) who praised William for assaulting Harry, that William was ‘a real man’ and Harry was a wimp for not fighting back.

    This is a response to all the PROOF of Harry protecting Meghan *at all costs* for six years now. We’ve all seen William has never done anything to protect Kate. They’re attempting to flip the script, make it look like William is the ‘real man’ out there protecting Kate against the evil Meghan (and Harry).

    Wootten claiming Harry is the person at fault here, that William has no responsibility for his 40 years of toxic behavior. Poor W&K will be triggered by Harry and Meghan and *are not to be held responsible for anything they do in response*.

  44. MsIam says:

    Has the whole UK royal gossip media gone nuts? Angela Levin-Troll is on Twitter claiming Charles and William are plotting royal revenge against Harry and her “sources” claim Harry is “shaking in his boots”. Since she is Crocmilla’s spokesmonster I guess this is her contribution to this mess. More threats against Harry. Are there no mature grownups in Buckingham Palace anymore? This is ridiculous.

    • Well Wisher says:

      This is after she claimed that Meghan is close to an older rich gentleman, she is anticipating a break up that will destroy Harry.
      She was a guest of PeePee’s show on GBN news.

  45. The Hench says:

    What also jumped out to me was the repeated emphasis on Charles being adamant about Harry attending:
    “The Coronation is Charles’ day, I understand that. But given he is determined to have the Sussexes in attendance’
    ‘ “The king wants to think the best of his youngest son and Meghan, with whom he has always been incredibly affectionate,’
    ‘ But if Charles is hellbent on the Sussexes seeing him crowned in person, ‘

    Sounds to me like William is also catatonic with rage at his father for wanting Harry there and he’s letting him know about it.

  46. one of the marys says:

    “the Prince of Wales still cannot fathom the vicious intent behind his brother’s book”
    This also is not a good look. Harry has been very clear about his motives and they weren’t vicious. William obstinately refusing to concede one iota of sympathy for Harry and Meghan shows his poor character and narcissism.

    • K. Norvell says:

      Wootton’s daily portrayal of William makes William look unstable, immature, fragile, and spoiled. Remember William is a 40 yrs. old man and shouldn’t need protection from Daddy.

  47. AnneL says:

    The book was not flattering to William, but it wasn’t a “character assassination.” Harry went pretty easy on his brother. For most of the book he just comes across as kind of distant and above-it-all, but Harry writes of him with affection and recalls some good times together.

    If you don’t want the world to think of you as angry and unhinged, don’t go yell at your brother, insult his wife and then knock him over on his own kitchen floor. Oh, and tell your FOPs to stop portraying you as ten shades of empurpled in the BM!

    • Renae says:

      While purple might be the traditional *colour* denoting royalty…I don’t think its supposed to refer to facial features.

  48. Ciotog says:

    In every single one of these articles that purport to have sources in the institution or the family, not one has said that Harry lied. They’re mad at him for telling the truth.

  49. MaryContrary says:

    “Catatonic with rage” and “unable to forgive” are definitely excellent qualities for the future head of the Church of England. Eye roll.

    • B says:

      Well, if the king has codes to the nukes in GB, this is parliaments chance to change that.
      It’s not like they haven’t got fair warning.

  50. Agnes says:

    Is anyone else afraid of what Willy the Bald might finally do with all that incandescent rage once he shakes off the catatonia and moves? Maybe his scarf-picking passive-aggressive back-stabbing cowardice will save the Sussexes from more harm once he becomes King (perish the thought) but Henry better keep those 400 extra pages of dirt hanging like a sword over Willy’s mottled rage clotted cranium. He is the most putrescent of the lot, and that’s saying a lot.

  51. QuiteContrary says:

    “… helpless Will and Kate.”

    The sad little man misspelled “heartless.”

  52. Sass says:

    Meanwhile. Dan Wooton has engulfed a thesaurus.

    • K. Norvell says:

      This guy is the one William should worry about; all this manufactured melodrama just to keep controversy front and center.

  53. PunkPrincessPhD says:

    With all the references to catatonia, who else thinks the Chubbly should feature Cerys Matthews singing “Dead From the Waist Down”?

    I suspect the humour would be lost on Will though.

  54. Lurker25 says:

    At this point these rota articles are just mad libs. The know nothing about montecito. And they fill the blanks based on whose pocket they’re in.

    Wooten: “The Prince of Wales [verb] at [adjective] Harry because [incident] and must [adverb] [verb]..”

    Jobbo: “The King feels [adverb] that his younger son [verb] but the [adjective] chubbly MUST go on! For the sake of the nation!”

    Angela Levin: “Queen Camilla’s [adjective] disposition, so perfectly suited for her role as [noun], is seen in the [adjective] way she accepted the replica [gemstone]. Who knows if Meghan stole the original?”

    Tominy: “Prince Andrew [verb] after [length of time] away, he [verb] the right to become [noun] or the terrorists will win!”

    • SueBarbri33 says:


    • Lady D says:

      Thank you for doing that Lurker25. I had a blast filling in the blanks, and I can play over and over.

    • JoJo says:

      🤣 Brilliant. You missed your calling. Selling templates/primers for fledging royal rota rats.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      +1000 Oh My @Lurker25. That’s awesome. Spot on. In the last five years I’ve been to a number of wedding/baby showers. One of each of these events had a version of what you wrote (catered to the bride/groom or mom/dad to be). (not royals or royal rotas lol) It was how do you think they would answer. Funniest shit. There were people p*ssed that other people won these games and claimed the winner of cheating.lol BECAUSE THEY KNEW THE PERSON BESTEST! /s

      Very loud applause to you!!! clap, clap, clap

    • Peachy says:

      Absolutely brilliant. And the coffee on the phone screen is all my fault… celebitchy should not be read while drinking or eating anything.

    • kirk says:

      Lurker25 – You’re right about mad libs. Worse yet I suspect those fill-in-the-blankers Wooten, Jobbo, Angela Levin and Tominy are just about obsolete anyhow. After reading TaxProfBlog’s “Blackman: GPT Will Soon Be Able to Pass the Multistate Bar Exam” and “The Rise of the Robotic Tax Analyst” (Benjamin Alarie, SSRN), I think those folks should count the days they’ll still be able to get a paycheck manufacturing tabloid outrage. If I owned one of those rags I’d be looking seriously at firing the overpaid lot of them, replacing them with cheaper younger people better able to wrangle GPT-3 and other AI tools.

  55. K. Norvell says:

    Wooten and other British “journalists” portray William as a child, requiring protection from his father. They also portray him as always angry and out of control over…nothing. The only people making William look terrible are his media partners. You get the feeling William expected Harry to be his fall guy sidekick forever. So selfish and immature…

    • Lady D says:

      I honestly think William did think exactly that, similar to, I’m going to be the king which means I can do, say, or get anything I want. Harry was his to do with what he wanted. There was an article when Harry and Meghan fled the country that said William drank himself senseless for five nights in a row. Harry leaving with his family was the first time he’s ever had to face the consequences of his actions, and his ‘stooge’ Harry was the one that did it to him. Hence the ever-increasing hatred for his brother and even more for his brother’s wife.

    • Well Wisher says:

      Maybe they are reporting verbatim to avoid being sued.

  56. HamsterJam says:

    Dan Woten should teach a course, “How to Write About Prince William Only Using Adjectives Found in the Psychopathy Checklist”

    • SAS says:

      LOLLL!! I died.

      What’s the YouTube verbiage “Write about Prince William being cool, calm and collected challenge (IMPOSSIBLE!)”

  57. HuffnPuff says:

    “after hearing the Sussexes were planning to do something on their own seeming to, as ever, steal the limelight.”

    Maybe Harry did want to do something but I don’t think he picked that time. And it certainly wasn’t to steal the spotlight. Give me a break! Anyway, remember how angry Kate was at the walkabout? I think she wanted it to just be W&K so she could strut about as the new PoW. So sharing the spotlight was strike number one. Then because this walkabout was sprung on H&M, M needed time to get ready which pushed the time back. In the documentary, you can see how her natural hair is and I’m sure she doesn’t go through all the styling for it just to sit around the house. So the lateness was strike number two. If the walkabout interfered with K picking the kids up from school, that was strike three.

    One thing is for sure. W isn’t the only one with anger issues in that relationship. I was doubtful about people suggesting Adelaide as a safe house for K, but now i think it’s a safe house for the kids to not have to deal with both of their raging parents at the same time.

    • Jaded says:

      I too think that both W&K go at each other and have likely had some epic fights in front of their kids. They clearly have a marriage in name only and at times loath each other. I imagine Adelaide Cottage was suggested as a way of keeping the poor kids away from seeing that on a regular basis. They both need vast amounts of therapy and marriage counseling if they want their children to grow up without being psychologically traumatized.

  58. Okay says:

    Please please keep talking Pegasus! This is delicious “But if Charles is hellbent on the Sussexes seeing him crowned in person, he must protect the feelings and reputation of helpless William and Kate at all costs.”

    I’m going to say it, Will misses the hell out of Harry, he wants to marry Harry and have Harry’s babies. His ass is so chapped that Harry pulled a Will on Will and with great results lol. “how can you do what I do to you to MEEEE!!!?? ” I’m crying laughing that Will approved this dribble. He never said what Harry said wasn’t true.

    How is this both verbatim and out of context? LOLOLOLOLOL

    Did this guy even proof read his bs.
    “But even starting that conversation is virtually impossible given the trust has been shattered after the broadcast of their Netflix reality show and the publication of Spare, where deeply personal conversations were printed verbatim but out of context to further Harry and Meghan’s warped victimhood narrative.”

  59. Jeffrey York says:

    They are both acting like spoiled, wealthy children. They would be better served if Wooten and all the other courtiers stayed out of it. Or they could just have a jousting match…winner take all.

  60. Kate says:

    I finished Harry’s book yesterday. I was firmly in Camp Sussex beforehand but I am even more so now.

    This book is not full of tawdry details meant to harm the royal family.

    It’s full of pain from someone whose entire life has been gaslit by a bunch of horse faced blue blooded wimps.

    Harry forged his own path and was beaten down at every turn. But he kept going. His father and brother sold him out at every turn. But he kept going. The press and the world continue to eviscerate him and his family. But he keeps going. He’s made the path that Diana wanted for herself.

    I give the monarchy one more generation until total collapse.

  61. crazyoldlady says:

    William is now briefing against himself — Kate needs to come get her man.

  62. Mrs.Krabapple says:

    Clearly, the Cambridges are NOT the appropriate people to be the face of “mental health” in the UK. We already know they don’t care about a pregnant woman being driven to suicidal ideations. Did they reach out to her to see how she was doing? No. Did they offer any words of support? Nope. And we also know William is a rage monster who doesn’t seem inclined to get any help for it. And ignores his wife’s obvious ED, pretending they are a perfect Stepford couple instead. They are the last people who should be championing mental health, because they don’t give a cr@p about anyone’s mental health, only their own superficial images.

  63. Saucy&Sassy says:

    This article is very interesting. Is this the bm’s way of stitching together a plausible explanation for why the Sussexes don’t show up, or why KFC doesn’t invite them? It sounds like the Queen-Escort is talking to AL, so there’s a trail. It’s also interesting that Wails is looking good in this article. Fails has been angry for most of his life as far as I can see, but someone is using this for a reason. I keep coming back to what Harry wrote in Spare when Fails came to Not Kot already angry for the meeting between them when Fails assaulted him. Why was he angry? What had happened just previously to his visit that he was that enraged?

    There’s something missing from this story.

    • Okay says:

      @Saucy&Sassy I have always felt that someone can easily get Will riled up. I feel it was Camilla.

    • JoJo says:

      I think there’s something major missing. The one sentence that caught my attention straight away was “don’t tell Meg”. Why would mr ‘I’m going to be king one day’ give a shit if Harry told insignificant (in his view) Meg anything. Something, as yet undisclosed, went on between them that really rattled Will and had him in a defensive rage because he was scared.

      • Interested Gawker says:

        And Harry intended to obey William! He intended not to tell Meghan about the altercation without realizing he had visible injury to his back. In one of the TV interviews Harry mimicked his surprise when she asked after it and looking at his own back in the mirror and mouthing ‘Oh, Sh*t!’. Harry was still carrying William’s water even after that! Harry acted like he felt caught out, pinned between them, that was really eye opening and sad. The BRF rail against Harry but he has Spared(pun intended) them and showed his family a lot of mercy in terms of what he chose to disclose. W&K should shut up and be thankful Harry didn’t go scorched earth on them.

    • Emily_C says:

      Someone with rage issues like Willy does not need an outside reason to rage. Maybe he had indigestion. Maybe he had to wait longer than he wanted at a red light. Maybe he had an unpleasant dream. It could be anything or nothing — any tiniest bit of unpleasantness in his life, and he will take it out on others. There is no reason.

    • Agreatreckoning says:

      Excellent questions @Saucy&Sassy. Speculation is that William’s assault on Harry happened when she was away for her baby shower. If we go with that line of thinking. A couple of things happened. 1. Kate wasn’t invited to the baby shower. That would appear as a snub to her. Even though she was an active participant in the smear campaign(that gained big ground in Fall of 2018) and no friend of Meghan’s. 2. Someone leaked stuff to Emily Andrew’s about the shower. Emily had the date wrong.lol Leakers were pissed. 3. The Mail on Sunday put out/printed Meghan’s letter to her father on Feb. 9?, 2019. At least 10 days before the shower. Within the time table of those two events, H&M went to the powers to be, asking for ANL to be sued for copyright infringement. William did not want ANL sued. Other things could come out.jmo

  64. lleepar says:

    I suspect one of the problems the BRF and some of the RRs are having is that they know there are far more serious examples of William’s rages than Harry alluded to in SPARE. So, no one wants to pull at that tread for fear that things could unravel and reveal worse — that is, no one except D.Woot.

  65. aquarius64 says:

    William is one heartbeat away from being head of state, head of nation, and head of UK’s armed forces. Anger management issues is not a good look. Rotten and the BM coven are not doing Bulliam any favors with these rageaholic stories. They are verifying Harry’s account in Spare and they are showing Willy is unfit for the top job.

  66. NMB says:

    The BRF talks about how tacky it is that Harry is “constantly” talking to the media. Well, then why are there so many stories about THEIR side? It’s hypocritical and annoying that they don’t realize they’re just as tacky. Move on.

  67. zinjazin says:

    catatonic with rage- sounds like a pretty serious condition tbh..
    Are they sure thats a good image they want to project?
    not a good look imo

  68. Janice Hill says:

    Did Dan WooHoo just refer to the King by pretending he’s on a first-name basis? Did WooHoo just call the king naïve? Wow. And WooHoo is letting the king know that his eldest son is going to punish him if he doesn’t get his way. Willy can’t threaten Pa to his face because he’s a coward.

    I wonder if Charles ever wishes that his younger son was the one born first.

    • Okay says:

      @Janice Will

      I think that is why Pegasus of Rage is raging. He deep hate of Harry is I think a mental narcissistic breakdown of a unmasked narc. Nothing unleashes the beast more in a narc then exposing them. Kinda like Amber Heard, she also painted herself into a corner or her own lies that she exploded and revealed her self on trail. She also could not contain that she was willing to destroy an innocent man to save her own reputation and still said she loved him LOL. Will I think is a narc and I believed he does feel the world revolves around him and hearing from all corners of the planet that they believed Harry must have been a cold shower.

      1. That H&M weren’t coming back when he was convince by his courtiers that he would fail and not to worry

      2. Their financial and charitable success and awards vs Will failures ect Earthshot and the Caribbean Tour of failure

      3. The Interview with Oprah was played on every single national and international news over the racists and what went down

      4. The NexFlix HUGE and global reach

      5. The Spare’s HUGE and global success. Not only do we believed him we want to support his every project. I just loved owning the copy and when i was reading it at the salon and everyone was asking “wow how is the book? do you recommend it ? is it well written ?” Everyone knew about the book, was interested or was curious none were rolling their eyes and talking about it like is was smut.

      Will is having a taste of what people actually think of him and he can’t handle it. The cause is not him because he is perfect by divine right and has placed his blame squarely on H&M to survive ending up in the funny house should he come to terms that “that is you boo boo” . He can’t get it to fit in his head that Harry exposed his dangerous and sick mental state. I do think if some “accident” happened to H&M he would feel relief of his obsession with Harry.

      • CrazyHeCallsMe says:


        “Kinda like Amber Heard, she also painted herself into a corner or her own lies that she exploded and revealed her self on trail. She also could not contain that she was willing to destroy an innocent man to save her own reputation and still said she loved him LOL.”

        You lost me with this take. We’ll have to agree to disagree. IMO Johnny Depp is no innocent man but a raging alcoholic narcissist.

      • Okay says:


        A jury of his peers felt otherwise. Me included. He admitted his drug use and his depression. Is he flawed and needs help yes is she a narc yes that needs help yes. But yes we can agree to disagree.

      • Emily_C says:

        No. No. No. You are entirely wrong about Amber Heard.

        She won on appeal. All the domestic violence organizations stand with her. Johnny Depp is, and has always been, a deeply violent and abusive man. Amber Heard is not abusive or violent. You are as wrong as can be.

      • Peachy says:

        Not sure why you felt the need to insert Heard and Depp into this conversation as it overshadows some valid points regarding the BRF. Perhaps we could contain that particular drama to articles focused on them? For what it’s worth, painting Depp as innocent is fucking ridiculous.

  69. Trix says:

    This is the worst most insane one yet, and yes, terrifying knowing it’s basically coming right from William.

    Never has a dude needed therapy so badly. I honestly fear for Harry’s safety. He’s approaching “let’s put out a hit on them” territory.

    • Okay says:

      I agree. This is the same as Trump putting this hit on people like Pelosi to his cronies. “Must protect the Prince from H&M at all cost” to anyone willing to do it if H or H&M ever return to the UK.

      Especially this portion sounds like he wants immunity from any fall out should H&M have harm come to them. I hope Harry reads this and opened his eyes already.

      “The king wants to think the best of his youngest son and Meghan, with whom he has always been incredibly affectionate, but it’s William and Kate who know their real gameplan. Harry and Meghan are seeking ultimate destruction, not a compromise. So if Charles wants to proceed with naively thinking the Sussexes can be included at the Coronation without causing any damage, it’s on him to make sure that the Prince of Wales is completely insulated from any form of forced reunion or conversation, either in public or private.

  70. Beana says:

    It’s a Wooten recap, so time for me to sing my favorite song!

    “Dan, Dan, that Sad Little Man,
    Heard summoning Harry was part of the plan,
    So he stoked Willy’s anger, ’cause he’s a Cornwall Stan,
    He does what he can,
    That Sad Little Man.”

  71. SIde Eye says:

    He is so mad at Harry for telling the truth and Spare threw a huge monkey wrench in his plan to divorce Kate and brief against her – Kate is the racist. Kate is the one who hated Meghan. All of this was Kate’s fault. He is completely blameless here.

    Instead we found out William is the one who actively hated Meghan. Normal Bill is the one who is petty, jealous, expected an American to curtsy to him in her home upon first meeting him. William is the one who violently assaulted his brother told him at school pretend you don’t know me. William is the one who is absolutely horrible and an abusive bully.

    So much for throwing Kate under the bus.

    Now he’s just an angry catatonic egg stuck with a wife he can’t stomach and who has been exposed to the whole world.

  72. Beverley says:

    William is beginning to give murder vibes. Very troubling.

  73. Linney says:

    I sometimes get the feeling that William’s “incandescent rage” is supposed to be seen as a strength. It’s as if they are saying, “Look how amazing, courageous and brave William is! He always stand up for truth and justice!” Even if you think William is great and Harry is terrible, how does this constant mention of William’s rage and anger make him look good? The messaging is terrible; the cluelessness is off the charts.

    • SueBarbri33 says:

      That’s what I don’t understand. I’m honestly starting to think that William is so strange and hateful that his rage at his *turncoat* little brother is the only “relatable” emotion he has displayed in his entire life. That’s why they keep telling us about it–they’re too embarrassed to tell us about all the other weirdo things he does. Either way, “William is so upset by The Book that he has entered a fugue state” is one of the worst PR efforts I’ve ever seen. This article almost reads as if it had been dictated breathlessly over the phone by someone at KP. “He won’t be able to contain himself in the church!” Like…what is he going to do? Fight during the ceremony? I mean…really, man? This is cartoonish at best. A very poor effort. They’d better figure out something else for him to do–maybe he should start taking piano lessons, too?

      • Peachy says:

        This. All of this…both statements. The absurdity is outrageous and yes William’s rage is supposed to be seen as a strength as the press conversely paints Harry as weak and manipulated by Meghan, which is also ridiculous. I refuse to click on any of the articles but head here instead…for the more rational version/explanation and ensuing hilarity!

    • Christine says:

      Agreed! It’s like toxic masculinity is super sexy, in England, and a real man, who values other’s emotions, like Harry, is an aberration.

  74. Mary Pester says:

    SOMECHICK, YES your probably right, they would lock Harry up if he dumped William on his ass, BUT only if they could prove he meant to do it 🤔maybe the odd foot sticking out or a gentle nudge OH GOD HOW I WISH, but again like you said, Harry is a MAN not a simpering little rage monster who whinges and complains to his daddy and mummy, oops sorry, daddy and wife!! Mind you we always know when William is going of on one, he grits his teeth and that flashing red dome on his head goes of! I wonder if Dan, dan Williams man has a life size doll of Billy bully that he cuddles up to every night. But I think one of the main reasons that William and Kate are so jealous of Harry and Megan is that they are surviving and thriving outside of the Royal household, and they both know that if they tried it they would FAIL BIG TIME. Let’s face it if Billy bully tried to write his memoirs, he wouldn’t need a ghost writer, he would need a modern day Enid Blyton, because that’s about his limit

  75. Bay36 says:

    Anyone else have family annihilator cross their minds? If william wasn’t Royal, what would this guy be doing to his family with all thats being reported? Maybe i am over reading into this..

    • Christine says:

      No, I’m with you. He’s the enraged school shooter, at this point, and no one in England can figure out how to pacify him.

  76. Christine says:

    “an effective character assassination on the heir to the throne”

    Yes, it is. No further words are needed, because it’s the truth.

  77. Peachy says:

    Love the word play of FoP: a man who is concerned with his clothes and appearance in an affected and excessive way; a dandy.

  78. blunt talker says:

    I have no idea if Harry and Meghan will attend-but one thing I sense from all articles-William will be throwing daggers with his eyes at Harry and Meghan to let everyone know how displeased he is with the Sussexes-I hope he can control himself long enough to get through the crowning-If Willy rages as some articles have stated-I fear somewhere along the lines at this coronation something will erupt between the brothers in a very bad way-the one thing Willy wants to control is Harry and if possible his wife and children-Harry not bending to his will is causing these fits of anger-His father Charles needs to put Willy in some type of therapy before this ceremony occurs-I would hate hear William went down to Frogmore cottage and caused a scene in Harry’s own living space-Willy sees Harry as his subject who is disobeying him.

  79. This sad man Wootton is describing himself exactly “catatonic with rage.” This is projection. He and William deserve each other.