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William publicly responds to Harry claims for first time

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Well-wishers urged Prince William and Kate to “keep going” as the couple resumed royal duties just two days after Prince Harry’s explosive memoir – with William appearing to respond for the first time to the devastating claims as he replied: “I will.”

The Prince and Princess of Wales received a very warm welcome to the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital on Thursday, appearing in public after the Duke accused his brother of physically assaulting him, and Kate of a series of spats with his wife, Meghan.

Among the crowds was patient Sylvia Staniford, 81, who gripped William’s hand tightly and said: “Keep going, keep going. Scousers love you.”

William smiled at her warmly and replied: “Yes, I will.”

Mrs Staniford said afterwards: “Of course that was a reference to Harry. He knew what I was talking about.”

According to HELLO!, as the couple got out of their car as they arrived, someone was heard asking: “Were you hurt by the comments in Harry’s book, Sir?”

However, it was not clear whether the Prince of Wales heard, and he did not reply.

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