Bye to brotherly love.
Prince Harry is defending the comments he made calling attention to his brother Prince William’s “alarming” baldness in his forthcoming memoir, “Spare.”
The Duke of Sussex, 38, appeared on “60 Minutes” Sunday night and spoke to Anderson Cooper about his contentious relationship with his older brother, 40.
Cooper read the beginning of “Spare,” in which Prince Harry makes a dig at Prince William’s hair loss, and called it “cutting.”
“I don’t see it as cutting at all,” the Invictus Games founder replied.
“My brother and I love each other. I love him deeply.”
The royal also told Cooper that there’s been “a lot of pain” between the brothers — “especially the last six years” — and that they no longer speak regularly.
In “Spare,” Prince Harry describes the moment following the funeral of their grandfather, Prince Philip, when he noticed how his sibling’s physical appearance had changed in recent years.
“I looked at Willy, really looked at him, maybe for the first time since we were boys. I took it all in: his familiar scowl, which had always been his default in dealings with me, his alarming baldness, more advanced than my own; his famous resemblance to Mummy, which was fading with time,” Harry writes.
The palace told Page Six it would not be commenting on any allegations made in the bombshell book, which is officially out on Tuesday.