Jimmy Kimmel pokes fun at Harry and William’s ‘fight’ in a hilarious skit
Jimmy Kimmel has satirized William and Harry in a hilarious skit that features two actors dressed as princes arguing in a kitchen.
The sketch pokes fun at an alleged row Harry describes in his bombastic memoir Spare, which was leaked five days before its January 10 release in Spain.
Harry claimed the argument over Meghan ended with William grabbing his collar and throwing him to the ground, smashing a dog bowl. He claims his back was scraped and injured after the fight at his London home, Nottingham Cottage.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel gave his take on the fight in a skit titled “Two Princes: A True Story.” Warning: The clip contains explicit language.
Jimmy Kimmel has satirized William and Harry in a hilarious skit that features two actors dressed as princes arguing in a kitchen. ‘William’ is pictured in the sketch
“He came up to me and we fought,” reads a voiceover, quoting from Spare, as the two start arguing and hitting each other with their eyes closed
“I landed on the dog bowl, which broke under my back, the pieces cut into me,” he continues as William twirls the necklace and the dog bowl shatters into pieces
Actors playing the Duke of Sussex and the Prince of Wales dress up as pop legend Prince in velvety robes and purple feather boas as they reenact excerpts from the memoir.
‘Prince William’ shakes his hair dramatically as the fight begins, calling Harry a ‘w***er’.
“He came up to me, and we fought,” reads a voiceover that quotes Spare as the two start arguing, punching each other with their eyes closed.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel gave his interpretation of the fight in a skit titled “Two Princes: A True Story”
When Harry says he got William to face the music, the actor pulls out a purple guitar and starts playing a riff with a pouty expression on his face while William covers his ears in pain
“I landed on the dog bowl, which broke under my back, the pieces cut into me,” he continues as William twirls the necklace and the dog bowl shatters into pieces.
When Harry says he got William to face the music, the actor pulls out a purple guitar and starts playing a riff with a pouty expression on his face while William covers his ears in pain.
The clip zooms in on a 2018 calendar with a picture of the Queen as the fight continues.
At the end, the two princes bow to the cameras and laugh as flowers are thrown at them and the curtains are drawn.
But Twitter users were divided over the clip. While some found it “hilarious,” others said they couldn’t overlook the “sad situation” of the brothers’ fractured relationship.
The kitchen of Nottingham Cottage where Harry claims his brother grabbed his collar and threw him to the ground, smashing a dog bowl
Some Twitter users found the clip “hilarious,” while others said they couldn’t get over the “sad situation” of the brothers’ broken relationship.
Harry also spoke about the falling out with William in an interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby, which will air on Sunday.
In a newly released clip from the interview with Harry, the Duke said his brother was so frustrated during the incident that he saw “red mist in him”.
“He wanted me to hit him back, but I decided against it,” he said of his brother. In the clip released today, Harry told Mr Bradby: “What was different here was the level of frustration and I’m talking about the red fog that I’ve had for so many years and I saw that red fog in him.”
The Guardian, which first reported the dispute, said it was able to obtain a copy of the book despite strict security measures surrounding its publication.
The book also showed:
The Duke of Sussex has opened up about the alleged confrontation between himself and the Prince of Wales in an interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby
It follows the Sussexes’ six-part Netflix series Harry & Meghan, which released last month.
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have both declined to comment on anything Harry said on TV or in his book. But an insider told the Times: “It’s exhausting, it’s annoying, but it’s not distracting. It will burn itself out.’
The king also told Bradby he wanted to be reconciled with his family – something he says couldn’t happen without “some responsibilities”.
He adds: “The truth was supposedly at the moment there’s only one side of the story, right? But every story has two sides.”
The show, titled Harry: The Interview, airs Sunday at 9pm on ITV1 and ITX.
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