Royal staffers are said to be “furious” over the shocking revelations about Prince Harry’s clash with his brother, Prince William.
Omid Scobie’s new book “Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival” — out Nov. 28 — detailed how Harry and William, the heir to the throne, feuded as their late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, was taking her final breaths.
Palace insiders tore into Scobie’s claims that William “ignored” his brother’s desperate calls as he raced to be at the Queen’s bedside in Balmoral last September.
“It appears no matter what happens behind closed doors, even in a time of such pain and grief, that where the royal family are concerned it will one day emerge,” a royal insider told the Mirror.
“Nothing is off limits with William and Kate appearing to be this author’s number one target. It only takes a few months for the knives to come out again and the wounds to be opened up.”
In an excerpt of his book, Scobie alleges that Harry was “kept in the dark” about the Queen’s health in the hours before she died — a claim that royal courtiers have reportedly shut down.
“Harry sent a text message to his brother asking how he and Kate planned to get to Scotland and whether they could travel together. No response,” Scobie wrote. “William ignored him. He clearly didn’t want to see his brother.”
Scobie, who boasts a professional friendship with Meghan Markle, claimed there’s “no proof” that Charles phoned his son during the Queen’s final moments, as previously believed.
Scobie, who previously released a biography on the Sussexes titled “Finding Freedom,” said Harry, 39, and Meghan, 42, had “no idea” that the royals were preparing for Her Majesty’s death last year.
“By the next morning, the Sussexes had no idea that Buckingham Palace was already planning for the Queen’s final hours and the first days of the monarchy’s new era — until the duke’s phone started ringing. An unknown number. He usually ignored those,” Scobie wrote.
The author said the Sussexes, who got their own flights to Balmoral, learned of the Queen’s death from a public announcement mid-flight.
“The Palace claimed Charles tried to call Harry (sources later told me there was never any proof of this),” he wrote.
The book notes that Meghan told Harry to pick up the phone, but just as he was to accept the incoming call, “it stopped” ringing.
“Harry hadn’t spoken to his father much that year, but this was not the time for any father-and-son tension,” Scobie wrote. “Charles told him he and Camilla were about to leave Dumfries House for Balmoral, where Princess Anne was already by the Queen’s side.”
“He told Harry to make his way to Scotland immediately,” he added.
The Post has reached out to Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace for comment.