The Prince of Wales is expected to be most the upset and "wound up" by a shocking claim about the Princess of Wales in a new royal book, according to insiders.

The book, Endgame by royal biographer Omid Scobie, suggests that Prince William put his loyalty to the monarchy before his relationship with his younger brother, Prince Harry.

The book, which was published on 28 November, also suggests that William leaked information about Harry and Meghan Markle. Many supporters of William have accused the author of spreading conspiracy theories presented as facts.

However, one shocking claim in particular about the Princess of Wales is expected to really rile the future King.

Despite the Princess launching her biggest projects to date with respect to her work in the field of early years development, the book suggests that Kate is too frightened to do anything beyond posing for photos.

In an interview, Omid also said that Kate gets praised for minor achievements that wouldn't be recognised if done by other Royals.

He suggested to the Sunday Times that the public and the media treat Kate like a child, so expectations are always low. He added that she is often portrayed as a woman who is too scared to do anything more than smile for the cameras.

A source close to Prince William shared with the Daily Mail: "That will really wind William up. He's immensely proud of what his wife has achieved. The princess has been the driving force behind a great deal of their work, particularly when it comes to bettering mental health."

OK! has approached Kensington Palace for comment.

Endgame is set to hit the shelves today and Amazon describes it as "a penetrating investigation into the current state of the British monarchy".

The book's blurb continues: "An unpopular king, a power-hungry heir to the throne, a queen willing to go to dangerous lengths to preserve her image, and a prince forced to start a new life after being betrayed by his own family."

In this new book, Omid, co-author of the Sussexes' biography Finding Freedom, aims to "pull back the curtain on an institution in turmoil" and "show what the monarchy must change in order to survive". Endgame carries the subtitle "Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy's Fight for Survival".

Publisher HarperCollins previously teased that the book will "have the world talking", while Mr Scobie promised it will expose moments the royals should be "ashamed of".

Chapter titles include: Shaky Ground: The Queen is Dead, the Monarchy Faces Trouble, The Fall of Prince Andrew: Scandal, Shame and Silencing Jane Doe, Race and the Royals: Institutional Bigotry and Denial, Gloves On: Prince William, Heir to the Throne, and Gloves Off: Prince Harry, Man on a Mission.

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