Prince William doesn't seem happy about his little brother spilling all the royal tea to Oprah Winfrey.
The 38-year-old Duke of Cambridge was photographed for the first time since Prince Harry spoke about his own drug and alcohol use which he claimed he used as a crutch after their mother Princess Diana's death because he had no one in the family to talk to.
William emerged for the first time on Friday, just hours after Harry dropped explosive "truth bombs" about their family.
The dad of three attempted to put on a brave face but looked stoic and upset during his appearance at the Spartans FC's Ainslie Park Stadium in Edinburgh this afternoon.
Wearing a burgundy sweater and his beloved navy puffer jacket, William got the hell out of Dodge -- escaping London for his scheduled Scotland tour.
William completed his royal duties despite all eyes being on him following his brother's tell-all.
As Radar reported, Harry opened up about drugs, alcohol, panic attacks, and accused his family of "neglect" when his wife Meghan Markle was having suicidal thoughts and needed help.
The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex did not hold back, revealing that he hopes "speaking his truth" will help "reconciliation and healing" within the royal family.
In his Apple TV+ show, The Me You Can't See -- which he co-produced with Oprah -- Harry talks about suffering early trauma after his mother died in 1997.
He was just weeks shy of his 13th birthday when Princess Diana passed away in a car accident while in Paris.
"I was willing to drink, I was willing to take drugs, I was willing to try and do the things that made me feel less like I was feeling,” he told Oprah.
He pointed fingers at his family, saying he used the substances to mask how he was feeling because he had no one to talk to.
“I wasn’t in an environment where it was encouraged to talk about it either, that was sort of, like, squashed," he explained.
Harry also revealed his royal duties caused him to have panic attacks.
"Every time I put a suit and tie on and having to do the role and sort of like go, ‘Let’s go.’ Before I even left the house, I was pouring with sweat, my heart rate was … I was in fight-or-flight mode. Panic attacks, severe anxiety — so 28 to probably 32 was a nightmare time in my life, freaking out,” he said.
William and Harry have been at odds for sometime now.
They couldn't mend their differences when Harry traveled back to London for Prince Philip's funeral -- something Harry admitted he was "afraid" to do.