Significant facts from Prince Harry’s memoir

Prince William and Prince Harry claim that they “begged” their father not to wed Queen Consort Camilla London. The official release of Prince Harry‘s memoir “Spare” is next week, but a significant portion of its substance has already been revealed in British and American media.

Here are some of the noteworthy specifics.


During a dispute over his wife Meghan, Harry says that his older brother Prince William attacked him.

According to The Guardian, he describes being knocked to the ground after being seized by the collar and having his jewelry ripped off.

“I landed on the dog’s bowl, which broke beneath me and sliced me with its pieces. After lying there momentarily in a trance, I stood up and urged him to leave.”


William is described by Harry as his “loving brother and arch-nemesis.”

In an interview that will appear on US television’s “Good Morning America” on Monday, he claimed that there has “always been this bizarre competitiveness between us.”


He went on to say, “I think that really plays into or is played by, the heir/spare” (problem), alluding to his customarily decreased royal status in comparison to William, who is first in line to the throne.


Following the funeral of his father, Prince Philip, in April 2021, the brothers’ father, King Charles III, appealed to his sons to put an end to their fighting.

“Boys, kindly. Do not make my remaining years miserable, “The memoir states that he told them.
Harry adds that rather than serving as a means of reconciliation, the “secret meeting” was more akin to a duel.

According to Harry, his father “was looking at me with an attitude that said,’ me neither'” while William said he was ignorant of the reason Harry had isolated himself in the United States.

Stupid Joke

Harry adds that Charles used to make fun of the possibility that he wasn’t actually his father.

“Who can say for sure if I’m the Prince of Wales? I may not even be your real father; who knows?”

The New York Post reports that Harry is a writer.

Given the rumor that my real father, Major James Hewitt, was one of Mummy’s former lovers at the time, he would continue to chuckle despite the fact that the joke was extraordinarily unfunny.
He observes that “my mother didn’t meet Major Hewitt until long after I was born.”

Spare and Heir

In the book, Harry describes his father’s joy at Diana having a so-called “spare” child in 1984.

According to reports, Charles allegedly told his wife that with Harry’s arrival, she had now given him both an heir and a spare and that his task was complete.


Harry claims he and William “begged” their father not to wed Camilla, the Queen Consort, with whom Charles was having an affair while they were still living with their mother.

He says the brothers promised not to obstruct Charles’ relationship with her but begged that they avoid getting married.

Harry describes how it was like getting an “injection” when he first saw Camilla in his account of the encounter.

He recalls thinking, “I remember wondering… if she would be terrible to me; if she would be like all the wicked stepmothers in the stories.


Being “ready to try nearly anything that would disturb the pre-established order,” Harry admits to using cocaine on many occasions when he was a teenager.

But he continues: “Although it wasn’t particularly enjoyable or made me particularly joyful, as it seems to do for others, it did make me feel unique, and that was the major goal. to arouse. being distinctive”

Mother is here with you

Since relocating to California, Harry has sought assistance from a woman who “claimed to have powers” and the capacity to communicate with the deceased.

While the Duke of Sussex did not label her as a medium or psychic, he does write that he noticed “an energy around her” as soon as they first met.

He claims the woman told him, “Your mother is with you… right now.” According to Harry, his eyes started to become wet and his neck started to warm up.

“She couldn’t live the life you’re leading. The life she wanted for you is the life you’re living “said she. (AFP)

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