January 28, 2023

“(It was) obscene, extremely unfair, because I was busy having children and raising a family. (Kate was pregnant again.) Furthermore, he was still in debt to Pa, who controlled the strings of the stock market.

Harry said that William “did everything Daddy wanted him to do”, which “sometimes that wasn’t much, because Daddy and Camilla didn’t want Willy and Kate to get a lot of publicity.”

King Charles was jealous of his attention: Prince William and Kate.Credit:access point

“Dad and Camilla didn’t want Willy and Kate to divert attention away from them or their causes. They had openly scolded Willy many times,” she said.

“Case in point: Dad’s press officer chastised Willy’s team when Kate was scheduled to visit a tennis club the same day Dad had an engagement.

“Wills told me that both he and Kate felt trapped and unfairly persecuted by the press and by Pa and Camilla.”

On sale: A sign announces the opening at midnight of a shop to sell Prince Harry’s new book called ‘Spare’ in London.Credit:access point

He wrote that the press had also turned on his brother several times after he denied them “unrestricted access to his family.”

“He had repeatedly refused to put Kate out as a prized racehorse, and that was considered a bridge too far,” he said.

“Then he had the temerity to go out and give a vaguely anti-Brexit speech, which really riled them up. Brexit was her bread and butter. How dare you suggest that it was bullshit?

He writes that despite Camilla’s role in the breakdown of her parents’ marriage, they “didn’t blame her” and the siblings “gladly forgive her because she can make Daddy happy.”

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Harry paints a fascinating portrait of his father, who constantly refers to his son as “my darling boy” but frustrates him by refusing to confront the press over his treatment of Meghan.

Haunted: Prince Charles, left, in Gordonstoun, Scotland, in 1962.

Haunted: Prince Charles, left, in Gordonstoun, Scotland, in 1962.

It also sheds new light on the king’s hard times at Gordonstoun Scottish boarding school, where he had been “persecuted as a child” after his grandparents decided the then-heir to the throne had to be toughened up.

“He was terribly bullied,” Harry writes. “The most likely victims of the Gordonstoun thugs were creative types, sensitive types, bookish types, in other words Pa. His best qualities for which he was hit hard. I remember him muttering ‘I almost didn’t survive’”.

Harry said that during his youth, his father stood on his head every day in his underpants to combat the pain in his neck and back from years of playing polo.

Camilla, the queen consort, is seen as a

Camilla, the queen consort, is seen as a “villain”, but William and Harry want their father to be happy. Credit:access point

“If you put a little finger on the doorknob you hear it barking from the other side ‘no, no, don’t open, please don’t go in,’” he writes.

“I staged them every day with just a pair of boxer shorts propped against the door or hanging from a bar like a skilled acrobat.”

Harry said in an interview in the United States on Monday that he believed the monarchy should continue but there was only a place for it in the 21st century if it was modernized, claiming the royals had missed a “great” opportunity to modernize the monarchy by through what Meghan stood for. a biracial woman.

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“It’s what she told me from the beginning, representation,” he said.

“And I, as a privileged white man, didn’t really understand what he was talking about.”

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