Sexual encounters, drug use, conflicts, and murder are all covered in Harry’s recently released book.
Although Prince Harry’s book “Spare” isn’t officially released until next week, the Spanish translation accidentally released this past Thursday caused a media frenzy.
Media outlets in Britain pored through copies of the book that had been hastily pulled off stores in Spain once they learned of its existence and the potential ramifications for the country’s most illustrious family.
The US version of The Guardian newspaper broke the international ban on the book on Wednesday night after it disclosed it had seen a copy and published crucial portions from the book.
Among them is the fiery argument between Harry and his elder brother Prince William in which Harry reportedly suffered bodily harm due to William’s jealousy of his wife, Meghan, in 2019.
In addition, he reveals that he was informed of his mother Princess Diana’s 1997 car accident death by a lady with “powers,” and that he subsequently got a message from his mother after her death.
Harry also discusses his tense relationship with his father, King Charles III, and how he and William begged their uncle not to marry his longtime lover, Camilla Parker Bowles.
His cocaine usage as a kid, his “humiliating” experience losing his virginity to an older lady in a field outside a bar, and his time spent as a soldier seeking Taliban fanatics are all discussed.
His service as an Apache assault helicopter pilot in Afghanistan resulted in the deaths of 25 individuals, which is acknowledged in the remembrance.
“It’s not a figure that fills me with happiness, but nor does it disgrace me,” he said, comparing accomplishing his goals to removing “chess pieces” off a board.
Given that William has previously voiced anxiety about the potential removal of his state-funded security upon his transfer to the United States with Meghan in 2020, this frank admission may increase already-present worries about his safety.
The immediate attention, however, was on the worsening of his rivalry with Prince William, 40, the heir apparent, and on the question of whether or not their relationship and the relationship with his extended family could be healed.
In the film, Harold plays a recurring character.
After William dubbed Meghan “difficult,” “rude,” and “aggressive,” Harry wrote, “the battle was on.”
After Harry and Meghan’s wedding in 2019, rumours have circulated that William tackled his younger brother during an argument.
According to The Guardian, citing from the book: “He grabbed me by the collar, shredding my necklace, and he knocked me to the floor.”
When I fell, my back burst open on the dog dish, and the sharp shards dug into my skin.
As a result, Harry ordered William to depart. William “seemed remorseful and apologetic,” Harry recounted, as quoted in the newspaper.
The story goes that William turned and called back, telling them they “didn’t need to tell Meg about this.”
Harry: “You mean that you assaulted me?”
William, or “Willy” as Harry called him, said, “I didn’t assault you, Harold.” Henry is William’s real first name.
Struggle and Suffering
Both in TV appearances and in a recent six-part Netflix documentary, Harry and Meghan, a mixed-race former TV actress, have launched a barrage of salvos at his family.
The book will be released next week, and this weekend will see a string of interviews broadcast in the United Kingdom and the United States.
While Charles, 74, is scheduled to be crowned in May, Harry has said that he is not 100% committed to attending.
A snippet of his interview with ITV will appear on Sunday night, and he stated, “There’s a lot that can happen between now and then.”
“The onus of proof now rests on them. Lots of stuff has to be spoken about. I hope they can find time to sit down and speak about it.”
Upon the passing of his father, Prince Philip, in April 2021, Charles reportedly begged his sons to put a stop to their dispute in an article published in The Guardian.
Harry’s father pleaded with his sons, “Please, guys.” Do not make my old age a living hell.
Presentation of Information
Harry told ITV that he still has faith in the monarchy, but that he is unsure of his role in its future.
Even though he has spoken out against media intrusions, he was questioned whether he was doing the same thing by discussing the problems in his own family.
Those who “don’t want to believe” or “don’t comprehend” would say that his “family have been briefing the press,” he said.
Although the most recent assertions were the subject of much online and on-air discussion in London, they were met with considerable scepticism.
Catherine Doherty, a 63-year-old secretary, told AFP, “I’m simply weary of it all.” I can’t count the number of times he’s had to repeat himself.