The most startling revelations in Prince Harry’s autobiography “Spare” (Spare also means “spare”), which is due to be released on January 10, concern relations within the royal family. These days, the British newspaper “The Guardian” published excerpts from it in advance.
Details of its contents were also made public by its Spanish-language edition.
According to an article in the New York Post, Harry recalled that one of his father’s “best jokes in the repertoire” was asking if anyone knew if he was really the Prince of Wales and if he was really his father.
“He laughed and laughed, although it wasn’t funny at all, given the rumor going around at the time that my real father was one of Mum’s former lovers, Major James Hewitt,” the Duke of Sussex recalled. According to him, one of the reasons for this rumor was his red hair, and the other – “manifestations of sadism”.
Prince Harry’s book reveals his inner struggle to come to terms with the death of his mother, Princess Diana, his experiences during his military service when he killed 25 Taliban in Afghanistan and his conflicts with the media. Harry and his brother, Crown Prince William, begged their father Prince Charles not to marry Camilla, who is now Queen Consort, the second son of the British king also revealed.