Despite an attempt at rapprochement with a call to wish “happy birthday” to his father, who turned 75 on November 14, the relationship between Prince Harry and King Charles III still needs to settle some points. The monarch’s youngest son will want to know exactly about the episode in which he was called “silly” by members of the royal family.
The insult would have happened after the publication of his memoir and the launch of his documentary series. The judgment of relatives and, in particular, of the monarch in relation to Harry was revealed by a source linked to the Windsors in a statement to the new book by English biographer Omid Scobie. The work is titled ‘Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and the Monarchy’s Fight for Survival’ (‘Ultimatum: Inside the fight for survival of the Royal Family and the monarchy’, in live translation).
The documentary series “Harry & Meghan” was launched in December 2022 and a month later, “What Remains”, Harry’s memoir, arrived on the market. According to Omid Scobie, shortly after the two releases, in conversations with his family, the monarch began to refer to his youngest son as “that fool” because of the criticism made by the prince.
According to Newsweek magazine, in an excerpt from Scobie’s book, the author reports: “If before he [o rei] he just didn’t talk to anyone about his son [Harry]he went on to openly criticize him as ‘that fool.'” In the new book, Scobie suggests that the prince is “ready to forget” his feud with the royal family and that Harry and Meghan keep King Charles III updated on his life family member, sending him photos of their children: Archie, four, and Lilibet, two.
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