King Charles ‘scared’ of Prince Harry amid ‘Spare’ attacks
King Charles thinks his son Prince Harry has ‘barely scratched the surface’ in his explosive memoir Spare, and fears what he might reveal next.
The explosive book by the Duke of Sussex was released on January 10 and made headlines with its inflammatory revelations and claims about members of the royal family, including Prince William and King Charles. Shortly after, in a promotional interview, Harry claimed he had enough material for a second book.
Commenting on this in The daily mailroyal expert Tom Bower said: “No one knows better than Charles that Harry has barely scratched the surface when it comes to his tumultuous marriage to Diana, his rocky relationship with his own parents and his adulterous relationship with Camilla.”
“The beleaguered King knows he has good reason to fear his son,” Bower continued, adding: “Too often…Harry has been left in the care of his nanny at Highgrove while his father pursued his own interests or was tucked away in another house with Camilla.”
“The chickens, Harry might say, have now come home to roost,” Bower concluded.
The comments come after Prince Harry, in his book, claimed King Charles, at Prince Philip’s funeral in 2021, told him and Prince William to resolve their feud, saying: ‘S’ please, boys, don’t make my last years a misery.”