Prince Harry crosses King Charles’ ‘red line’ despite warnings
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, has seemingly crossed King Charles’ ‘red line’ despite warnings as he opened up about his relationship with his mother-in-law Queen Consort Camilla.
Prince Harry has called Camilla a “bad guy” who “swapped information” in a bid to rehabilitate her image.
The Duke opened up about his relationship with Camilla, who married her father King Charles in 2005 – in a new US TV interview to promote his memoir Spare in which he calls Camilla “dangerous”.
During his conversation with 60 minutes host Anderson Cooper, Harry said: “She was the bad guy. She was the third person in [Charles’ marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales] … She needed to rehabilitate her image.”
Additionally, in his memoirs, the prince wrote that after Diana’s death, Camilla “began to play the long game: a campaign for marriage and eventually the crown.”
Details have emerged in the media of private conversations which “could only have been leaked” by Camilla, Harry alleged.
Prince Harry was warned that Queen Consort Camilla was King Charles’ ‘red line’ and ‘if Harry ransacks her, Charles might pull the plug, and Harry knows that.’