Prince Harry says goodbye to the royal family by admitting to a breakup, sex and drugs
Prince Harry has reportedly decided to say goodbye to the royal family with his revelations about royal divisions, sex and drug use.
The Duke, with his claims in distressing memoirs, deeply hurt his brother Prince William and his father King Charles III, casting doubt on his future as a member of the British Royal Family.
A close friend of the Prince of Wales recalled that “revenge is not how William rolls”, according to the Times.
The friend said it was cruel, cowardly and sad to ‘see William continuing to take hits’, adding that despite his silence, Kate’s husband was ‘burning’ inside over his brother’s accusations.
Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby, who interviewed Charles in 1994 when the then Prince of Wales admitted to having an affair, said he was “puzzled” by Harry’s decision to publish a book.
Jonathan believes King Charles is ‘extremely pained’ and ‘very frustrated’ by the situation and ‘would be very anxious to put an end to it’.
The book written by a ghost of the 38-year-old prince, Spare, has been widely leaked after it accidentally went on sale in Spain ahead of the official publication date.
The details, shared by multiple outlets after obtaining Harry’s copy of the book, include an allegation that William attacked him during an argument over his wife Meghan; an account of how he lost his virginity; an admission of drug use; and a claim that he killed 25 people while serving in Afghanistan.
Another expert claimed the monarch has decided to cut all ties with Harry and Meghan. An insider has revealed King Charles is considering closing the palace doors to Harry and Meghan after the couple admitted to taking drugs and having sex.