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Prince Harry’s past looks set to haunt him again


The self-confessed ‘biggest mistake’ in Prince Harry’s life would be recreated in the upcoming sixth season of Netflix’s royal drama The Crown.

In the final season of The Crown, the Duke of Sussex character would appear wearing a Nazi uniform to recreate the Duke’s blunder. A Netflix insider, in an interview, revealed.

The moment, which Prince Harry previously called ‘one of the biggest mistakes of my life’, was the night Harry, then 20, attended an ‘indigenous and colonial’ themed fancy dress party. where he dressed as a member of Rommel’s Afrika Korps.

The ill-advised suit saw King Charles’ youngest son wear a red armband marked with the swastika symbol on his arm, a choice which saw a news outlet publish the headline ‘Harry the Nazi’ two days later in January 2005.

Following reports in 2005, the royal family quickly issued an apology on behalf of the young prince, who rarely spoke publicly about the incident until recently.

At that point, Harry said briefly, “I’ve learned my lesson. I’m so sorry if I’ve offended anyone. I’d like to put it in the past now. What’s done is done. I’m sorry. sorry. Maybe it was a sign of my own immaturity. Something like that, I would never do it again. It was a stupid thing to do.

It was alluded to more recently during his six-part docuseries and Meghan on the streaming service where the Duke described his ‘shame’ for the suit.

Harry, in the docuseries, called the moment “one of the biggest mistakes” of his life. He said: “It was probably one of the biggest mistakes of my life. I was so ashamed afterwards. All I wanted was to fix things.”

“It was one of the most shameful incidents of Harry’s life and one he finally addressed in December. Older generations will remember the story and photo of ‘Harry the Nazi’ from The Sun , but this final installment in Harry’s life might be news to many young Netflix viewers,” a Netflix insider told The Sun.

“More recently, Harry made statements about racism in the UK and unconscious bias in the royal family on Netflix. It’s quite ironic that Netflix is ​​the one bringing up this incident,” they added.

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