Prince Harry’s Spare book is already raising many doubts
Many points are already questioned by readers, royal experts and those present
Among these big doubts is the question about Queen Camilla and the death of the Queen Mother in March 2022
In his book Spare, Prince Harry, 38, makes many serious and heartbreaking allegations. Some claims are such that they have puzzled readers. Remember that after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s shock interview with Oprah Winfrey, Queen Elizabeth II said that “memories may vary”. This 407-page book might be another example of that variation. After all, many points of the contents of this book raise serious doubts, according to Mirror.
The first point reconsidered by readers, royal experts and even those present at the time regarding Queen Camilla. Indeed, the wife of King Charles III would have disclosed information about her very first meeting with Prince William to the press. However, it would seem that it was an assistant, whom Camilla Parker Bowles had hired in all confidentiality in 1998, who had leaked the information. Moreover, this assistant apologized and left her post in the face of this situation.
Prince Harry was not in the UK in March 2002
In his book, the Duke of Sussex also recalls the moment when he learned of the death of his great-grandmother, the Queen Mother, in March 2002. He notably claimed that he was at his school in Eton when he got the call. Only, reports say that at the time, the then 17-year-old prince was not even in the UK. He had gone skiing in Switzerland with his father, King Charles III, and his brother, Prince William. A statement from the King at the time said he planned to return to the UK as soon as possible and Prince Harry was pictured on his return a day later, says Mirror. “In Eton, while I was studying, I took a call. I wish I could remember the voice that was on the other end; that of a courtier, I believe,” Archie’s father wrote and Lilibet in Spare.
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