The wife of a future monarch must give birth to “an heir and a spare”.
Prince Harry would be the “spare” or the “spare part” of the story.
In his book Spare, the Duke of Sussex, 38, reveals the meaning of his existence.
Prince Harry is said to have been born to be the organ donor of his older brother, Prince William. Of all the Duke of Sussex’s revelations in his memoir, Spare, this is surely one of the most astonishing. King Charles III’s youngest son said in his book, released January 10, 2023, he was born to gift an organ should anything bad happen to Prince William, Prince of Wales, 40, the Daily Mail reports. What’s worse is that Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, 38, is said to have been aware of this unfortunate design from an early age.
“I was born in case something happened to Willy,” Meghan Markle’s husband said in his book. Prince Harry says he grew up knowing he was born to donate a kidney to Prince William or to have a blood transfusion. In his book with multiple shattering revelations, Prince Harry describes his life in a dark way. Indeed, the Duke of Sussex claims to see it as a “mission to provide a source of distraction, entertainment and, when needed, a spare room”. Prince Harry was there to donate his kidney or bone marrow if needed.
Prince Harry: Charles III would have considered the Duke of Sussex as a spare part from birth
In his book, the dad of Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, explains how this idea of ”heir” – Prince William – and “spare part” had been reinforced throughout his life. According to Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, this idea would have been “clearly presented” to him from an early age. Moreover, Prince Harry also returns to this supposed declaration of his father, King Charles III, at his birth. Charles III is said to have confessed to Princess Diana: “Wonderful! You have already given me an heir and a spare; I have done my job”.
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