Prince Harry and his juicy yet lyrical memoir is breaking the internet ever since its release. The book came out with some unexpected truth bombs on the Royal Family which were never heard of. Starting from the explosive physical altercation with his brother to all the Ill deeds of the Queen Consort, he said it all. Twitter was divided the entire time with heated fans of both parties at an all-time high. However, it seems like the Duke just gave the fault finders a chance to point a finger at his work.
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Upon its release, people have been quite surprised about the number of sensitive incidents that the Prince touched upon. Starting from his mother’s divorce, and the advances of Camila in the marriage to all the way talking about his uncle’s sex scandal, he said it all. However, another much saddening tragedy that found its place in the Prince’s book was the Queen Mother, Elizabeth. The Prince stated certain facts about the same mishap. Nonetheless, media houses have some bones to pick from it.
Prince Harry makes a factual blunder in Spare
Queen Elizabeth II once said, “Certain recollections may vary,” and the same has held true for almost all matters regarding the Royal Family. As of now, Prince Harry is facing some downright factual error accusations in his memoir. The Duke mentioned that back in 2002, he was at Eton School when he learned about his great-grandmother’s death through a phone call. “Your Royal Highness, the Queen Mother has died,” were the words that Harry recalls from the “bright and warm” Easter morning of March.
However, GBNews in its exclusive publication doubted Prince Harry’s ability to accurately narrate the tragic story. “The then 17-year-old was not even in the United Kingdom,” said the article based upon reports from that time. They further claimed that the juvenile Prince was, in fact, skiing in the snow-covered lands of Switzerland. Not only he, but his elder brother, Prince William, and their father the now Monarch, King Charles had apparently taken some private time off The Firm’s daily schedule.
British sources which covered the trio skiing in the snowy slopes of Klosters, Switzerland confirm that the three were present in the claimed spot at the time the Queen mother passed away in her sleep. In fact, proving the tabloids correct for the first time, image details of Alamy Stock Photos confirm that the pictures of the father and his sons date back to the one day prior to the Queen’s mother’s death.
What do you think of Prince Harry’s faulty recollections in his memoir? Can you further believe whatever is written in the book? Let us know in the comments below.