One by one, the scandalous revelations of Prince Harry in his book ‘Spare’

The world and the British royal family are barely recovering from the scandal that the Sussexes created with their Netflix documentary, harry & meghanwith which they revealed details of how the Windsor Mountbatten behaved since the prince and the actress began their relationship, until they renounced being senior members of royalty to take refuge in the United States.

Now, Harry returns to generate an atmosphere of concern and tension among his family with the announcement of the release of his memoirs, an autobiographical book called Sparewhich will go on sale on January 10 and promises a series of scandalous statements, accusations and revelations that will not leave “a puppet with a head” among the royal family.

According to what is known up to now by means such as the Online Mail Y the sun, Harry pleaded with his father not to marry Camila Parker as he feared she would become his “evil stepmother”.

“I remember wondering (…) if she would be cruel to me, if she would be like all the evil stepmothers in the stories.”

Harry also made a comparison to the moment he met Camila, saying it was like getting a shot. “Close your eyes and you won’t even feel it”Harry wrote in his book according to the named media.

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Harry talks in his book about the Taliban who killed Afghanistan, killing 25 in total. “I don’t think of them as people,” he says. – Photo: Getty Images

Another thing the duke said was that he was too young to notice his father’s affair with the woman who is now queen consort, but that his brother William had suspected it. “They confused and tormented him (…). When they confirmed it, he felt terrible remorse for not having said or done anything sooner,” Prince Harry wrote, according to The Sun. Also, the Online Mail He quoted a passage that says: “Willy had been suspicious of the other woman for a long time.”

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Camila Parker is now queen consort following the death of Elizabeth II. – Photo: UK Press via Getty Images

A revelation that Harry made is that in his youth he used cocaine, “I was a 17-year-old boy willing to try almost anything that would upset the established order (…). At least, that’s what he was trying to convince me of.

In addition, he also tells in his book Spare that he sees his brother William as an “archenemy”. The prince gave an interview in Good Morning America from abc and the presenter asked him about a fragment of his writing where he spoke of the Duke of Cambridge, “There has always been this competition between us, strangely. I think it really plays or always plays into the “heir and the spare” mechanic, Harry said.

Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, London.  (Yui Mok/Pool Photo via AP)
Princess Diana’s children were in her tribute. – Photo: PA

And as if that were not enough, Harry talks in his biography about the physical aggression he received from his own brother. According to The Guardian, it all happened during a discussion about his wife, Meghan Markle, in 2019, where William called the duchess as rude, difficult and abrasive.

An investigation into allegations of bullying by Meghan Markle against royal family staff has led to a change in human resources policy, but the details will not be released, according to a senior family source.  (Photo by Matt Dunham/POOL/AFP)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have already revealed several facts about the royal family. – Photo: AFP

“He grabbed me by the neck, broke my necklace and threw me to the ground. I landed in the dog bowl, which cracked under my back, the pieces cutting me. I stood there for a moment, in a daze, then I stood up and told her to come out,” he recounted. And even though his sister goaded him into hitting her back, then he reacted and realized what was happening so he apologized to Harry.

Lastly, while the prince was on duty in Afghanistan, he killed 25 people. It should be noted that he was there twice, once between 2007 and 2008 and another between 2012 and 2013.

“I made it a point, from day one, never to go to bed wondering if I had done the right thing…if I had shot at Taliban and only Taliban, with no civilians in the immediate vicinity. I wanted to go back to the UK with all my limbs, but more than that I wanted to go home with a clear conscience,” Harry wrote in his memoir, according to the Telegraph.