Prince Harry killed 25 people while serving in Afghanistan

”One of the most important things I learned in the army is that I am responsible for my own actions. So my number: 25”, according to Sky News, Harry writes in his memoirs.

London/Madrid. According to a report, Britain’s Prince Harry killed 25 people as a soldier in Afghanistan. “One of the most important things I learned in the army is that I am responsible for my own actions. So my number: 25,” Harry writes in his memoirs, according to Sky News, referring to the number of his killed in his operations in Afghanistan.

“It wasn’t something that made me happy, but it wasn’t anything that I was ashamed of either.” The broadcaster obtained a copy of the unpublished book and, like many other British media, quoted it on Thursday. “Of course I would have preferred not to have that number on my military record or in my head, but I would also have preferred to live in a world without the Taliban, in a world without war.” Even as a regular daydreamer, however, there are realities that you cannot change, writes the 38-year-old, who now lives in California with his family, according to the report.

Autobiography accidentally found its way onto the market

Harry’s autobiography “Spare” is supposed to be released on January 10th. According to British media, however, the book accidentally went on sale in Spain on Thursday. Sky News reported the books were available in the windows of a major bookstore chain in Spain “and then hastily removed after the error was discovered”. However, several British media procured copies in good time and reported on the content. There was initially no reaction from the publisher Penguin Random House.

With Prince William, Harry should plead with his father Charles not to marry his partner Camilla, it said. William and he “begged” their father not to remarry, the Sun and Daily Mail reported on Thursday. Harry feared Camilla as a “bad stepmother”. Harry wrote about his first official meeting with Camilla that he prepared for it like an injection. “Close your eyes and you won’t even notice it,” writes the 38-year-old. However, Camilla was “bored” and took the meeting as a formality as Harry, as a non-heir apparent, did not stand in her way.

Today’s King Charles III. (74) married Camilla in 2005. Over the years, she has become increasingly popular with the British population. Queen Elizabeth II, who died in September, personally arranged for Camilla (75) to bear the title “Queen Consort” after her death.

“Beloved Brother” and “Nemesis”

Further details from the book had become known beforehand. The US broadcaster ABC, to which Harry had given one of several interviews before publication, reported on Thursday that Harry described William (40) as a “beloved brother” and “archenemy”. In a previously circulated clip of the interview, Harry explained, “There was always this competition between us, weirdly.”

According to a newspaper report, Harry also accuses William of physically attacking him during an argument. As the British “Guardian” reported on Thursday night, the prince describes how his older brother pushed him to the ground in the kitchen of his London apartment. In the argument, William called Harry’s wife Meghan “difficult”, “rude” and “rough”, the newspaper quoted. “He grabbed me by the collar, tearing my necklace, and pushed me to the ground. I landed on the dog’s bowl, which broke under my back, so the shards cut me,” the book, titled Reserve ” further.

Harry then asked his brother to leave. Prince William has apologized. As he walked, he turned around and said, “You don’t need to tell Meg that.” When Harry asked if he meant the attack, William replied, “I didn’t attack you, Harold.”

Officially retired from her royal duties

Harry and Meghan officially retired from their royal duties in March 2020. They live in Meghan’s native California with their two children, Archie, three and a half, and Lilibet, one and a half. The couple had already made allegations against the royal family in a Netflix docuseries that aired in December.

According to his own accounts, Harry took cocaine at the age of 17, according to another “revelation”. The drug was offered to him on a hunting weekend, after which he took coke more often, the 38-year-old wrote in his memoirs, according to Sky News. “It wasn’t very fun or made me particularly happy like some people do, but it made me feel different and that was my main goal. To feel. To be different,” Harry wrote. He was a teenager who wanted to rebel against the establishment – at least that’s how he explained it to himself.