Published on January 06, 2023 at 7:02 p.m.
In his book called “The Substitute”, Prince Harry returns to the tragic disappearance of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September 2022.
His name is on everyone’s lips. After being in the spotlight with the documentary “Harry & Meghan”, broadcast on Netflix last December, the prince harry is preparing to make new revelations in its book “Le Suppléant”, in bookstores from January 10th. While waiting for its release, several media have already obtained a few excerpts, which promise a good number of shock confidences. We know in particular that he will mention a violent altercation with his brother, Prince Williamhis first time with a mature woman or even a dispute between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton. But he will also look at the tragic event of this year 2022: the disappearance of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. And more particularly their last exchange together, which occurred a few days before his death, as revealed by the site of the ” BBC “.
“I was hoping we would see each other again soon”
“We had a long chat four days before,” wrote the Duke of Sussex. “We have addressed many issues. Her health of course, the chaos in Downing Street, the Braemar Games, which she was sorry she couldn’t attend because she wasn’t well. » The husband of Meghan Markle also remembers making his grandmother laugh out loud: “We also talked about the devastating drought. Meg and I were in Frogmore and the lawn was in terrible shape: “It’s like my head, Grandma, full of baldness and brown spots!” She burst out laughing. I told her to take care of herself and that I hoped we would see each other again soon. »
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A final farewell to Balmoral
The day of the death of Elizabeth II, on September 8, 2022, Prince Harry was in the United Kingdom and rushed to Balmoral Castle, Scotland, where the sovereign breathed her last. If he did not arrive in time to say goodbye to him – he will learn of the death of Elizabeth II when he got off the plane – the Duke of Sussex still wanted to say a few words to him on his arrival. A moment that he also evokes in “Le Suppléant”. After being greeted by Princess Anne that day, he was led to the sovereign: “I walked forward uncertainly and saw her. I stood still, watching her intently for quite a while. I whispered that I hoped she was happy and was with Grandpa now. »