Prince Harry accuses royals of trying to 'undermine' his explosive memoir Spare
Prince Harry has sensationally accused the Monarchy of trying to ‘undermine’ his explosive memoir Spare because its controversial contents have ‘perhaps made them feel uncomfortable and scared’ as he launched another furious attack on the royal family in the latest in a line of TV interviews to promote his book.
The 38-year-old held nothing back as he took aim at his family during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, when he wavered between hurling barbs at his family and making light-hearted jokes about his ‘frost-nipped’ genitals while swigging a glass of tequila.
‘Of course,’ the Duke responded – adding that ‘the British press’ has also been complicit in this so-called ‘campaign’, with Colbert chiming in: ‘But aided and abetted by the palace.’
‘Again of course,’ Harry confirmed. ‘But this is the other side of the story, right? After 38 years, they have told their side of the story. This is the other side of the story.’
The father-of-two then suggested that what he perceives as the royals’ ‘campaign’ against his memoir has come as a result of its being ‘uncomfortable and scared’ over its contents.
‘There is a lot in there that, perhaps makes people feel uncomfortable and scared,’ he continued.
The wide-ranging interview with Colbert saw Harry address a number of topics, ranging from the farcical to the furious, with the Duke launching several tirades against the British press, accusing it of ‘abusing’ his wife Meghan Markle – and bizarrely suggesting that it was ’embarrassing’ for the media when he chose to quit the royal family and relocate to the US.
During the lengthy sit-down Harry also:
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