Harry ‘claims Nazi uniform encouraged by William and Kate in new book Spare’

Prince Harry’s forthcoming memoir reportedly includes a claim that Prince William and Kate encouraged him to wear the infamous Nazi soldier costume to a party in 2005.

The Duke of Sussex was 20 when he was photographed in costume with a swastika on his arm at a “Native and Colonial” party hosted by Olympic show jumper Richard Meade.

The move sparked a wave of criticism, and he apologized for the “poor choice of costume,” adding that he’s “very sorry if I’ve offended or embarrassed anyone.”

Harry called the decision to wear the costume “probably one of the biggest mistakes of my life” during the six-part Netflix documentary of him and his wife Meghan Markle, which was released in December last year.

On Thursday (January 5th), page six reported that Harry’s autobiography spare part includes the revelation that the Prince and Princess of Wales “howled” when they saw him in costume.

The publication said it received a copy of the book and quoted Harry as saying: “I called Willy and Kate and asked what they thought. Nazi uniform, they said.

“Both howled. Worse than Willy’s leotard! Much more ridiculous! That was the key point again,” continues the 38-year-old.

William also attended the costume party, dressed in a lion outfit.

The Independent has reached out to Kensington Palace for comment.

Harry’s “personal and emotional” memoir, ghostwritten by Pulitzer Prize winner JR Moehringer, will be published January 10 by Penguin Random House.

After The guardwhich says it received an excerpt prior to publication, the book also includes the bombastic claim that William physically assaulted Harry over an argument over his marriage to Meghan Markle.

He said William called the Duchess of Sussex “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive” before “grabbing my collar, tearing my necklace and throwing me to the ground”.

The publication also reported that Harry wrote that after Prince Philip’s funeral last year, King Charles asked his sons “not to make my final years a misery.”

In a new trailer for Harry’s upcoming interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby, he refused to attend King Charles’ coronation in May.

“The ball is in their hands,” he says in the trailer released on Thursday (January 5).

Follow live updates on Harry’s memoir here.

#Harry #claims #Nazi #uniform #encouraged #William #Kate #book #Spare

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *