Prince Harry expressed his displeasure with Charles by saying, “Always reminds me who I am!”
According to newly discovered reports, Prince Harry was irritated by his father’s continual reminders of who he is.
The Duke of Sussex has revealed that in a biography expected out next year, he would chronicle his “mistakes and lessons learned” throughout his life. Prince Harry said he would depict “the highs and lows” and be “exact and fully true” as he announced the partnership with Penguin Random House. Harry, who retired from royal duties and moved to California with his wife Meghan, will donate the money to charity.
The Windsors were allegedly taken aback by the announcement of the book, which is the first time a prominent member of the Royal Family has written such an intimate account of their life.
The announcement was met with “huge sighs” within the royal residences, according to one source, and another close to Prince Charles said they were “surprised” by the news.
It comes after Harry told Oprah Winfrey in a candid interview aired on CBS in March that he felt betrayed by his father for not expressing enough support for him and Meghan.
“There’s a lot to work through there,” Harry added.
“I’m disappointed since he’s gone through something similar.
“He knows what it’s like to be in suffering, and Archie is his grandson.
“At the same time, I will always adore him, but there has been a lot of hurt.”
“I’ll keep trying to mend that relationship as one of my top objectives, but they only know what they know.”
But that wasn’t the first time the Duke of Sussex has spoken frankly about his father’s relationship.
In 2013, while stationed at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan, the Duke spoke candidly about the difficulties and frustrations of being a royal who craved a life away from the spotlight.
He revealed his contempt for some members of the media, as well as how his father regularly reminded him to act more like a member of the Royal Family.
In the army, the Prince is known as Captain Wales, and he revealed his “three mes.”
“One in the Army, one socially in my spare time, and one with the family and stuff like that,” he explained.
“So there’s a switch, and I turn it on and off as needed.”
He claimed that his distrust of the media sprang from his childhood. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”