Memories may vary.
Prince Harry’s credibility is being questioned after an apparent mistake in his controversial memoirs.additionalAbout the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
In the book, the Duke of Sussex, 38, remembers the exact moment he was alerted to this The late Queen Elizabeth IIElizabeth’s mother, The Queen Mother, died in March 2002.
Harry claims he was at his posh boarding school in the UK, Eton, when he learned she had died in her sleep at the age of 101.
“At Eton, while studying, I got a call. I wish I could remember whose voice was at the other end,” Prince wrote.
He continued, “I remember it was just before Easter, the weather was bright and warm, and the light was pouring in through my window, full of bright colours. Her Royal Highness, the Queen Mother, had died.”
But, Several reports contradict Harry’s claim that he was at school, stating that he was in fact on a skiing trip in Klosters, Switzerland, with his father, King Charles III, and brother, Prince William, at the time of the Queen Mother’s death.
There are also pictures that show Harry was actually returning to the UK from Switzerland the day after his grandmother passed away.
The discrepancy has led many to wonder if other parts of Harry’s book could be factually incorrect.
“Harry can’t even remember where he was when the Queen Mother died, so his memories can’t be trusted. And he has an agenda, so there’s a lack of impartiality,” one person reads. chirp Tuesday.
“However, it’s day one since #SpareUs was released, and it’s already clear that Harry fabricated huge portions of the book from a whole piece of cloth to support his being a fake victim,” another Twitter user tweeted. claimed. “He wasn’t at Eton when the Queen Mother died and he wasn’t told by the ‘random courtier’. He’s a liar and a loser, stop.”
“Honestly always the best policy or the memories will definitely be different!!! 🤣,” third person books.
Then critics highlighted other details about a gift that Princess Diana allegedly gave to Harry that also appeared to be false.
Harry writes in his book that his late mother bought him an Xbox for his 13th birthday in 1997 just before her death.
But, Mirror reports That Xboxes didn’t exist until 2001 and that the game console didn’t hit shelves in Europe until a year later.
“The book seems to talk a little bit about blurring the truth,” one person chirp In response to the Xbox inconsistency.
else agreed“This is the problem with multiple lies. You lose track, you get cocky and you forget to look.”
Others have suggested, though, that Harry may have mixed up the type of gaming system he received, with advocates suggesting he could have gotten a PlayStation or Nintendo 64 and was “confused”.
Harry made several scathing accusations about members of his royal family in the book, which was officially released on Tuesday, and those accusations have now been brought to light.
The red-haired king charged Charles Referring to it as a “reserve” On the day he was born he allegedly told Diana, “Now you’ve given me an heir and spare parts—my business is done.”
He also claimed that William Attack him physically After the dispute over his wife, Megan Markle.
Harry also stalked the wife of the Prince of Wales, Kate Middleton, claiming it Markle was brought to tears before their wedding.
The duke also dragged Charles’ wife, Queen Camilla, and claimed he and Prince William They urged their father not to marry her.
Harry and Markle, 41, have been feuding with family members ever since resigned from their royal duties in 2020 and moved to California, where they now reside with their two children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1.
Tensions have been running high since the Sussexes kept airing their family’s dirty clothes.
Aside from Harry’s extensive diary, the couple dropped a documentary series on Netflix, “Harry and Meghan”, which was also met with backlash.
Page Six reached out to Harry’s rep for comment on inconsistencies in his book.
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