The most recent shocking revelation from the Duke of Sussex’s memoirs states that King Charles reportedly informed Prince Harry that his wife was not welcome in Balmoral on the day the Queen passed away.
In his startling new biography Spare, Harry said that his father had given him the ‘nonsensical and disrespectful’ order not to take his wife Meghan to see the ailing Queen Elizabeth II.
Enraged by Charles’ perceived snub, Harry retorted: ‘Don’t ever speak about my wife that way!’, prompting the now-King to offer an apology.
It is just one of many shocking revelations made by the Duke in his memoirs, a copy of which leaked days before its UK publication date of January 10.
Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, were in London for to attend the WellChild Awards ceremony when the Queen’s health deteriorated at her home in Scotland.
At 1.55pm on September 8, just 90 minutes after Buckingham Palace announced the Queen was unwell, a spokesperson confirmed the couple would travel to Balmoral together.
But just hours later at 4.39pm, a clarification was issued stating the Duke would be travelling alone.
He flew via private jet to Scotland alone, and arrived at Balmoral shortly after the Queen’s death was publicly announced.
Harry has now claimed that during this window, he was give direct instructions from then-Prince Charles not to bring Meghan.
In a moving passage in his autobiography, the Duke describes how he learned of the Queen’s passing after checking the BBC news website.
But was incensed at his father’s request that he leave the Duchess of Sussex behind.