Prince Harry said ‘nasty things’ about Camilla: biographer

A royal biographer says she has written a new book to show how Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry allegedly mistreated the new Queen Consort Camilla.

“I decided I had to balance things somehow,” Angela Levin said on Friday’s British talk show “Lorraine” of “Camilla,” which hit bookstores this week.

“One was ‘The Crown’, who I think had been very cruel to her, and the other was actually Prince Harry, who also said really nasty things about her.”

Representatives for Harry, 38, did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s request for comment.

However, the Duke of Sussex’s strained relationship with his stepmother has been well documented in the past.

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Prince Harry is said to have said “nasty things” about Queen Consort Camilla, according to a royal biographer.
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Writer Tom Bower claimed in his book “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the War Between the Windsors” that part of the reason Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, fled the UK was because of “racist” comments Camilla allegedly made. about their then-unborn son, Archie.

According to Harry, someone was speculating about what his future child would ‘look like’. In one version, Camilla commented, “Wouldn’t it be funny if your kid had reddish brown Afro hair?” the author wrote.

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Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have left the UK in part because of Camilla.

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Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have left the UK in part because of Camilla.

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Insiders also claimed in June that Harry was still not a fan of Camilla, 75, because he hadn’t forgotten the comments made by his late mother, Princess Diana, about the Queen’s consort having an affair with his father, King Charles III.

Diana once famously said, “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.”

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King Charles III and Camilla married in 2005, nine years after Princess Diana’s death.
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Levin said on “Lorraine” that Charles and Camilla had an uphill battle to be together from the start of their relationship because she “knew there would be problems with his parents,” the Queen and Prince Philip.

At the time, the heir apparent’s wife was supposed to be a “virgin,” but Camilla was previously married and had two children.

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Levin claims she once spent three months with Camilla in 2015.

Before the Queen died on September 8, however, the longest-serving monarch in British history said it was her “sincere wish” for her once controversial daughter-in-law to “become known as Queen Consort”.

Levin claimed on “Lorraine” that Camilla and Charles’s marriage has been able to work for nearly two decades because Camilla doesn’t crave the limelight, which is “ideal” for the king, 73, so that he “doesn’t get jealous like he did with his first female.”

The queen consort’s biographer added: “She doesn’t need the credit for herself.”

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