King Charles ‘scared’ of Prince Harry amid ‘Spare’ attacks
According to media reports, King Charles is concerned that his son Prince Harry has “barely scratched the surface” in his explosive memoir Spare.
On January 10, the Duke of Sussex’s incendiary book dropped, containing explosive revelations and claims about senior royals such as Prince William and King Charles. Soon after, during a publicity stunt, Harry announced that he had enough material for a second book.
Expert on the royal family Tom Bower commented on this in The Daily Mail, saying, “No one knows better than Charles that Harry has barely scratched the surface when it comes to his tumultuous marriage to Diana, his difficult relationship with his own parents, and his adulterous relationship with Camilla.”
Bower elaborated, saying, “The beleaguered King knows he has good reason to fear his son.” The prince left Harry with his nanny at Highgrove so that he could pursue his own interests or spend time with Camilla at another residence.
Bower summed up the situation by saying, “The chickens, as Harry might say, have now come home to roost.”
These remarks were made after Prince Harry claimed in his book that King Charles had pleaded with him and Prince William to end their feud at the funeral for Prince Philip in 2021, pleading, “Please boys, don’t make my final years a misery.”