Prince Harry Slams ‘baseless’ Story Pitting ‘Him Against His Country’


A spokeswoman for the Duke of Sussex said that a recent report contains “a statement wrongly attributed to Prince Harry.” Prince Harry is denying a recent claim that he told a friend, “Those Brits need to learn a lesson” before the couple’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.

The press secretary for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told HuffPost, “This is a baseless hit story dressed up as journalism.” The official said on Sunday, “This story is full of lies, not the least of which is a wrong quote attributed to Prince Harry.”

“To say that a man who served his country for ten years wants to teach that country a lesson is not only a terrible thing to say but a typical tabloid trick,” she said. “It is awful and dishonest to turn him against his country, especially since Prince Harry has never said anything bad about the British people.”

HuffPost asked The Sun for a comment, but they didn’t answer right away. Prince William and Kate Middleton just got back from a three-day trip to Boston for the Earth shot Prize Awards. The story and reactions are based on that trip.

A royal source said before the tour that Harry and Meghan Markle wouldn’t be “distracted by other things” because it was set to start around the same time as their upcoming Netflix docuseries.

On the second day of William and Kate’s royal tour, a trailer for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s six-part Netflix series came out. This made many people wonder why the trailer came out at that time.

Someone asks Harry in the teaser, “Why did you want to make this documentary?” “No one can see what goes on behind closed doors,” the prince says in response. “I had to do whatever I could to protect my family.”

“When the stakes are this high, doesn’t it make sense to hear our story from us?” After that, Meghan adds the video clip.

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