Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Asked to Vacate Frogmore Cottage After 'Spare': Here are All the Memoir Bombshells
Prince Harry's tell-all memoir, Spare, certainly rocked the boat. Over than a month after its release, multiple news outlets are reporting that the 38-year-old royal and his wife, Meghan Markle, were asked to vacate Frogmore Cottage, which is on the grounds of Windsor Castle. According to BBC, a spokesperson for Harry and Meghan confirmed the news but Buckingham Palace has not commented. While Meghan and Harry ultimately reside in California, the cottage was gifted to them by the late Queen Elizabeth II. A source told ET that "since Harry's book was released, relationships between Harry and Meghan and the family have never been worse." "King Charles III is extremely disappointed in what was shared in the book,” the source said of the reaction Harry's father had to the memoir, adding of Charles' wife, Camilla, Queen Consort, "Harry was disrespectful to Camilla in the book and you can’t expect to act that way without consequences." Also this week, Courteney Cox recently responded to claims that the Duke of Sussex made in Spare about taking psychedelic mushrooms at her home years ago -- which is just one of the many revealing and surprising anecdotes Harry shares in the explosive tome. In the tell-all book -- released in January -- the father of two makes multiple allegations against his older brother, Prince William, William's wife, Kate Middleton, details his traumatic search to find closure surrounding the death of his mother, Princess Diana, and much more. In the wake of his and Markle's recent six-hour Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan, the former senior royal still manages to make surprising new claims against his family and his life within the royal family. What did Harry say about tripping on 'shrooms at Cox's house? What details did he reveal about the multiple royal rifts? Here are the biggest bombshells from Spare.
Via: Entertainment Tonight