Even more quirky details! Prince Harry (38) tells many spicy things in his recently published bestseller “Reserve”. He not only shoots against the entire royal family but also directly against individuals. Among other things, against his great-aunt Princess Margaret (71). When Harry was seventeen, the Queen’s younger sister died (96). Now the British royal is making his dislike of Margaret clear. Harry complains about a certain Christmas present!
In his book “Reserve”, Harry writes about his great-aunt that he was a complete stranger to her, that he kept his distance from her, and also described her as “cold”. Apparently, the princess took little notice of her nephew and “rarely deigned to talk to him.” Harry thinks she didn’t think very highly of him, and that’s how he explains the “worthless” Christmas present. It is said to have been a ballpoint pen wrapped with a tiny rubber fish.
But the Duke of Sussex goes on to say that he would have felt nothing for Princess Margaret anyway, except for pity and a lot of nervousness. The sister of the former Queen of Great Britain was known as a rebel just like Harry. She had affairs, including with commoners. “Actually, we should have been friends. We had so much in common,” Harry notes afterward.