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New report reveals Prince Harry ‘did not want to be in the same room’ as Queen Camilla when he spoke to the King about cancer diagnosis

A new report has revealed that Prince Harry “did not want to be in the same room” as Queen Camilla when he spoke to the King about his cancer diagnosis.

British journalist and friend of the queen, Petronella Wyatt claimed that the Prince did not want his stepmother in the room when he met with his father King Charles.

The father-of-two barely touched down in London last week before leaving to return to California after meeting with his poorly father for just 30 minutes.

In a piece for The Telegraph, Petronella revealed: “Harry, I hear, preferred not to be in the same room with his stepmother when he spoke to the King about his cancer diagnosis.”

Harry has been open in the past about his troubled relationship with Camilla, and in his memoir Spare he revealed that he believed his stepmother was leaking stories about his family to the media to boost her image.

Harry also labelled Camilla as “dangerous” and a “villain” and claimed she had “sacrificed him” in a selfish bid to improve her own reputation.

Harry’s upcoming memoir Spare

According to royal expert Robert Jobson, the King only met with Harry for half an hour to keep his stress levels down.

Robert told The Sun: “You don’t want his blood pressure going up. The King’s not very well, whatever type of cancer it is, he’s undergoing treatment.”

“The best thing for him is calm. After the initial kiss and hug, love you dad, hope you get better soon, what issues are going to get raised? Things that will get your blood pressure rising.”

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In the memoir, Harry shared his feelings on the new Queen: “I have complex feelings about gaining a step-parent who I thought had recently sacrificed me on her personal PR altar.”

Harry also confessed that he and his older brother Prince William had “begged” their father not to marry Camilla out of fear she would become their “wicked stepmother.”

In a TV interview to promote his memoir with Anderson Cooper on CBS News show 60 Minutes, Harry explained: “She was a third person in their [my parents’] marriage, she needed to rehabilitate her image.”

Harry’s parents Princess Diana and Prince Charles | WENN

He continued: “That made her dangerous because of the connections that she was forging within the British press.”

“Because of the connections that she was forging… there was open willingness on both sides to trade information.”

“And with a family built on hierarchy, and with her on the way to being Queen Consort, there was gonna be people or bodies left in the street because of that,” Harry concluded.


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