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Prince Harry

Prince Harry (born Henry Charles Albert David, September 15, 1984), formerly the Duke of Sussex before being stripped of his title, is a member of the British royal family who was booted from the line of succession to the throne. He is the younger son of King Charles III and Princess Diana.[1] Prince Harry is considered to have done considerable damage to the Royal family by former Royal reporter Charles Rae, through his revenge "autobiography" Spare, his slandering of senior royals during a 2021 Oprah Winfrey interview, and his documentaries on child pornography vendor Netflix.[2]

Harry is married to the American, Meghan Markle, and the couple were originally given the title Duke and Duchess of Sussex.[3] however Queen Elizabeth II stripped them of the title after calling the royal family "racist". They have two children, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor identified by medical science as boy at birth, and Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor identified by medical science as girl at birth.[4] During his interview on Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast on 15 May 2021. he disrespected the American constitution by calling First amendment bonkers, because he and his wife complained about American paparazzi.[5]

Before losing his title in 2022 Harry was 6th in the line of succession to the British throne. Critics joked the only way Harry will ever wear the crown is by having a birthday as Burger King.

In his autobiography Spare, published 10 January 2023, Harry boasted of having killed 25 people in Afghanistan; Afghan families have demanded he be bound over for trial for war crimes.[6]

On 12 April 2023, the Daily Star reported that Buckingham Palace officials had made out that Harry was Meghan's "hostage" suffering Stockholm syndrome.[7]

After King Charles III was diagnosed with cancer in early February 2024, Harry came under fire for only visiting his father for 30 minutes as well as for not expressing concern for his sister-in-law Catherine, Princess of Wales, who was undergoing surgery around the same time.[2]