A new book claimed that prince william (opens in new tab) When prince harry (opens in new tab) When I was a teenager, my father, Prince Charles, decided to throw a crazy party at Highgrove House.
- Royal writers have claimed that King Charles is not the “current” father, and Princes William and Harry, who were teenagers at the time, often failed to get in touch with him.
- The boys then became rebellious and partied so often that Highgrove House became known as ‘Club H’.
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After the death of their mother, Princess Diana, the then-teenagers Princes William and Harry were often left alone with no way of contacting their father, then-Prince Charles.
This claim comes from the new royals book The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown, available on Amazon. (opens in new tab)written by royal expert Katie Nicholl (opens in new tab)According to Nichol, King Charles was “busy” with work and his longtime love, then-Camilla Parker-Bowles, rather than the “current” father of his sons, so he kept them on his own devices. I often gave up.
Nicole writes: “With a busy work schedule and making Camilla a priority in his personal diary, Charles trusted William and Harry too much to take care of himself.”
When the boys were not staying at Eton College, an elite boarding school, they spent most of their time at their father’s home, Highgrove House, but Charles was rarely there, according to Charles’ ex. One of his aides told Nicole.
According to the former aide, this lack of attention caused the younger brothers to act out and become rebellious.
They explain: I wanted to talk to my father, but he wasn’t there and he didn’t have a cell phone, so I was frustrated that I couldn’t reach him. If they needed him, they would call his protection officer so they could talk to him, which wasn’t ideal. But Charles doesn’t send hoof calls or text messages. He likes to make time for thoughtful conversations.
According to Prince Charles’ cousin Lady Elizabeth Anson, when the teens weren’t being watched by their fathers, aides, or the surrogate families Prince Charles sent the boys to, they got into trouble. rice field.
Lady Elizabeth told Nicole, “The boys might have been at a loss at Highgrove on the weekends because Charles wasn’t always around.”
Nicole reports that Highgrove House became known as “Club H” because the brothers partied so often that in 2001, Harry had just turned 17, at an inn near the house. I was drinking and smoking.
Nicole details: “Though those who knew turned a blind eye, the young prince was arrested when his entourage recognized the unmistakable odor of marijuana emanating from Club H.
Unfortunately, the brothers’ foray into party throwing led to the first of many sibling rifts. Nicole writes that only Harry got into trouble, even though William was there at the time.