The footage shows a jubilant Prince Harry throwing confetti at King Charles’ wedding to Camilla
Video from the King and Queen’s wedding day shows a jubilant Prince Harry throwing confetti at the happy couple as they emerge from St George’s Chapel, as Harry claims he and William did not support the marriage.
In his long-awaited memoir Spare, due out tomorrow in the UK but accidentally already published in Spain, Harry claims he and Prince William “begged” their father not to marry the Queen Consort.
Last night, in his in-depth interview with Tom Bradby on ITV, the Duke of Sussex said he was “at peace” with his father’s second marriage as the couple appeared “happy” – but in the memoir he accused his stepmother of ” to play”. the long game’ to marry Charles.
But video from the king and queen’s wedding day paints a very different picture, as Harry was filmed jubilantly throwing confetti over the newlyweds as they climbed into a car with “just married” written on the back.
The video, filmed in Windsor on Charles and Camilla’s wedding anniversary in 2005, shows Harry with William while their father and stepmother walk by and are about to get into the Rolls Royce, which is covered in red, white and blue balloons.
In the next clip, a cheeky 20-year-old Harry runs up to his father from behind and throws a handful of confetti at the couple with a mischievous face.
Prince Harry has made allegations against his stepmother in his memoir and in two lengthy interviews in the US and UK, including that he and William begged her father not to marry Queen Consort Camilla. But despite these claims, footage from Charles and Camilla’s wedding day shows Harry smiling effusively. Pictured: Harry and William on Charles and Camilla’s wedding day outside Windsor Guildhall in 2005
Harry laughs as his father lowers his head to protect his face from the confetti as they get in the car.
In the next clip, the pair drive away through crowds while Harry and William applaud with smiles on their faces.
Footage of a jubilant Harry is somewhat at odds with his description of the union at Spare, in which he claims he and William “begged” Charles not to marry Camilla and feared she would become the “wicked stepmother”.
He wrote: “She started playing the long game, a campaign aimed at marriage and eventually the crown, with Pa’s blessings we suppose.”
Separately, Harry has denied writing “just married” on his father and stepmother’s car. In the footage, the car was decorated, but it’s unclear who did it.
During his bombshell interview with Tom Bradby on ITV last night, Harry’s comments about his father’s second marriage were a bit more nuanced when asked about his feelings.
When Mr Bradby asked the Duke if he was “at peace” with Charles and Camilla’s union, he replied “100%”.
He said: “William and I wanted our dad to be happy and he seemed very, very happy with her.”
The Duke added, “The two … remain very happy together,” although he and William “have asked him not to marry her.”
He reveals in the memoir that he and William supported the relationship themselves, but they didn’t want their father to marry Camilla.
Footage from Charles and Camilla’s wedding day shows Prince Harry and Prince William looking jubilant as Harry sneaks up on his father from behind and throws confetti at him. In his interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby, Harry says he was “100%” happy for the couple on their wedding day, but in his memoir he accused Camilla of playing the “long game” towards marriage
The current consort of King Charles and Queen Camilla was married in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall in 2005 before being blessed at St George’s Chapel on the Windsor Estate
Harry turned to his stepmother in his memoir and also accused her of leaking stories of private conversations to the press – particularly the one with William.
He wrote that the stories contained “pinpoint details,” adding that they were not shared by his brother William.
The Duke claimed, “They could only have been leaked from the one other person present.”
Despite his explosive claims, Harry denied his allegations were “scathing” towards members of his family.
Another allegation the Duke has reportedly leveled against his stepmother is that she allegedly turned his bedroom at Clarence House into a dressing room.
Page Six reported that Harry made the allegation, adding that he “tried not to care” but the transformation of his old bedroom hurt his feelings.
Following the Duke’s explosive revelations in the ITV interview, he continued his vehement attack on his stepmother in a second chat with US journalist and presenter Anderson Cooper, which aired overnight.
Harry said to 60 Minutes: “[Camilla] was the villain, she was a third person in marriage, she had to rehabilitate her image.
“It made her dangerous because of the connections she made within the British press.
“And there was an open willingness on both sides to share information, and with a family built on hierarchies and with her on the way to becoming Queen Consort, people or corpses would be left in the streets because of that.”
He also addressed his and William’s pleas for her father not to marry Camilla, telling his interviewer, “We didn’t feel it was necessary. We thought it would do more harm than good.”
Camilla’s public image has changed dramatically over the years since she was cast as the third person in the then-Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage due to her affair with Charles.
In 1994, Charles had admitted to adultery in a television interview with broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby, but only after his marriage had “cracked irretrievably.”
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