Confessing to killing 25 people in Afghanistan, Prince Harry’s confession ‘leaked’ earlier

Confessing to killing 25 people in Afghanistan, Prince Harry’s confession ‘leaked’ earlier

LOS ANGELES: Some sensational claims from an autobiography about Prince Harry titled Spare have reportedly been ‘leaked’.

Citing a BBC report, the autobiography recounts a series of ‘bitter’ events within the Royal Family including claims that Prince Harry and Prince William urged their father, King Charles III, not to marry Camilla.

The content of the book also contains Prince Harry’s claim which was first reported by The Guardian is how he was physically attacked by his brother, Prince William.

Meanwhile, Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace announced that the palace would not comment further on the writing of an autobiographical book that will be published soon.

Prince Harry in the autobiography also admitted to killing 25 people while serving as an Apache helicopter pilot in Afghanistan.

The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex served in two series of missions against the Taliban group, first as an air officer calling in airstrikes in 2007-2008 and then flying an Apache attack helicopter in 2012 to 2013.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Harry admitted to sharing the experience of carrying out six missions as a pilot that prompted him to ‘claim a number of human lives’.

“It’s not a statistic that makes me proud but it doesn’t make me ashamed either.

“When I found myself drowning in the heat and confusion of the battle, I didn’t think of those 25 as people. They were chess pieces removed from the board, the bad guys eliminated before they could kill the good guys,” he said.

Harry served 10 years in the British Army and was promoted to the rank of captain during his service.

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