Memories may vary.
Prince Harry’s credibility has come under question following an apparent error in his controversial memoir, “Spare,” about the death of his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
In the book, the Duke of Sussex, 38, recounts the exact moment he was alerted that Elizabeth the Queen Mother, mother of the late Queen Elizabeth II, had died in March 2002.
Harry claims he was at his posh UK boarding school, Eton, when he learned she had died in her sleep aged 101.
“At Eton, while studying, I took a phone call. I wish I could remember whose voice was on the other end; a courtesan, I believe,” wrote the prince.
He continued, “I remember it was just before Easter, the weather was bright and warm, light slanting through my window, full of bright colours. Your Royal Highness, The Queen Mother has passed away has gone.
However, several reports contradict Harry’s claim that he was at school, stating that he was actually skiing in Klosters, Switzerland with his father, King Charles III, and his brother, Prince William, at the time of the Queen Mother’s death. was on a trip
There are also pictures which show Harry was in fact returning to the UK from Switzerland the day after his great-grandmother passed away.
The inconsistency has led many to question whether other parts of Harry’s book may be factually incorrect.
“Harry also doesn’t remember where he was when the Queen Mother died, so his recollections can’t be trusted. And they have an agenda, so there’s a lack of objectivity,” one person Tweeted on Tuesday.
“Yet it’s only day one of #SpareUs release and already it’s clear that Harry fabricated large sections of the book out of whole cloth to support his fake victim,” another Twitter user Claimed. “He wasn’t at Eton when the Queen Mother died and wasn’t told by a ‘random courtier’. He’s a liar and a loser, full stop.”
“Honesty is always the best policy otherwise the memories would definitely be different!!!” 🤣,” a third person wrote.
Critics then highlighted another detail about a gift Princess Diana allegedly gave to Harry that also appeared to be incorrect.
In his book, Harry wrote that his late mother bought him an Xbox on his 13th birthday in 1997, just before she died.
However, the Mirror reports that the Xbox didn’t exist until 2001 and the gaming console didn’t hit shelves in Europe until a year later.
“It seems the book is a bit hazy on the truth,” one person Tweeted In response to the Xbox paradox.
Second Agreed, “That’s the problem with many liars. You lose track, get cocky and forget to do research.
Others pointed out, however, that Harry may have mixed up the type of gaming system he received, with defenders noting that he could have received a PlayStation or Nintendo 64 and was simply “confused”.
Harry made several scathing allegations about members of his royal family in the book, which was officially revealed on Tuesday, and has now been called into question.
The redheaded royal accused Charles of referring to her as an “extra” on the day she was born and reportedly told Diana, “Now you’ve given me an heir and an extra – my job Has been completed.”
She also claimed that William physically assaulted her after an argument over his wife, Meghan Markle.
Harry also went after Kate Middleton, wife of the Prince of Wales, claiming she would bring Markle to tears ahead of their wedding.
The duke also dragged in Charles’ wife, Queen Consort Camilla, claiming she and Prince William urged their father not to marry her.
Harry and Markle, 41, have been feuding with family members since they stepped down from royal duties in 2020 and moved to California, where they now live with their two children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1.
Tensions have grown stronger since the Sussexes continued to air their family’s dirty laundry.
In addition to all of Harry’s memoirs, the couple dropped a Netflix documentary, “Harry & Meghan,” which was also met with a lot of backlash.
The pair have also sat down for several bombshell interviews, including one with Oprah Winfrey in 2021 and, most recently, a solo one Harry did with Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes.”
Page Six has reached out to Harry’s rep for comment on the inconsistencies in his book.