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Prince Harry Was Extremely Cruel To Meghan Markle During An Early Fight, Prompting Him To Seek Therapy

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Prince Harry gets candid in his new memoir about a time he was extremely cruel to Meghan Markle earlier in their relationship, which led him to therapy. Details on their argument, plus new reports that suggest Prince Harry will be cut from King Charles’ coronation inside…

Prince Harry has shaken up the British Royal Family as juicy excerpts from his memoir, Spare, surface.

Apparently, the Duke of Sussex is airing out all of his dirty laundry, including some family secrets and even some of his own, like the time he got so angry with his now-wife Meghan Markle that it made him seek therapy.

In his memoir “Spare,” set to be released Jan. 10th, the 38-year-old royal opened up about a time he “became touchy” and then “snapped” on the former “Suits” actress, whom he married in 2018, during a heated argument, according to US Weekly.

“Maybe the wine went to my head. Maybe the weeks of battling the press had worn me down,” he wrote in his debut memoir. “For some reason, when the conversation took an unexpected turn, I became touchy. Then angry. Disproportionately, sloppily angry.”

The father-of-two explained that Megan said something to him that he “took the wrong way” due to their cultural differences and a language barrier.

“I was also just over-sensitive that night. I thought: ‘Why’s she having a go at me?’ I snapped at her, spoke to her harshly [and] cruelly,” he continued. “As the words left my mouth, I could feel everything in the room come to a stop. The gravy stopped bubbling, the molecules of air stopped orbiting. Even Nina Simone seemed to pause.”

Sheesh. We wonder what he said.

Upset, Meghan stormed out of the room and “disappeared for a full 15 minutes” before he found her sitting alone in their bedroom. She checked him at that point.

“She was calm, but said in a quiet, level tone that she would never stand for being spoken to like that. I nodded. She wanted to know where it came from,” he wrote. “I don’t know. [She asked,] ’Where did you ever hear a man speak like that to a woman? Did you overhear adults speak that way when you were growing up?’ I cleared my throat, looked away [and responded], ‘Yes.’”

He continued, “She wasn’t going to raise children in an atmosphere of anger or disrespect. She laid it all out, super-clear."

After the argument, he realized that anger came from “somewhere deep inside.”

“It came from somewhere deep inside, somewhere that needed to be excavated, and it was obvious that I could use some help with the job,” Harry explained before referencing brother Prince William. “‘I’ve tried therapy,’ I told her. ‘Willy told me to go. Never found the right person.’ [It] didn’t work. ‘No,’ she said softly. ‘Try again.’”

In the past, Harry hinted about the how the heated argument led him to seek therapy.

“When she said, ‘I think you need to see someone,’ it was in reaction to an argument we had,” he explained to “The Me You Can’t See” viewers in May 2021. “In that argument, not knowing about it, I reverted back to 12-year-old Harry.”

In October 2022 at the Masters of Scale Summit, he championed therapy and discussed his mental health.

“The moment I started doing therapy, it opened my eyes,” he shared. “I was moving through life thinking there was only one way to live. And therapy burst that bubble. … All of a sudden, I realized that now I have perspective and a great understanding of my value. I regained confidence that I never thought I had.”

Earlier this week, excerpts from Harry's memoir were released, detailing his disagreements and physical fights with his brother Prince William, his drug use, losing his virginity to an older woman, and Harry boasting about killing 25 Taliban members. The book also revealed he and his brother Prince William got into a physical fight after the Prince of Wales labeled Meghan "difficult," "rude," and "abrasive."

Not only that, Harry said both William and his wife Kate were supportive of his frowned-upon decision to wear a Nazi uniform when he was 21 for a "natives and colonials" themed party.

Following a series of shocking revelations in his upcoming book, Prince Harry is set to be removed from King Charles' coronation, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 6th.

Tensions in the Royal Family have been building since Harry and Meghan's explosive 2021 Oprah interview, and have been exacerbated by the pair's Netflix docuseries, and Harry's claims in his new Spare memoir.

But it appears that the Duke of Sussex has gone too far and will reportedly be excluded from his father's coronation later this year, as Charles abandons a centuries-old tradition.

A source told the Times : "If Harry does make it, he might be relieved to learn that he will not be required to kneel and pledge allegiance to his father. In a major break with tradition, Charles has scrapped the act of the royal dukes kneeling to “pay homage” before touching the crown and kissing the monarch’s right cheek. William will be the only royal to perform the tradition. A well-placed source says: “As things stand, there is no role for Harry in the service.”

Since he and Meghan stepped away from their positions as senior royals in 2020, it’s not totally shocking that he wouldn’t be in the mix.

We’ll be seeing more of Harry as he hits the promo trail for his new book.


Later today, Harry’s interview with Tom Bradby in the U.K. will drop 4pm EST.

Prince Harry’s interview with Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes” will be released tonight at 7pm EST.


Prince Harry’s sitdown interview with Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America” will be released at 7am EST tomorrow.

Prince Harry will appear on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Monday night: 

"Spare" drops January 10th.

It’s about to go down.

Photos: LINGTREN.COM/lev radin/Shutterstock

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