King Charles' outburst targets Prince Harry as 'that fool' in wake of Netflix project

King Charles' reported reaction to Sussexes' Netflix project exposed by Omid Scobie

By Web Desk
November 26, 2023


King Charles is purportedly seething with fury, reportedly going so far as to dub his grandson "that fool" in a royal uproar following the release of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix docuseries.

The sensational revelations come from an advance copy of Omid Scobie's upcoming book, Endgame, set to hit shelves on November 28, as reported by The Sun.

Scobie's book delves into the aftermath of the docuseries' release, providing a gripping account of the monarch's reaction to Harry's inadvertent revelation of Royal Family secrets.

According to the author, a palpable tension gripped the Palace, with heads in hands and brewing migraines as the show unfolded. An unnamed aide is quoted in the book, stating, "(The show) took the wind out of everyone’s sails."

The book alleges a stark shift in King Charles' stance, noting, "(He) went from not wanting anyone to talk about his son to openly criticizing ‘that fool.’"

Leaked extracts from Omid Scobie's book, suggest that Prince William and Princess Kate found the South Park episode lampooning Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to be "hilarious."

The book reportedly takes a satirical dive into Prince Charles' lifestyle, portraying him as a "pampered" royal immersed in an "extravagantly luxurious lifestyle."

It's alleged that Charles goes to the extent of having his shoelaces meticulously ironed when they show the slightest sign of wear.

The book notes, "When laces get even the smallest bit threadbare, a staff member must quickly switch them out with a fresh, ironed pair."

In a quirky tidbit, the book suggests a peculiar bedtime routine for the heir to the throne, stating, "There is even a rumor one that, surprisingly, sources have confirmed that Charles likes to have someone squeeze exactly one inch of toothpaste onto his toothbrush for him ahead of his bedtime routine."