Prince Harry is fondly praising his late great-grandmother as he lauds her sense of humour.
Writing in his memoir ‘Spare’, the Duke of Sussex admits his Gan Gan had the best sense of humour and had experienced a lot in her life.
Speaking about a holiday in Balmoral, Harry pens: “She was my Gan-Gan. She was born three years before the aeroplane was invented yet still played the bongo drums on her hundredth birthday."
He continues: "Now she took my hand as if I were a knight home from the wars, and spoke to me with love and humor and, that night, that magic night, respect.“
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