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She did end things with Markle. A new book by Valentine Low called Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown says that Prince Harry, who is 38 years old, was “quite a wild lad” before he married Meghan Markle, who is 41, in 2018.
Low wrote about how Prince Harry and Prince William’s former private secretary, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, helped them build very different lives.
According to the book, Lowther-Pinkerton helped William, who was 40 at the time, “steer a course through life.”But in some ways, Harry’s path was different: “It gets more difficult.”
In the end, Lowther-Pinkerton and everyone else was wrong about how the problem would be solved. Low wrote, “The wild boy died the day Harry met Meghan Markle.”
The man who started the Invictus Games used to party a lot before he got married and had his two kids, Archie and Lilibet. He was often in the tabloids because of his strange behavior, like when he fought with paparazzi outside of a nightclub in 2004 and when he dressed up as a Nazi for Halloween.
One of Prince Harry’s other scandals was that he was sent to rehab for a day, and he was photographed naked while on vacation in Las Vegas. “The younger prince was a good-looking guy who could fly an Apache helicopter and worked with groups like Well Child to help kids stay healthy. But when he was young, he was also pretty wild, “Low said.
When Harry was young, it was easy to look past his mistakes. But when does a naughty kid become a dirty old thief? At the time, there was nothing to worry about; it was just something to look out for. ” He wrote words down.
In a different part of the book, Low says that Harry didn’t always trust his staff. The former soldier would give “loyalty tests” to his employees, and he was “obsessed” with the news.
Low recently appeared on “Good Morning Britain” and said that Harry’s feelings had been “brewing for a long time, even before Meghan.” Harry’s mind was always on the news. Low said on a talk show that he was in such a bad mood.
He wrote in the book that the question, “Are you going to protect me?” was always a test of loyalty. Or have you just turned into one of those people who won’t fight for me? “It was a lot of trouble.”
Low said, “He didn’t trust the courtiers in the other households, and he always tested his own staff to see how loyal they were.”
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