Prince Harry unpacks it all in his biography, Spare, which will be released on January 10. He talks about his relationship with Chelsy Davy, at the risk of offending Meghan Markle.
Last spring, the New Idea assured that the Duchess of Sussex “was” irritated by the closeness between her husband and Chelsy Davy from whom he has been separated since 2011.
The Windsor heir is said to have made contact with people close to him, including Chelsy, in order to encourage him to speak and open up to JR Moehringer, the author of his Spare biography.
“They all answered him politely, promised to think about it, and in the end, they all said no. “, confided a source close to the prince;
Meghan Markle meanwhile “was furious when she discovered that he had spoken with Chelsy”.
“Everyone knows he probably would have married Chelsy if she hadn’t balked at the thought of a life in the spotlight,” a source said.
And this closeness is confirmed by Prince Harry in his book, excerpts from which have been published by the British press.
Prince Harry reveals that Chelsy Davy was “ unlike the other girlshad not contracted the “throne syndrome”.
“Unlike so many people I knew, she didn’t care about appearances, about my royal status. Unlike so many other girls I had met, she imagined what the crown would look like as soon as she shook my hand,” he wrote.
He imagined himself married to her.
This term “throne syndrome” surprised those close to the royal family. Prince Harry seemed convinced that he was going to reign in place of his brother William. His mother would have repeated it to him during his childhood. “He will make a good king,” she reportedly said.