Prince Harry shocks audiences with over 15 references to his private parts in explosive memoir
Prince Harry has shocked readers in his new memoir ‘Spare’ with more than 15 references to his male reproductive organ.
In the explosive memoir that made headlines for his personal revelations about members of the royal family, the Duke of Sussex made 8 references to his “penis”, one to his “dick”, 6 to his “todger”, one to “there another to his “custom penis pillow” and even included a detailed description of his “penile frostbite” experience.
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In April 2011, before Prince William’s wedding to Kate Middleton, Harry embarked on a 13-day trek across the North Pole for the charity ‘Walking With the Wounded’, which helps wounded former servicemen move from military life to civilian life. Returning home, Harry writes that he was “shocked to discover that my nether regions were also frozen, and while the ears and cheeks were already healing, the todger had not”.
“My penis fluctuated between extremely sensitive and borderline traumatized. The last place I wanted to be was Frostnipistan,” he wrote. “I had tried a number of home remedies, including one recommended by a friend. She advised me to apply Elizabeth Arden cream.
“My mom used this on her lips, do you want me to put this on my todger? “”, read The Autobiography. “‘It works Harry, trust me.’ I found a tube and as soon as I opened it the scent transported me through time, I felt like my mom was right there in the room and I took a sip and applied it… there.
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The story provoked a flood of reactions online, with users mocking him for sharing the experience in such detail.
“Harry Windsor’s ‘Spare’ seems to be less of a raucous autobiography than a more carefully cultivated exposé of bad decision-making…including the choice to write it,” Rome-based Daily Wire correspondent Bree Dail wrote on Twitter. response to death. “No one needed to know, Harry.”
“I never thought I’d be talking about Prince Harry’s ‘frozen’ penis for a living, but here we are,” said GB News royal reporter Cameron Walker. tweeted.
Harry took a trip to Antarctica a few years later and explained how much effort he had gone to to avoid the same fate.
Harry wrote to a “very good friend”, asking for help from a seamstress to make a “custom penis pad” which he described as “square, supportive” and “sewn from bits of softest fleece, and – enough said” .
In the memoir, Harry also addressed the rumors that he and his brother were uncircumcised.
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“My penis was a matter of public knowledge and even public curiosity,” Harry wrote. “The press had written a lot about it. There were countless stories in books and newspapers (even in the New York Times) that Willy and I were uncircumcised.”
“Mom forbade it, they all said, and while it’s absolutely true that the risk of frostbite on your penis is much higher if you’re uncircumcised, all the stories were wrong,” he added. “I got hurt when I was a baby.”
There were other anecdotes in the book that made readers frown.
In one passage, Harry describes losing his virginity, which he described as “an inglorious episode” with “an older woman” when he was around 17.
“She was very fond of horses and treated me a bit like a young stallion,” Harry wrote in the book. “Run fast, then she kicked my butt and sent me out to pasture. Among the many things that didn’t add up: it happened on a lawn behind a busy pub.”
Harry also described the steamy reunion he had with then girlfriend Meghan Markle at the start of their relationship on the anniversary of his mother Princess Diana’s death. He said Meghan texted him saying she had arrived in London while he was laying flowers at his mother’s grave with his brother William.
He described waiting with “gasp” outside Markle’s room until she opened the door and “pulled me in”.
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“I mean, we put a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign on the door,” he added. “But I don’t think there was time.”
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