Prince Harry argues in support of royal inbreeding in the striking book ‘Spare’

Prince Harry argues in support of royal inbreeding in the striking book ‘Spare’

Prince Harry argues in support of royal inbreeding in the striking book ‘Spare’

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  • Prince Harry has defended royal in-breeding in the bombshell book “Spare.”
  • Harry wrote that marrying one’s cousin was more preferable than working for Murdoch.
  • Harry said that after learning that they worked for Murdoch, he realized how “evil” the press baron was.
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Prince Harry has defended royal in-breeding, claiming that “marrying your cousin” is less risky than working for Rupert Murdoch, the media billionaire.

Slamming the British press extensively in his memoir Spare, Prince Harry chronicled his several run-ins with two particular photographers who stalked him and Prince William in the 2000s, whom he had termed “Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dumber.”

The Duke of Sussex revealed that after learning that they worked for Murdoch, he realized how “evil” the press baron was and that marrying one’s cousin was more preferable to working for him.

“It was around this time that I began to think Murdoch was evil. No, strike that. “I began to know that he was,” he wrote.

“All my life I’d heard jokes about the links between royal misbehavior and centuries of inbreeding,” Prince Harry continued, “but it was then that I realized: Lack of genetic diversity was nothing compared to press gaslighting.”

“Marrying your cousin is far less dicey than becoming a profit center for Murdoch Inc.,” Prince Harry wrote.

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