Harry reminded he could still be King if his family died in a plane crash.
He overheard a courtier whisper about his status and destiny.
Journalist tried to get under his skin by comparing him to Bridget Jones.
Prince Harry was reminded that if his brother and family are killed in an aircraft crash, he might still be King.
Back in the day, Harry, who is now fifth in line to the throne, overheard a courtier whisper about his status and destiny.
In his memoir ‘Spare,’ he writes: “I’d once heard a courtier say that when you were fifth or sixth in line you were ‘only a plane crash away.’ I couldn’t imagine living that way.”
He then describes how a journalist tried to get under his skin when Princess Charlotte was born.
“The journalist persisted. Didn’t the birth make me question my choices? Choices? Isn’t it time you settled down? Well, uh— People are starting to compare you to Bridget Jones. I thought: Are they really? Bridget Jones, ay? The journalist waited. It’ll happen, I assured him, or her, I can’t recall the face, only the preposterous line of questioning. When, kind sir, do you plan to wive? It will happen when it happens, I said, the way you’d assure a naggy auntie,” Harry added.
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