- Prince Harry writes about the moment he learned of Queen Mother’s health in his memoir ‘Spare’
- King Charles informed Harry that Queen Mother had been confined to her bed at Royal Lodge
- Harry learned about the Queen Mother’s passing while studying at Eton, and received a call from a courtier just before Easter
Prince Harry has opened up about the moment he learned about the health of his great-grandmother, Queen Mother, in his memoir ‘Spare’.
In the book, Prince Harry writes that it was his father, King Charles, who informed him that Queen Mother had been confined to her bed at Royal Lodge, her country house.
Prince Harry recalls the moment of Queen Mother’s passing, which he learned while studying at Eton. He says that he received a call from a courtier just before Easter, and the weather was bright and warm with light slanting through his window, filled with vivid colors. The courtier informed him that the Queen Mother had passed away.
The memoir ‘Spare’ is a deeply personal account of Prince Harry’s life, covering his childhood, his military service, his marriage to Meghan Markle, and his decision to step back from royal duties. The book is set to be released in late 2022.