Karl Stefanovic calls Prince Harry’s book ‘cheap rubbish’ and says anyone could ‘take down their family’ with a tell-all if they wanted to
The Today show anchor, 48, was discussing Harry’s book on Monday with journalist Sarrah Le Marquand and Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie.
Stefanovic, 48, called Spare ‘cheap rubbish’ and said anyone could ‘take down their family’ with a tell-all tome if they wanted to.
Karl Stefanovic (pictured) has slammed Prince Harry ‘s controversial new memoir Spare, after the Duke of Sussex made several damning claims about the Royal Family
During the chat, Sarrah explained: ‘I like Prince Harry. I’ve been listening to the book, it’s good… He is a boy that is frozen in trauma at the age of 12 when his mum died.’
‘That’s how he starts the book, it’s very deliberate. Obviously he’s going after the media in a way that is really misplaced and you can hear this wounded little boy.’
Sarrah continued: ‘You know what, he has a right to tell his story and I’m actually on his side. The point of this book is clearly that the whole idea is everyone has blamed every decision he has made as a young adult on Meghan.’
‘And he is clearly saying, I’ve been at odds with my father since I was 12 years old.’
The Today Show presenter was discussing the Duke of of Sussex’s book with guests Sarrah Le Marquand and Jacqui Lambie
An unimpressed Karl responded: ‘Everyone can take down their family if they wanted though. It’s just cheap rubbish.’
In his explosive new memoir, Harry claimed his wife Meghan Markle was left ‘on the floor sobbing’ by a row with sister-in-law Kate Middleton over Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid’s dresses.
He also discussed how his penis became ‘frost nipped’ during his trip to the North Pole and revealed he is uncircumcised.
‘Everyone can take down their family if they wanted though. It’s just cheap rubbish,’ Karl said
Amid other revelations, the royal confessed he took cocaine, ketamine, cannabis and Nepalese hashish temple balls and said he sought help from a medium who said she could prove she was talking to his late mother from beyond the grave because Diana was ‘giggling’ at Archie breaking an ornament of the late Queen.
The Duke of Sussex, who was known as ‘Captain Wales’ in the military, also wrote that he killed 25 Taliban fighters during his second tour of duty in Afghanistan.
He said did not think of those killed ‘as people’ but instead ‘chess pieces’ he had taken off the board.
He has since declared he and Meghan will never move back to the UK and become working members of the Royal Family – just hours after using another bombshell U.S. interview to rubbish suggestions that the couple give up their official titles.
In his explosive new memoir, Harry claimed his wife Meghan was left ‘on the floor sobbing’ by a row with sister-in-law Kate Middleton over Princess Charlotte’s bridesmaid’s dresses