He describes being in Eton when he heard the news on March 30, 2002, but reports at the time suggest the Duke was in fact on a skiing holiday with his father and brother in Klosters, Switzerland.
Photographs from the period suggest they attended a media briefing at the Swiss resort on March 29, as well as a statement from the King, then Prince of Wales, detailing his desire to “come home as soon as possible.” he can”.
As for the Xbox inaccuracy, the Duke admitted spare part that he “has no idea” whether his memory of his 13th birthday present from his aunt Lady Sarah McCorquodale in 1997 is true.
While people have pointed out that the video game console was released four years later in 2001, others came to the Duke’s defense when he wrote that his “memory didn’t record things the way it used to” after his mother’s death .
“That’s the story anyway,” he writes of his first birthday after the death of Princess Diana that same year. “It has appeared as gospel in many accounts of my life, and I have no idea if it is true. Pa said mum hurt her head but maybe I was the one with brain damage?”
Moehringer retweeted another quote from Karr, which said, “Neurologist Jonathan Mink, MD, explained to me that with… intense memories… we often just record the emotion, blurring all the details into an unreadable smear.” .”
Among the historical matters at issue, retailer TK Maxx also corrected the record on whether the Duke, who wrote that he shopped there, actually benefited from the sales.
He writes spare part: “I especially liked their once a year sale when they were flush with items from Gap or J Crew.”
However, a spokesman for the retailer said: “While we’re delighted that Prince Harry is a huge fan, we thought we should explain that we don’t actually do any sales. Instead, we offer great value, style and savings all year round.”
The Daily Telegraph
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