Prince Harry

In the aftermath of the ‘Spare’ scandal, Prince Harry summarises the rest of his life in five words: ‘Freedom’

In an interview with Stephen Colbert, Prince Harry outlined his future plans.

 

The prince answered a series of quickfire questions on “Late Night with Stephen Colbert” in newly released footage, and while most of them were frivolous, one was fairly telling.

 

In this new clip, Harry, who first went on the show last month to promote his revolutionary memoir “Spare,” was asked to characterize the rest of his life in five words.

 

“Freedom,” the 38-year-old prince stated emphatically. “Happiness, clarity, space, and love,” he continued.

 

He also mentioned Meghan Markle in one of his responses: when asked what his favorite smell is, he kindly replied, “My wife.”

 

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Throughout the questioning, Prince Harry maintained a lighthearted demeanor with Colbert.

 

When asked if he preferred apples or oranges, Prince Harry replied, “Oranges, duh,” gesturing to his famed red locks.

 

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Colbert said that there was “something strangely cannibalistic about that,” to which Harry responded immediately.

 

“You know, if we bite you, you get Gingivitis,” he remarked, referring to gum disease. “You secretly want to get bitten, don’t you,” he asked Colbert.

 

Additional inquiries covered what occurs after death and whether he prefers a window or aisle seat. Harry chose the cockpit as a nod to his stint as a British Army pilot. Following that remark, the two men clinked their glasses together.

 

Harry also stated that he believes humans reincarnate as animals and that he would like to return as an elephant.

 

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Another intriguing question was if the prince had ever requested an autograph from anyone. He said in 2003 during the World Cup Final, he requested the English Rugby team for their John Hancocks.

 

“I was strolling around after a few drinks, wearing an England rugby jersey, going ‘Johnny, Johnny! Mike, Mike, Mike! Come on, Lawrence, autograph my shirt “Harry recalled the incident. “And they were all naked, with their willies sticking out. But I got all 15 autographs, which made me extremely delighted.”

 

“They did sign it with pens,” Colbert clarified.

 

“Sure,” Harry replied meekly.

Both Harry and Markle have kept a quiet profile since doing book publicity, as they deal with the international backlash.

 

Harry’s autobiography was tightly packed with interesting anecdotes regarding not only the prince’s but also his family’s lives.

 

In the book, he addresses commonly spewed narratives about his family, including rumors regarding his father’s paternity, his flawed relationship with Prince William, and how his family really treated Markle.

 

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