Prince Harry reveals brutal taunts about his mother's death in Army training trends now

Prince Harry reveals brutal taunts about his mother's death in Army training trends now
Prince Harry reveals brutal taunts about his mother's death in Army training trends now

Prince Harry reveals brutal taunts about his mother's death in Army training trends now

Prince Harry says he was tortured about his mother's death and told she was pregnant with a 'Muslim baby' during a mock kidnap while he trained for the Army.

The Duke of Sussex, who revealed he killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, said he was abused by a woman in a Palestinian-style headscarf on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall.

In the Spanish translation of his book 'Spare', the Duke of Sussex says he was abducted and tortured - including being kept awake for several days - as part of his combat training. 

Describing what happened when the woman wearing a kufiyah headscarf abused him, he said: 'She was talking about my mother. She said: "Your mother was pregnant when she died", adding that the child was 'a Muslim baby' - possibly a reference to her boyfriend Dodi Fayed's faith. 

Harry wrote that afterwards: 'An instructor apologised for what they had said about my mother'.

Prince Harry on patrol through the deserted town of Garmisir, where he was posted in Helmand province Southern Afghanistan in 2008

Prince Harry on patrol through the deserted town of Garmisir, where he was posted in Helmand province Southern Afghanistan in 2008

Harry has revealed that in Army training he was abducted and taunted about his mother's death and claims she was pregnant with a 'Muslim baby' -  possibly a reference to her boyfriend Dodi Fayed's faith

Harry has revealed that in Army training he was abducted and taunted about his mother's death and claims she was pregnant with a 'Muslim baby' -  possibly a reference to her boyfriend Dodi Fayed's faith

He said he was also stripped naked and mocked about the size of his manhood, declaring: 'A lot of the things they did to us were illegal under the Geneva convention, but that was the goal.' 

When the woman in the headscarf taunted him about his mother, Harry claims he turned his head towards her but said nothing and the woman 'left, angry'.

The blindfolded prince said that someone then spat in his face during an interrogation where they were forced to undress by captors who 'pointed at our limp c***s, and talked endlessly about how small they were'.

After he was verbally abused he was dragged into another room where he was told the exercise was over.

Harry wrote: 'An instructor apologised for what they had said about my mother', adding: 'I found out that two other soldiers who had done the same exercise had gone crazy'.

One of the main conspiracies following Diana's death was that she was killed because she was pregnant. But the former coroner of the Queen's Household, John Burton, said he attended a post-mortem examination of the Princess's body at Fulham mortuary in 1997, where he personally examined her womb and found no child.

Harry said the exercise began when they were on Bodmin Moor and a group wearing camouflage jackets and black balaclavas appeared. He said that at the time he feared he was being targeted by the IRA, who killed his relative Lord Mountbatten.

He said he was taked to a set of buildings, and he went without sleep for 72 hours. He was blindfolded, stripped naked, along with other men, where he was forced to stand and sit in uncomfortable positions until he 'struggled to breathe'. It was then the captors mocked his mother's death before he was released.

Members of the Taliban have expressed their fury over Prince Harry's claims that he killed 25 'chess pieces' during his second deployment in Afghanistan. The Duke of Sussex undertook two tours of Afghanistan. In his memoir, he says he did not think of those killed 'as people' but instead 'chess pieces' he had taken off the board prompting anger from the Taliban

Members of the Taliban have expressed their fury over Prince Harry's claims that he killed 25 'chess pieces' during his second deployment in Afghanistan. The Duke of Sussex undertook two tours of Afghanistan. In his memoir, he says he did not think of those killed 'as people' but instead 'chess pieces' he had taken off the board prompting anger from the Taliban

Harry's description of his training came as the Taliban accused him of war crimes after he revealed he killed 25 enemy 'chess pieces' during his deployment in Afghanistan, in his tell-all memoir Spare.

And former British Army Colonel Richard Kemp called it: 'A betrayal of the people he fought alongside'.

Speaking to MailOnline, the Taliban taunted the Prince, saying they had the last laugh over the West and the 'big mouth loser' Duke of Sussex - who 'fled to his grandmother's palace' - by recapturing the country in 2021.

The Taliban said while their Mujaheddin 'chess pieces' are the ultimate victors of the conflict, Harry is struggling to maintain a place in the Royal Family, in response to the claims made in the soon-to-be-released book.

The angry response from the Taliban followed criticism of the Duke from military veterans and MPs for his battleground revelations, with one calling his writing a 'betrayal of the people he fought alongside'.

Speaking from a checkpoint outside Islam Qala, a town on the border with Iran, Taliban commander Molavi Agha Gol, 32, said that he thought Harry was attention seeking. 'We are still here ruling but he has fled to his grandmother's palace. He's a big mouth loser who has been trying to get attention,' Agha Gol said.

'I do not even believe what he said about the Mujaheddin. He is a loser and scared to go to a combat zone. We made history by kicking him and his army out of our homeland and he should be very angry about that,' he said.

'Do not believe whatever losers tell you. I see news about him a lot on my Facebook feed and really think he's gone mad and needs a doctor

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