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Prince Harry today launched another extraordinary attack on King Charles' wife Camilla, branding her 'dangerous' and a 'villain', as he continued his publicity book for his explosive memoir Spare.
The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex to aim at the Queen Consort while speaking with CBS News' 60 Minutes host Anderson Cooper, who questioned Harry about several very damaging allegations he made about Camilla in the book's pages.
Referring back to a 1995 interview in which his mother, Princess Diana, famously referred to Camilla as the 'third person in her marriage', Harry says that this admission turned the now-Queen Consort into a 'villain', adding: 'She needed to rehabilitate her image.'
According to Harry - who also reveals in his book that he and William 'begged' their father not to marry Camilla - this desire to transform her public image made her 'dangerous'.
He accuses his step-mother of 'trading information' with the press in an attempt to get more positive stories written about herself, before sensationally suggesting that her 'connections' with the media would end up with 'people or bodies left in the street'.
Prince Harry has launched another round of sensational attacks on King Charles' wife Camilla in a new TV interview to promote his explosive memoir Spare
While speaking to CBS News' 60 Minutes, Harry, 38, branded his stepmother 'dangerous' and called her a 'villain'
The Duke claimed that Camilla forged 'connections' with the press in the UK in order to try and 'rehabilitate her image' and get 'positive stories' written about her
'[Her need to rehabilitate her image] made her dangerous because of the connections that she that she was forging within the British press,' he told Cooper, according to an official transcript of the interview - which DailyMail.com received before the interview began airing.
'And there was open willingness on both sides to trade of information. And with a family built on hierarchy, and with her, on the way to being Queen Consort, there was gonna be people or bodies left in the street because of that.'
Princess Diana's interview with the BBC's Martin Bashir in 1995 marked the first time that she had publicly addressed claims that Charles and Camilla had an affair during her marriage to the then-Prince of Wales.
At the time, she sensationally told Bashir: 'There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.'
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