Prince Harry reveals how he sent fighter jet after Charles' car while training ... trends now
Prince Harry sent a fighter jet after his father's car in Norfolk while training for combat in the military, his controversial memoir reveals.
In one bizarre tale, he tells how he used a Typhoon to target King Charles and his grey Audi before 'ultimately sparing him' at the last minute.
Harry details how he pretended to blow up targets in a practice drill while holed up in a hotel room on the outskirts of King's Lynn.
Prince Harry (pictured in Afghanistan in 2008) sent a fighter jet after his father's car in Norfolk while training for combat in the military, his controversial memoir reveals
The Duke of Sussex writes in Spare of how hard he worked to prepare himself for his tours of Afghanistan, including 'steering jets over marshy flats at ungodly speeds' near the Sandringham residence. Pictured: A Typhoon
The Prince claimed his father 'never dropped in' while he was there, even though the Sandringham estate was only a few miles away.
Harry explained how Charles - a helicopter pilot himself - was enthusiastic about his son's work, but insisted locals in the village of Wolferton were less keen on witnessing a ten-thousand-kilo jet roaring just over their tiled roofs.
He writes: 'RAF Marham had received dozens of complaints. Sandringham was supposed to be a no-fly zone. All complainants were told: Such is war.
'I loved seeing Pa, loved feeling his pride, and I felt buoyed by his praise, but I had to get back to work. I was mid-control, couldn’t tell the Typhoon to please hold on a moment. Yes, yes, darling boy, back to work. He drove off.
'As he went down the track I told the Typhoon: New target. Gray Audi. Headed southeast from my position down track. Towards a big silver barn oriented east-west. The Typhoon tracked Pa, did a low pass straight over him, almost shattering the windows of his Audi. But ultimately spared him. On