'Good old Harry fighting racism': Internet unearths pic of Prince Harry in Nazi uniform
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's new Netflix docuseries has been attracting a lot of attention across the world. Now, web sleuths have been dissecting each and every claim made by the Sussexes in 'Harry & Meghan' and have stumbled across something shocking.
A Twitter user shared a photo of Prince Harry in which he was was seen wearing a Nazi uniform with a swastika armband. The photo has caused a stir on social media.
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The person, who tweeted the picture, wrote, "Good old Harry doing his bit for the fight against racism…" Another user wrote, "Nice to see Harry doing his bit for racism." A person, who looked like they were defending him, wrote, " And then he educated himself, left the family & their racist values & now fights racism. So no gotcha here dear," while another person added, "It was a 'bad taste' party. Hence why they are all dressed awfully! Not excusing it but that's why."
"And he got an award for fighting racial justice sickening," yet another person chimed in while one person shared a photo of the front page of a newspaper carrying the said photo with the headline, "HARRY THE NAZI."
Good old Harry doing his bit for the fight against racism….🤔🤔🤔🤔 #HarryandMeghanNetflix pic.twitter.com/MsdDwfGa6k— Thelordg (@ThelordgMessiah) December 8, 2022
#HarryandMeghanNetflix— Chicken Dansak 🍛 (@Mike2022345) December 8, 2022
Nice to see Harry doing his bit for racism pic.twitter.com/D56SsHeXHw
And then he educated himself, left the family & their racist values & now fights racism.— Dark C (@Andherewego__) December 8, 2022
So no gotcha here dear. #HarryandMeghanonNetflix pic.twitter.com/MCaSQhITS4
It was a 'bad taste' party. Hence why they are all dressed awfully! Not excusing it but that's why.— Dr Gbemi David-West (she/her)🇬🇧🇪🇺🇳🇬 #FBPE (@drgdavidwest) December 8, 2022
And he got an award for fighting racial justice sickening. pic.twitter.com/C7lvVoaRJu— ALL SHE SEES IS HER OWN REFLECTION. (@Scriptbold) December 8, 2022
December 8, 2022
The photo was taken when the Duke of Sussex was attending a friend's costume-themed birthday party in January 2005. According to Harry, dressing up as a Nazi was "probably one of the biggest mistakes of my life," as reported by The Independent.
He later said he was "very sorry if I caused any offense or embarrassment to anyone," adding, "It was a poor choice of costume, and I apologise." At that time, a 20-year-old Harry was slammed, with the Board of Deputies of British Jews criticizing his "ill-judged actions." The incident is highlighted in the third episode of the Netflix series. Harry reportedly said, "It was probably one of the biggest mistakes of my life. I felt so ashamed afterwards. All I wanted to do was make it right."
Netflix released three episodes of Harry and Meghan's six-part docuseries on Thursday, December 8. The next three parts will be released on December 15.
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