Queen Consort Camilla reportedly has been left reeling by Prince Harry’s claims about her in recent interviews.
Sources close to King Charles III, meanwhile, told the magazine that the monarch, 74, refuses to tolerate any comments made about his wife, 75, and believes his redheaded son, 38, crossed a line when mentioning her.
Harry’s latest onslaught of allegations include that his stepmother had planted stories to make herself look better in the press after marrying Charles in 2005 following a highly publicized affair.
“Certain members have got in bed with the devil to rehabilitate their image, but that rehabilitation has come at the detriment of others,” Harry said in an interview with ITV.
The renegade royal also went after Camilla in his new memoir, “Spare,” out Tuesday, writing that he and his brother, Prince William, urged their father not to marry their “wicked stepmother.”
“Despite Willy and me urging him not to, Pa was going ahead. We pumped his hand, wished him well. No hard feelings,” he wrote. “We recognized that he was finally going to be with the woman he loved, the woman he’d always loved.”
Harry also opened up about how Camilla transformed his bedroom into her personal dressing room shortly after he moved out of Clarence House.
“I tried not to care. But especially the first time I saw it, I cared,” he wrote.
Neither Kensington Palace nor Buckingham Palace have commented on “Spare.”
The Duke of Sussex said he has not spoken with Camilla, nor his other family members, in “a long time.”
“I love every member of my family, despite the differences,” he said on “Good Morning America” Monday. “When I see [Camilla], we’re perfectly pleasant with each other. … I don’t look at her as an evil stepmother. I see someone who married into this institution and has done everything that she can to improve her own reputation and her own image for her own sake.”