Prince Harry has admitted that it was a ‘mistake’ to look up Meghan’s sex scenes in Suits when they first started dating.
In his new bombshell biography Spare, which accidentally went on sale in Spain yesterday, the Duke of Sussex revealed that he Googled his girlfriend’s love scenes and regretted doing so.
The couple first started dating in 2016, when Meghan was still starring in the hit US legal drama.
In the early days of their relationship, Harry said he made the ‘mistake’ of searching Meghan’s sex scenes online and joked that he needs ‘electric-shock therapy’ to burn the images from his brain.
Prince Harry, pictured with the Duchess of Sussex last year, has revealed that he regrets Googling her sex scenes
The legal drama, which ran for nine seasons until 2019, followed a college dropout who found himself working at a top New York law firm.
The Duchess of Sussex, 40, played the love interest Rachel Zane, and in his memoir, her husband expressed his discomfort after seeing her X-rated scenes.
He wrote: ‘I’d witnessed her and a castmate mauling each other in some sort of office or conference room.’
‘I didn’t need to see such things live.’
Rachel Zane and Mike Ross (played by Meghan Markle and Patrick J Adams) get intimate in the Suits season two finale
In suits Meghan Markle (right) played Rachel Zane, the love interest of Patrick J. Adams’ character Michael Ross (left)
The scene the Duke appears to be referring to takes place in the season two finale which sees Meghan’s character Rachel acknowledging her feelings for Mike Ross, played by Patrick J. Adams.
However, Prince Harry doesn’t seem to be the only one who found the scene cringeworthy.
While promoting the second season of the show in 2012, Meghan and her co-star were asked about their most awkward moments during filming,
‘Sex in the file room was weird,’ Patrick said. ‘Yeah, that was a little strange.’ Meghan then added: ‘Of course it was weird!’
Elsewhere in his biography, Prince Harry alleged that Prince William ‘attacked’ him at his Nottingham Cottage home after calling Meghan ‘rude’ and ‘difficult’.
Meghan pictured on set with fellow actor Rick Hoffman. Harry admitted to looking up her X-rated scenes online whilst they were dating
Prince Harry wrote in his upcoming memoir, Spare, that he needs ‘electric-shock therapy’ to get the scenes out of his head
The Duke of Sussex has described a stand-up row that ended with the Prince of Wales grabbing him by the collar and throwing him to the floor, shattering a dog bowl with his back. William then allegedly declared he did not attack his younger brother, whom he calls ‘Harold’.
The furious row allegedly broke out in the kitchen of his London home, Nottingham Cottage, in the grounds of Kensington Palace in 2019 – shortly before Megxit.
William is said to have branded Meghan ‘difficult’, ‘rude’ and ‘abrasive’ and insisted he was trying to help his younger brother during a meeting about ‘the whole rolling catastrophe’ of their failing relationship and Harry’s rows with the Press.
Harry accused his brother of ‘parroting the Press narrative’ about his American wife before a screaming match ensued, ending in a physical altercation, the book claims. He says he gave the heir to the throne a glass of water and said he couldn’t speak to his brother while he was angry.
Describing what he claims happened next, and insisting he was scared, the former soldier said things happened very quickly as he alleged William came towards him, grabbed him and ripped off his necklace.
He claims William knocked him over and he landed on the dog’s bowl which broke under his weight, leaving scratches on his back.
After gathering himself, he claims he managed to stand up before asking William to get out of Nottingham Cottage.
Harry claims that William had then urged him to fight back, saying that is what would happen when they scrapped as children.
But the duke claims he refused, claiming that William left and then returned ‘looking regretful, and apologised’.
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