Prince Harry defends Royal in-breeding in bombshell guide ‘Spare’

Prince Harry has defended royal in-breeding and mentioned that ‘marrying your cousin’ is much less dicey than working for information mogul Rupert Murdoch.

Slamming the British press extensively in his memoir Spare, Prince Harry detailed his numerous run-ins with two explicit photographers who tailed him and Prince William within the 2000s, who he had named ‘Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dumber’.

The Duke of Sussex shared how as soon as he came upon that they labored for Murdoch, he realised how ‘evil’ the information magnate was, and that marrying one’s cousin was a lot better than working for him.

“It was round this time that I started to suppose Murdoch was evil. No, strike that. I started to know that he was…” he wrote.

Prince Harry then mentioned: “All my life I’d heard jokes in regards to the hyperlinks between royal misbehaviour and centuries of in-breeding, but it surely was then I realised: Lack of genetic variety was nothing in comparison with press gaslighting.”

“Marring your cousin is much much less dicey than turning into a revenue centre for Murdoch Inc.,” Prince Harry wrote. 

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