Seven most explosive Prince Harry bombshells revealed after royal grilled in court from ‘car chase’ to lap dance | The Sun

SEVEN of the most explosive Prince Harry bombshells can be revealed after the Royal was grilled in court.

The Duke of Sussex made several shocking revelations, including details of a dramatic "car chase" and a lap dance, during the gruelling seven-hour probe by the Mirror group's lawyer.

The Royal struggled to remain composed as he was quizzed over his own accusations that journalists at the Mirror hacked his phone between 1996 and 2010.

His testimony appeared to fold under scrutiny as he was cross-examined over two days, with the prince yesterday admitting 18 times in three hours "I don't know".

The 38-year-old – who flew in from his home in LA on Sunday for the trial – shared a 55-page bombshell statement ahead of the probe detailing shock insights into his life.

And he was accused of being "in the realm of total speculation" by the Mirror's lawyer Andrew Green KC, at one point even admitting he "isn't sure" his phone was hacked.

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The Sun can reveal seven of the prince's most explosive revelations:


Privacy-loving Prince Harry revealed all about a model who sat on his lap during a trip to the Spearmint Rhino lap-dancing club with Army pals in April 2006.

Prince Harry accused the Mirror group of unlawful information gathering for its 2006 article Prince of Lapland.

It told how Harry was ticked off by his ex girlfriend Chelsy Davy for enjoying a dance with a "statuesque blonde" who sat in his lap.

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Mr Green asked Prince Harry whether there was "any evidence or was it pure speculation" that this story came from phone hacking. He denied speculating.

Referring to the article, Harry told the judge Mr Justice Fancourt it was “factually incorrect” that his naked Lithuanian lap-dancer looked like his ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy.


Prince Harry claimed he was in a dramatic car chase after leaving a pub in central London in his 20s.

He told the judge he remembered seeing what he claimed was a photographer's car parked along the road.

When he got into his people carrier he told his security team what he'd seen and they "drove towards the vehicle".

He added: "It slammed into reverse and drove off at speed. The police officer driving the vehicle switched on the blue lights.

"It increased speed on Kings Road. At the lights a protection officer, Orange Bob, jumped out.

"The drive took off onto the other side of the road, endangering everyone around him opposite the fire station on King's Road.

"That is not normal paparazzi behaviour. We believe there was an illegal device in the vehicle."

He made the unprompted revelations just three weeks after he and Meghan claimed they were in a "car chase" after an awards ceremony in New York.


In his submission, Prince Harry revealed he feared rumours his biological father was James Hewitt could see him "ousted" from his family.

He hadn't realised until he was aged 30 that Major Hewitt only met Princess Diana after Prince Harry was born.

He added: "At the time, I wasn’t actually aware that my mother hadn’t met Major Hewitt until after I was born. This timeline is something I only learnt of in around 2014."

He added the rumours were "very damaging and very real to me".

"They were hurtful, mean and cruel," he said.

He said he feared they would put "doubt in the minds of the public so I might be ousted from the Royal Family".


He admitted calling his mother's former butler, Paul Burrell, a "two faced s***" in a heated voicemail message in 2003.

He told the judge: "I would have used the phrase 'two-face s***', as is reported."

The prince had "very strong feelings" about how indiscreet Mr Burrell was after Princess Diana's death, according to his witness statement.

Mr Burrell published a tell-all book on his time with Prince Harry's mother in 2004.


The prince also made a blistering attack on the government during his seven-hour grilling, saying it was “at rock bottom”.

He broke royal protocol, which calls for members of the firm to avoid expressing political opinions, with the shock comment.

He said: “On a national level as, at the moment, our country is judged globally by the state of our press and our government — both of which I believe are at rock bottom.

“Democracy fails when your press fails to scrutinise and hold the government accountable, and instead choose to get into bed with them so they can ensure the status quo."


The duke offered an intimate insight into his past relationships, mentioning former flame Chelsy Davy a total of 126 times.

His wife Meghan's name appeared only twice.

The duke was in an on-again, off-again relationship with his former flame for seven years, with Harry this week claiming the relationship felt "doomed".

He admitted he was "immature" and made a "stupid decision" by flirting with a brunette while dating Chelsy in 2005.

And further details of the tumultuous relationship between Harry and Chelsy were revealed in the High Court.

Harry also discussed another article, 'Chelsy Is Not Happy', which claimed Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend flew into a rage over a visit he made to a lap-dancing club in 2006.

Chelsy was said to have been "furious" and gave Prince Harry a "tongue-lashing down the phone", according to the report at the time.

Harry's ex reportedly “let rip in a string of phone calls” and a "highly placed source" claimed she had gone “berserk”, according to the article.


Prince Harry's voice cracked in court yesterday after admitting "I don't know" 18 times in less than three hours.

Harry – who has been instrumental in the phone hacking case – alleges about 140 articles published between 1996 and 2010 contained information gathered using unlawful methods by the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People.

But he choked back tears and admitted "it's a lot" after spending a gruelling seven hours on the stand.

His testimony seemed to crumble at moments, as the prince admitted "I don't remember" nine times.

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He also told the court to ask his legal team instead of him four times on the second morning of questioning alone.

MGN has apologised unreservedly to Prince Harry for unlawfully gathering information about him but denies phone hacking.

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