Harry´s Wife : Pt 67.1 : Harry Writes a Book!

19 thoughts on “Harry´s Wife : Pt 67.1 : Harry Writes a Book!

  1. Bubbles says:

    Dear Mr Tudor,
    I would classify writing a book about one’s ‘life’ is when you’ve attained the grandiose ages of David Attenborough and Betty White, not a mere 36 year old.
    His book publication timing has left a lot to be desired, being the year of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

    With his quest to emotionally overshare, he has well and truly ‘cooked his own goose’. By the time his book has been revealed, the goose will be burnt to a cinder and left smouldering. He really needs professional help.
    Sadly, he has learnt nothing from his dear grandmother. A true gentleman never tells!
    From comments I’ve read on FB, a vast majority are sick to death of this privileged manipulative lying pair and would like them to disappear into the sunset for good.
    They’re going to make a stash of cash when photos of LILIBET are revealed…..she’s just biding for the right time and the highest bidder!
    Really enjoying your coverage on this Mr Tudor, thank you
    Luv Bubbles xx 😘

    PS
    I’ve just read he actually signed a four book deal with one to be released after the Queen dies. I understand his first book is heavily concentrated on the death of his mother, whom he apparently blames. A ‘wellness’ article penned by Meghan included ….no surprise there!
    Payment for his books are estimated at $54 mil 😱
    Their children will not thank them later in life, I guarantee they will be messed up!

  2. PortiaRose says:

    I can’t help speculating about what is happening behind the scenes between the Sussexes and Netflix & Spotify. (Also the organisations who are paying Harry for those vague titular roles).

    Press statements from the Sussex camp are littered with reminders that both H & his wife are taking several months off as parental leave “in line with Archewell’s employment policy” (Really? Are they even employees? Will the same generosity be extended to other employees?).

    I can’t help think this “leave” is a fob-off to SpotNet (and Harry’s other employers) who surely must be ratcheting up the pressure.

    If so, how do SpotNet feel about the flow of work-related announcements – like Harry’s book – benefitting others but not them? (I don’t count the “Pearl” series here because it appears to have been a concept for years – and was probably part of their original pitch to Netflix – so surely doesn’t count as a genuine sign that the couple are honouring their side of the bargain.)

    From SpotNet’s position, the proverbial camel’s straw can’t be too far off…

  3. lickemtomorrow says:

    GTFO!

    Seriously?

    This has become a new torture technique orchestrated by Woke Inc. 😛

    All designed to bring the Royal Family to its knees.

    Harry won’t have anything left to crawl back to in the end.

  4. Asp Emp says:

    Oh, has he now?

    Oh, HG, your sarcasm and humour sends frissons up my neck…..

    Laughing….”when it was run down and he didn’t realise that he could now swap to blue”……

    LOL…..”presumably other than some doodles and crayon the rest of the book’s going to be empty….”……

    Yup, the first page…..

    “this book is dedicated to my wife and…..er…..my children……and…..er….. my chickens”

    Second page…..

    “I wasn’t allowed to dedicate this book to ‘Mummy’,…..er…..so I dedicate page two to ‘Mummy’”

    Third and last page

    “I typed while my wife dictated the book ‘The Bench’”.

    Laughing…..TMI !!….about the toilet and ‘movement’……

    On a more serious note, I wonder if the RF would ‘remind’ Harry of the ‘Official Secrets Act’ ?

    Should this book be published before Harry ‘escapes’ this farce of an entanglement with his wife and ‘recover’ (with learning about narcissism and his CPTSD) – how on earth is he going to think / feel? Once a book is published, it will forever be ‘available’. Unless, of course, he writes another book……

    Thank you, HG, for another entertaining video of ‘the never-ending story’ of the ‘Wind-Marks’.

  5. Truthseeker6157 says:

    I have to say, this thumbnail cracked me up. That really speaks to my sense of humour.

    I must confess that Harry is beginning to grate on me as much as his wife. I understand that he is fully under her influence. I accept that he knows not what he does, but still there is a limit. This is not cutting your family off or ignoring them. This is seeking to cause real damage to the family as a whole, before you even consider the royal institution itself.

    Charles is a narcissist. I understand what that means in terms of Harry’s upbringing. I can understand a need to speak out about it and I can see why Harry might seek to take down his father. As an empath I don’t understand how he is prepared to damage his brother, his grandmother and other ‘innocent’ members of his family.

    If I was after Charles, I would go for just Charles, I wouldn’t damage others in that process. I don’t envisage empaths embarking on revenge campaigns if they know that there will be collateral damage through the pursuit of that objective. That isn’t the way an empath would go about it. Empathy erosion would explain it to an extent but even then, this is prolonged and very narcissistic behaviour coming from an empath.

    Someone needs to buy Harry a bag of marbles to go with his Crayolas.

    1. lickemtomorrow says:

      It’s like Harry’s gone Supernova on his family, and everyone else except his wife.

      Aiming your fire in the wrong direction, hapless Harry. It’s called friendly fire.

      Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear to be accidental.

      1. Asp Emp says:

        LET, maybe his Supanova will be a very lengthy one? Or is he on a ‘plateau’ that will not ‘explode’ for a long time to come? When he does, he will ‘crash’, do you think?

        1. lickemtomorrow says:

          AspEmp, I don’t know what to think any more!

          I’m beside myself at times trying to imagine where all this might end up, and may need to begin regularly checking my blood pressure as a precautionary measure 😛 Seriously. I’m addicted to the drama of this whole thing. Who needs a soap opera when you have real life drama playing out before your eyes? Then again, real life makes it high stakes drama, as opposed to the imaginary drama of a soap opera. Though that could get your blood pressure up, too. We get invested either way.

          A while ago Netflix created a story which gave you control of the narrative and eventual outcome. I remember playing into it initially and then baulking at some of the choices which had to be made. At that point, I stepped away. Something felt inherently wrong about it to me, even though I could potentially engineer the ending I wanted.

          I can’t control this narrative. I can only watch it unfold. And that’s the way it is meant to be. While I can form an opinion about what I see happening and what I would like to see happen, the narrative is out of my hands.

          It might be time to pass the popcorn x

          1. Asp Emp says:

            LET, RE: “Who needs a soap opera when you have real life drama playing out before your eyes?” – exactly! Soap opera – laughing. I was in the local shop yesterday and they did not have ‘Hello’ on sale – either they sold it all or they do not stock it (giggling).

            I don’t have Netflix. You balked at the choices they offered? I wonder if it was an ‘internal’ yet unconscious reaction on your part as to why you ‘stepped’ away from being in control of the choice of ‘endings’ or the story? It is probably a bit like having to make a major ‘life’ decision that would have a ‘negative’ result, however you looked at it?

            It is interesting in seeing how and what is unfolding RE: the whole ‘RF saga’. We can only observe and pass around the popcorn 😉

          2. lickemtomorrow says:

            Haha, AspEmp, you couldn’t pay me to read “Hello” 😉

            Stepping away from the Netflix series related to the type of choices you were given. You had two choices, I think, and I suddenly realized I did not want to direct someone else’s life or story by making a choice on their behalf. Especially not the choices I was given. It was very negative overall. I’d much rather someone just told the story and I could decide whether I liked it or not. And overall I probably didn’t like the story.

            I can’t keep up with all the Royal stories right now. And I’m not sure I want to either 😛

          3. Asp Emp says:

            LET, I have never bought the ‘Hello’ magazine, ever. It used to be in a pile of mags on a table in the waiting room while waiting to see a doctor or dentist……..I have never been a fan of the RF in any case 😉 But I do enjoy HG’s videos on them 🙂

      2. Truthseeker6157 says:

        LET,

        I just listened to HG’s Jubilee Uninvited video. It makes sense that this would be a sensible move on the part of the Queen. However, if it was me, I would move to strip them of their titles. No titles, no invite, game over.

        If she leaves this to Charles and Charles eventually strips the pair of their titles, then this would be far more damaging to the monarchy. Charles is far less popular. As soon as he takes over, the monarchy will become vulnerable as it is, let alone with Harry continually sniping.

        It needs to be done now. The Queen is at her most popular, Harry and his wife’s popularity is at an all time low. The pair are not supposed to be making money off the back of their royal titles. Even if they claim proceeds of their recent endeavours have gone to charity, they are making money off the fact that these same endeavours are raising their profile and opening doors to schemes that do make them money. So they are still guilty of cashing in on royal status. If the Queen strips them of their titles after the release of the whine fest that will be Harry’s book, it looks like sour grapes. She has to get in there first. Take the titles and force the book to be written by the ex Prince Harry. Not so impactful, anything he writes will look like sour grapes on his part then. Either way whatever is in the book will be skewed in favour of his wife, which automatically makes it damaging to the monarchy.

        They are a threat to the monarchy, they have breached the Megxit agreement, the penalty should be that they can no longer use their royal titles. Harry felt trapped by his royal status, all good then, be trapped no longer! The Queen has dedicated her life to the Monarchy, she will surely choose its safe continuance over Harry.

        If a title is all that is holding that family together, and a title causes Harry to turn his back on them entirely and indefinitely, then there was never any way to rescue Harry anyway. He would never have woken up of his own accord. He was doomed from the minute he married his wife. Uninviting Harry isn’t strong enough, he’ll come out fighting. The Queen needs to go ‘all in’ in my view.

        1. lickemtomorrow says:

          Ha, TS, totally with you on “game over” and from my perspective it should have been over long ago. These two have been in retaliation mode from the time of the review earlier in the year which further separated them from the monarchy. That, I believe, was the prompt for the Oprah “tell all” interview. And Harry, at this stage, has fairly hitched his wagon to his wife’s runaway horse which ain’t coming to a stop any time soon, or ever.

          I agree with you on Charles, and also the popularity stakes. Now is the time to make the move. Like ripping off a bandaid. Just get it done. Poor William is going to bear the full weight of any mismanagement at this stage. It’s his legacy. Maybe Harry is resentful of that, or is it Harry’s wife who has been green with envy from the start, and who has now found a way – via Harry – to ensure that if the Sussex’s can’t have it (the title of King and Queen?) then nobody is having it. Maybe that’s what is really underneath all the manipulation and manouvering. Envy.

          Definitely cashing in on the titles and the element of status that goes with that. Which is strangely at odds with their ‘woke’ priorities I would think. They’ve named their daughter after the ‘captor-in-chief’, so how’s that for hypocrisy of the highest order? It’s what HG refers to as the narcissist facing both ways at once. Which way is it? Both ways. Like having your cake and eating it, too. Maybe those expressions were written with the narcissist in mind.

          And yes, knowing when to act is important. Too soon and you lose support, too late and you risk losing support as well. From my perspective, a more thorough response is long overdue. And no doubt the Queen would have majority support to do what needs to be done. The whole thing is on a knife’s edge and if not handled the right way could surely hurt the Queen’s legacy which has taken all of nearly 70 years to create. This is what I can’t understand. or maybe I can. But, Harry is so blinded that he’s willing to sacrifice everything for the illusion his wife has created. He’s destroying his own legacy, and that of his children, too. The saddest part of all being when he is finally awakened it may well be too late for any of them to fully recover.

          I was delighted to hear HG give a run down on the Queen’s legacy, btw.

          One more thought to share on the ‘uninviting’ … it might be more effective to invite (which I believe has happened), but ultimately deny them a place on the balcony. So, the Queen won’t have excluded them, but at the same time she will have put them in their proper place. Which isn’t on the balcony with working Royals who are supportive of the Monarchy. My guess is ‘her highness’ wouldn’t attend on the basis she isn’t being given recognition in accordance with her grandiose thinking. So, she would ‘uninvite’ herself. Personally, I also think it’s high time the lesser Royals retaliate and refuse to stand on a balcony with her or attend any events of which she is a part. Racism? No. Refusal to be manipulated by a mid-range narcissist who is trying to destroy their family.

          1. Truthseeker6157 says:

            LET,

            Haha yep, we see eye to eye on this. It’s funny isn’t it? Readers here tell their stories and I feel only compassion for what they are going through or they have been through. I don’t feel that way towards Harry. I do ask myself why that is the case and I think I put it down to the fact that I see his behaviours as deliberately malicious / damaging as opposed to reactionary / defensive. Yes he is being manipulated, yes he is a slave to raging ET, but even so, in my eyes he has crossed and continues to cross the line of what is acceptable.

            Empaths here don’t behave maliciously. They behave defensively. They might seek revenge against their narcissist at a later date, but they don’t target innocent bystanders. I think that’s what I don’t like. It does not feel fair. It feels like a person causing deliberate damage and to hell with who gets caught up in the cross fire. I don’t recognise that. Erosion of empathy? Fine, that still doesn’t give you carte blanche in my book.

            I do wonder if Harry’s Wife isn’t playing on something else behind the scenes. (other than the bench) Charles is a narcissist. That relationship may be far more toxic than we realise. In Harry’s eyes, this might be more about Charles than anything else. Harry’s wife would no doubt leverage this to her own advantage widening the scope of the target to include anyone who threatened her control. I don’t think HW is bright enough to want to bring down the monarchy. As a MMRA I think she is repeatedly reacting to threats to her control.

            Harry understands the monarchy, the way it operates. He has to be aware that his actions are damaging to the overall institution, for the moment he doesn’t appear to care. So if he doesn’t care, remove the damn titles! I can’t abide a hypocrite.

            Perhaps my own empathy is eroded. Or, perhaps we empaths aren’t as nice as we are perceived. Off with his head! Traitor! Throw him in the tower!

            Them were the days! Xx

          2. lickemtomorrow says:

            TS, we are totally on the same page here, and I can agree with everything you said. What is happening goes beyond any kind of defensive reaction. And it does appear to be malicious. I could compare it to a Supernova event in the sense of matching manipulations, but I fail to see any manipulations on the part of the Royals. I can only come back to the victim mentality encouraged by the narcissist. Harry is being encouraged by his wife to consider himself a victim – and that’s not to say he doesn’t have his own demons – but she is feeding the narrative with her own sense of victimhood, and she is the one he’s thrown his lot in with. Perhaps his narcissistic sense of pride has been corrupted in the circumstances. He’s not going to let the Royals, his family, get away with their perceived slights against them. So, maybe we are seeing a reduction in empathy due to a number of factors, alongside the corruption of some narcissistic traits. Harry has taken carte blanche, even if it hasn’t been given to him. He’s all about his wife, and not about his family at all. She is feeding his addiction.

            No doubt Harry’s wife is leveraging everything to her advantage and responding constantly to any threats to her control. Harry is caught up in this, as defender and protector of his narcissistic wife. Having his own issues with his family will have also given her the advantage. But who knew how many issues he had? Or did they only become issues after he met her? I can’t help but think back to the “bombshell” interview, and how he only became aware of how he was “trapped” after meeting her. She found an ‘in’ and she exploited it. Basically, Harry’s vulnerability around his mother’s death. She also fashioned herself after Diana. He was putty in her hands. Now she has hardened him. And that appears to have been obvious in his dealings with potential publishers of his book. They were actually taken aback by his demeanour at the meeting. How many of us become different people because of the narcissist?

            I also don’t believe Harry’s wife is acting entirely on her own. She has powerful people who have both supported her and helped to feed into the narrative. They have been supported both in terms of PR, via the Oprah interview, via the media. How many of their supporters have lost their jobs due to their support? How many naysayers have lost their jobs because they naysay what Harry and his wife have said? From my perspective it’s something to keep in mind. These two are not just acting on their own in my opinion, so where Harry’s wife is not capable – refuse to give her that much credit – there are others who are also narcissists and have their own agendas to ply which can also affect the situation.

            And those were the days, indeed, TS. The Tower looks ever more appealing. Let’s just hope the Royals themselves aren’t the ones who end up in it!

          3. Truthseeker6157 says:

            LET,

            You make some really great points here. The victim mentality. Harry definitely sees himself as a victim individually and a victim as a partnership with his wife. His personal victimhood stems from his mother’s death and his handling by a suggested cold institution which likely stems from his father. Charles ensconcing Camilla into the role of future queen will likely have pushed Harry further to the fringes of his father’s life. Similarly William, though William occupied the role of future King and Charles will likely have taken a closer interest. So there are two victim strands in play for Harry, his own and his believed defence of the treatment of his wife.

            We are led to believe that Charles was actually closer to Harry which is why he claims to be so hurt by Harry’s recent behaviour. I don’t buy that. Charles is a narcissist and plays his own game. It makes me laugh, I remember having a real heated debate with an ex about Charles. He rated Charles, said he worked hard, was good for the monarchy, had promoted organic farming etc etc. My argument was based on instinct. “I don’t like him, he’s fake, no actually, he’s sly and fake, not to be trusted.” Haha. Correct then, but hardly convincing. Honestly, I think I do spot narcissists a lot of the time, I just can’t always verbalise what it is that I’m seeing.

            Charles plays a smart game, other than his antics with Camilla and treatment of Diana, he has kept a low profile, gradually earned back a semi favourable public opinion. Good for him. Snake. Harry likely has very valid reasons for going after Charles, or, not being concerned about damaging Charles. A narcissist for a father would never result in a happy childhood. I wonder if this is clearer to Harry now that HW has removed Harry from his father’s influence. Perhaps Harry does now see more clearly in terms of his relationship with his father.

            I hadn’t considered other people outside the Royal Family as having a vested interest in the outcome of the fight. However, you’re right, there will be other narcissists within the Firm making moves and influencing conversations to save their own hides. Andrew must be quite happy to watch the shots fired. Senior staff will likely also be concerned for their careers.

            I agree, more pieces in play than just Harry’s Wife. Harry didn’t realise he was trapped until she told him. Definitely the narcissist at work. I wonder though just what separation has done in terms of opening Harry’s eyes about his upbringing. Difficult to say, his view will be so warped thanks to the influence of his wife.

            I’m actually not a royalist at all. I do very much respect the Queen though. Very much. It saddens me that she has to deal with a threat to her lifetime’s work, so late in her life. Such a shame. I also like William and Kate. I think they conduct themselves admirably and their love and respect for each other is genuine.

            As an aside, and a little controversial. Is it just me or does the Queen not appear happier now that she is without her husband? Yes she was clearly devastated by his death, yes, she has conducted herself with grace and dignity. Similarly though, she looks lighter, more free. Maybe that’s just me.

            Xx

          4. lickemtomorrow says:

            Hi TS 🙂

            I don’t believe Charles is hurt either, simply because if he is a narcissist then he is not capable of feeling hurt the way an empath is, though he may consider himself a victim. My God, the victims abound in this scenario! But, in terms of personal relationships, Charles feels he is being victimized by his son, who feels he is being victimized by his father. The eternal merry-go-round of the narcissistic relationship. In a sense we are all victims. I did see some old footage of Charles as a very young child – about 3yrs of age – attending an event with his parents. The Queen was very glamorous and, of course, focused on what she needed to do as she stepped out of the car on arrival with Prince Philip not far behind. What was incredibly saddening was seeing Charles as a little boy looking lost as he followed up behind his parents, no one seemingly focused on him and him being unsure what to do. No one took him by the hand to lead him in or even turned around to see if he was alright. That tore at my heart a little bit.

            Interesting you always saw him a fake. Which is no doubt true, as it is of all narcissists. I probably see him more as disconnected. Don’t ask me how that works out in terms of his relationship with Camilla. But in the past I sensed him as lost (like the little boy), lonely, a bit loopy (ahead of his times in many ways), and not much of a danger to anybody. He is just there. Kind of inoffensive. At the same time I despise what he did to Diana. So maybe you’re reference to “sly” is entirely apt in the circumstances. And lol to the “snake” reference. One of my favourites for any brand of narcisist, but especially the mid-range variety.

            I have seen some lovely images of Charles with his two sons. Harry seemed to be connected to his father in these and enjoying himself. As we know, that’s no indication of what was really going on, but they seem genuine. If anything, the only thing I can imagine with Charles is that he was disconnected from his sons. I somehow don’t see him as malicious. His actions now are more obviously narcissistic, in terms of his withdrawal from Harry, but who wouldn’t want to withdraw in the circumstances? Regardless of the narcissistic element, Harry is not earning kudos from anyone who supports the RF. There are some very mixed impressions which can be borne out of this whole saga. Even more so when you are aware of the element of narcissism underlying it all. In some ways, Harry is caught in the crossfire of narcissistic elements on both sides.

            And that leads me to my next point. You mention narcs on the Royal side and we can tend to forget about those, and possibly their influence. I’m dying to get to the actual normals and empaths with regard to their handling of the situation – William is furious (I’d expect that from a normal), the Queen is playing the long game (?another normal, but more temperate), Kate is keeping silent (what else can she do?) – though I’m really not sure who the empaths are right now. But a focus on the narcs will see things such as Charles assertion of control by withdrawal, and no doubt Andrew is rubbing his hands to have any focus taken off himself in the circumstances. He’s at the bottom of the popularity stakes, so no one cares much for him and he has little role to play in the future of the monarchy. I honestly don’t see him or members of staff being particularly influential at this juncture, regardless of narcissism. The only influence may be that of staff complaints against Harry’s wife. And these would appear to be honest. Can’t wait to see that part of the saga play out.
            At the end of the day, I struggle to see any powerful elements with regard to narcissism influencing the situation on the side of the Royals. The Queen obviously keeps her own counsel, and any end result with regard to Harry and his wife will be up to her. That’s my take on it, anyway.

            I think where I was talking about mixed impressions we also have the mixed impression of Harry’s intentions. Has he finally become aware of the lack in his upbringing? There’s no doubt there is trauma, and this has probably played out throughout his young life. I would not give any credit at all to his narcissistic wife in terms of either pointing this out or helping him in some way deal with it. She has seen a vulnerability and exploited it. Nothing she has done has helped him in any way to come to terms with his past or his deep personal wounds. She’s basically poured salt onto them. Anyone who attests to helping in his current situation is doing the same. Because they are encouraging his ensnarement with the narcissist. Which means his entanglement is becoming more severe. He can’t escape the narcissist (his father) by being with the narcissist (his wife). In that sense he is piggy in the middle between two narcissists. It’s clear in that sense who he is going to choose. If it will benefit his wife and her purposes for him to expose his father then he will write a book to do that. He doesn’t know he’s acting at the behest of another narcissist. That’s the sad part. And I see her as being a far more dangerous narc, and far more detrimental to him at this stage. It’s sad when you look at it from that perspective. It’s also a fact that many of us went from narcs in the family to narcs in relationships and royally screwed up our own lives. Perhaps I can have sympathy with Harry on that front.

            I’m not a Royalist or a Republican 😉 I’m a realist! And I can see the damage current events are doing in terms of dividing people. It’s become a cross-Atlantic affair, and no doubt stretches further than that. The Royals have tended to keep out of politics for the most part, but this whole saga has dragged them right into the middle of it. It’s so interesting to have the understanding of narcissism as a central plank in all that. It gives you a totally different perspective on how things are playing out.

            Always enjoy the conversation, TS xox

      3. A Victor says:

        I don’t think he can allow himself to see the true source of the problems, I understand him in this regard. I feel like he must feel pretty trapped and yet he’s burning bridges he will likely regret later. It’s hard to watch.

        1. lickemtomorrow says:

          It is hard to watch, AV, and my most recent comment in response to TS makes me realize how trapped he is – between a rock and a hard place. I remember talking here before about jumping from the frying pan into the fire when it comes to narcissists, and moving between them as a means of escape. It happens. We do get trapped. Like me leaving my husband and returning to my mother, then returning to my husband again – because which was worse? It was never a case of ‘better’. It was always bad. If I imagine that is what Harry is experiencing now, then he is in a very dark place indeed. With nowhere to truly turn. Unlike William, who has made a choice which will guarantee security for a lifetime for him, and his wife, and his children. It’s where the normals have it all over the empaths. We can see ourselves in these situations. And you’re right. We can’t, in the midst of it, see the true source of the problem. So we do burn bridges, thinking all along that somehow that will appease the narcissist and we are benefiting ourselves by doing that.

          Oh my, oh my, oh my. It is not going to end well.

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