Harry added: “Getting smacked with it made me feel bad about myself, the teacher and the Bible. However, the next night, I was back at it again, and I would break the rules again.”
The Duke of Sussex then spoke about a friend that he had during his school days, also called Henry and known as Henners.
Speaking of his friend, Harry wrote: “Skinny, no muscles and his hair in a permanent state of rebellion, Henners was all heart.
“Whenever he smiled, people melted (he was the only boy who spoke to me about my mother after she disappeared). But that irresistible smile, that tenderness, made people forget that Henners could be very, very naughty.”
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