The (british) Times had an ad on their front page today for Prince Harry’s journalistic debut. Sure enough, there he was on page 12, writing for their collection-of-random-thoughts People column. And yet the article looks like something i would write as a joke in an attempt to piss him off. At first i thought it was him poking fun at himself, but he just goes too far.
cf ‘Personally, i think France has been going downhill since 1789. I mean just look at the sense of humour failure they had when those stylishly dressed chaps marched over the border in 1940…’
cf wrt Prince William’s emailing of Britney Spears, Harry laments for his brother that she had ‘shacked up with a commoner and squeezed out a sprog’ and that ‘You never forget your first love. That’s what Dad says anyway’
the only vaguely suspicious thing about the article’s authorship is a note in italics at the end
Prince Harry was not speaking to Hugo Rifkind
i dont understand at all. is it a hoax? the times could get in a lot of trouble if it is
or did harry actually write it? i cant imagine why he would
am i being a fool and missing an obvious joke?
Update by Sir Stephen:Chuck has provided this link for your viewing pleasure…..