In Prince Harry’s new memoir, “Spare,” which finally hit bookstores, he wrote about the time himself and his brother Prince Williams rowed about whom Africa is his thing.
“Africa is my thing, you can’t have it,” was the quote highlighted by Bradby and attributed to Prince William, referring to a disagreement between Harry and William in which the latter claimed prior ownership over royal/charitable activities on the continent. The following day in the US, ABC’s Michael Strahan brought up the same point in his interview with Harry: “I know that Africa is very special to you. But your brother exerted his power to say, ‘No that’s my place. The elephants, the giraffes are all mine.’ Did you think that he knew how important Africa was to you and what you wanted to do, that he did it to hurt you?” – Nels Abbey