Why Prince Andrew took Harry aside and told him: You'll never be normal (2022)

Why Prince Andrew took Harry aside and told him: You'll never be normal

By Chris Hutchins

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Not many would have believed in 2002, when as a 17-year-old he admitted smoking cannabis and drinking heavily, that Prince Harry would become one of the most loved royals. Here, in the final part of a compelling new biography, we reveal how the Prince's fun‑loving, popular touch has become such an important part of the royal family's public image.

Few can forget the mesmerising evening when Usain Bolt won his 100m gold medal during last summer's London Olympics. An ecstatic nation was in party mode — none more so than Prince Harry, for whom the Jamaican athlete is a major sporting idol.

A celebration meal was called for, and the Prince knew exactly how he was going to go about it. Slipping out of his Kensington Palace apartment, he made a beeline for the nearest branch of Marks & Spencer.

There, in front of stunned shoppers, he piled vacuum-packed steaks, a ready-cooked chicken, rocket salad and cheddar cheese into his basket before joining the queue at the checkout and returning home for a TV supper with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, (right) told Harry (left) he'll never be normal

It was a shopping venture William could never have dared undertake. But it presented no problem for Harry, who has often stated his longing to have 'a normal life'.

But is being 'normal' a genuinely realistic ambition for any member of the Royal Family?

The story goes that his uncle Prince Andrew once told Harry: 'Look, you're not normal, so stop trying to be. You've got certain responsibilities.'

Not for nothing, though, did his mother Diana become known as the 'People's Princess'. And Harry's innate skill as a communicator at all levels maywell prove to be not only his personal secret weapon, but one for the entire monarchy.


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The Prince of Wales, says one aide, could have benefited from his younger son's help at the premiere of the movie Cold Mountain in 2003.

While being introduced to the cast, Charles asked Nicole Kidman whether she had starred in the movie Enigma — a role in fact played by Kate Winslet.

'Charles had not done his homework,' the aide admits. 'That's the sort of thing Harry could have helped him with. He's always up-to-date with such things and would have made sure his father knew exactly who he was meeting.'

Harry is a fan of all kinds of popular culture — essential for communication with as broad a spectrum of people as possible — with his one‑time favourite Jennifer Lopez now giving way to Beyoncé on the iPhone that goes everywhere with him.

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Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Tiggy Legge-Bourke arriving at Aberdeen Railway Station on their way to Balmoral

It is a sign of his growing importance to the Royal Family that when the idea of the James Bond stunt was first put to the Queen ahead of last summer's Olympics, her answer was simple: 'I'll see what Harry says.'

'Go for it, Gran!' he is said to have replied. And so the dazzling opening ceremony was given its ultimate talking point — and royal history wasmade.

The former equerry Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, who has acted as private secretary to Harry and his brother since 2005, is emphatic that the younger Prince's value to the Royal Family should not be understated.

'Prince Harry has his wild moments,' he says, 'but even so, the guy's instincts are 100 per cent brilliant.

'People used to say to me: “You really must find something for young Harry to do.” Now they say: “God, you've got to find some way the country can really capitalise on Harry.” '

Prince Harry owes his good manners and ability to get on with people, say royal staff, to the example set by his mother Diana.

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'She would often bring William and Harry down to the kitchen to say thank you after a meal they'd enjoyed,' remembers Darren McGrady, who moved from Buckingham Palace to be senior chef at Kensington Palace.

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Prince Harry with Prince Charles at polo in Cirencester in 1991

'Fergie was always trying to copy her. She would do it with Beatrice and Eugenie. But it was so obvious that she was just trying to be Diana. Plus, she'd get the names of the chefs wrong.'

And if Harry happened to find himself in the royal kitchen at the same time as his uncle, Prince Andrew, he would pull a face if the older man behaved in a way he knew Diana would regard as rude.

'Andrew always came straight to the point and told you exactly what he wanted,' adds McGrady. 'Whereas Harry had been taught to say “Please may I have . . .”, Andrew would bark: “Where are my mangoes? I want my mangoes!”

'I'm not surprised that Harry has turned out to be the same as Diana. She doted on him.'

Another positive influence was Frances Shand Kydd, Diana's late mother, with whom William and Harry spent idyllic holidays at her home on the remote Scottish island of Seil, where she lived alone.

There, the young Harry would marvel at the sight of his mother doing domestic chores she would never have been allowed to carry out at Kensington Palace or Highgrove. While she washed-up after meals, he would insist on drying. Her former protection officer Ken Wharfe tells the story of how his royal employer would even iron his shirts for him during such breaks.

There was much laughter in the house, he recalled in a memoir, when the bath towel the Princess was wearing as she was doing the ironing one time slipped off, leaving her standing naked in front of her sons and her protection officer.

While the boys burst into fits of giggles, Wharfe politely turned away as she picked up the towel and covered herself up.

Harry loved Grandma Frances not only for being normal, but also because she brought an atmosphere of calm with her when she came to visit the Waleses at Highgrove.

Despite the adverse publicity he has often attracted, Harry is increasingly learning from the behaviour of some members of the Royal Family how not to do things.

During his brief romance with the lingerie model Florence Brudenell-Bruce in 2011, he made sure he phoned for a minicab when it was time to leave, rather than have a royal limousine turn up outside her West London home.

And when he needed to get quickly from Gloucestershire to the Olympic stadium last summer, he drove the 100 miles or so himself, aware of the storm of criticism that has often surrounded Prince Andrew's decisions to use charter planes for foreign trips and helicopters to travel to golf matches — usually at public expense.

With his growing PR skills, and despite his very public errors of judgment — or perhaps even because of them — he is surely on his way to becoming, like his mother, the new 'People's Prince'.

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Prince Charles's 1996 Christmas Card. A relaxed Prince Charles at ease with Prince William, 14, and Prince Harry, 12, all leaning on a shepherds crook. Taken on the Scottish moors near Balmoral

Confirmation of his popularity came when the Queen made it known that she wanted Harry to go to Jamaica, Belize and South America last summer as her representative.

The men in suits at Buckingham Palace had shaken their heads at the idea. It was a vitally important year for the family, they said. The Diamond Jubilee celebrations offered an almost unprecedented opportunity to win back some of the popularity lost during almost two decades of royal scandal, and which had been only partially restored by William and Kate's wedding. Was Harry the man?

Her Majesty's grandson was a great chap for a party, they agreed. But would he be able to put his wild Eton years behind him to take on such a senior role? They doubted it.

The courtiers were, as it turned out, spectacularly wrong on all counts. Although devoted to the Army, Harry desperately wants to do the bidding of his beloved grandmother, whom he has promised publicly to help out 'whenever she needs me'.

'She said: “I hope you enjoy it. Now go and do me proud,” ' says Harry. Hedid both, wowing the crowds wherever he went, just as his mother had always done.

He'd set himself the challenge of being a 'joyful royal', a role he sees as being particularly suited to his personality and situation as the second son.

'He loves Africa and I'm sure that given the chance to live and work there he would have taken it. But he's very conscious of the fact that he has a royal role which requires him to live inEngland.'

A Palace source

And it worked. From Jamaica Harry phoned a friend in London to say he thought he'd 'really cracked it', and that he'd 'got a real handle on the royal thing'.

'It must have been around three in the morning where he was, but Harry was on the phone whooping with joy, flying high.'

His friend wasn't the only person Harry called back home, however.

'He was constantly on the phone to his brother, who was always there to talk things through with him and give him advice when he needed it,' says a Palace source. It was very much William who gave him the confidence to go out and do a job he had not donebefore.'

Three months later, Harry's expanding royal role was underlined again when he undertook his most high-profile solo engagement yet: representing his family at the Olympic closing ceremony.

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Looking every inch royal material, he made a stirring speech congratulating all the competitors and referring to the spirit of the Olympics as 'a magnificent force for positive change'.

His father, watching the ceremony on television at Birkhall, his Scottish summer holiday retreat, had good reason to be proud. Here was a son who could shoulder a hefty chunk of the royal burden that he himself had never been comfortable with.

In his private life, too, Harry is — excluding the odd well-publicised blip— showing increasing maturity. When you ask his friends what they most admire about him, it's his personal loyalty — sometimes in defiance of royal protocol — that is often mentioned.

His Eton friend Thomas van Straubenzee is particularly generous in his praise for the Prince's loyalty, and rightly so: he was talking to Harry on his BlackBerry when Thomas was mugged in London in August last year and the phone stolen.

When the conversation stopped abruptly, and having overheard the preceding scuffle, Harry drove to the area in search of his friend. When he couldn't locate him, he went to the local police station, where he found van Straubenzee reporting the crime.

The Prince gave a statement and offered to give evidence if the case ever came to court. It did, but the perpetrator was sentenced to two years in prison without any requirement for Harry to fulfil his promise.

'That says a lot about Harry,' says van Straubenzee. 'Any other member of the family would have thought twice about being caught up in a criminal case. But not Harry.'

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The question is, where does he go from here?

Once his Army days are over, what role will he play in the future of the monarchy? After all, with the forthcoming birth of a child for William and Kate — and the proposed changes to the constitution meaning that even a daughter would succeed to the throne — he will no longer be the 'spare to the heir'.

Harry himself has given the strongest clues as to where his future lies.

'There's a lot of my mother in me,' he said during a 2005 TV documentary about his much-loved African charity Sentebale (it means 'forget me not' — a reference to Diana as well as those he is trying to help). 'It's time to follow on — well, as much as I can — to try to keep my mother's legacy going.'

Two years later, in an interview to mark the tenth anniversary of Diana's death, the American TV host Matt Lauer asked Harry what he would do and where he would be if he wasn't a prince but a plain ordinary citizen. He got the same response as a number of Harry's friends have given me when I've put the question to them.

'I'd probably live in Africa,' he said. 'I'd like to spend all my time out there. As a job I'd probably be a safari guide. If I became normal tomorrow, then I'd help Lesotho more. But,' he added with what sounded like just a tinge of regret, 'I feel abnormal.'

A Palace source attempted to qualify his comments by saying: 'Yes, he loves Africa and I'm sure that given the chance to live and work there he would have taken it. But he's very conscious of the fact that he has a royal role which requires him to live inEngland.'

I understand, however, that during a visit to Lesotho in February, Prince Harry, who has openly said he does not 'generally like England', talked to friends about house prices and the location of available properties in thecapital.

'Sooner or later he's going to leave the Army,' says a friend. 'He loves Africa and would be quite happy to spend at least the winters there.

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'It would also allow him to devote time to working on Sentebale, which he is very passionate about.'

Few, surely, would begrudge the Prince the opportunity to do something which would make him happy — and which might achieve so much at the same time.

* Extracted from Harry: The People's Prince, by Chris Hutchins, to be published by The Robson Press on April 25 at £20. © 2013 Chris Hutchins. To order a copy for £15 (incl p&p), call 0844 472 4157.


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The Order today

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Who has been removed from the Order of the Garter? ›

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What is the meaning of Order of the Garter? ›

Order of the Garter in British English

noun. the highest order of English knighthood, open to women since 1987. It consists of the sovereign, 24 knight companions, and extra members created by statute. Also called: the Garter.

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Why is Andrew still Duke of York? ›

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Did Prince Andrew go out with Koo Stark? ›

Personal life. Stark met Prince Andrew in February 1981, and they were close for some two years, before and after his active service in the Falklands War. Tina Brown has claimed that this was Andrew's only serious love affair. In October 1982 they took a holiday together on the island of Mustique.

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After working for her parents' hugely successful party supply company, Kate became an accessories buyer with the British clothing chain Jigsaw.

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"William was originally going to take a group of friends stag-shooting to Balmoral, but decided he wanted some time with Kate. They are very much in love and want to enjoy their relationship out of the spotlight before they go public again."

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As for Princess Diana, she didn't do as well in education as the rest of the Royal Family and she failed her O-Levels twice. However she was rather good at deportment after she attended school in Switzerland. Benenden school in Kent is where Princess Anne went, and she walked away with six O-Levels.

How many A-levels did Harry get? ›

Prince Harry

Less academic than his brother, Harry's grades were never high but he did gain 11 GCSEs and two A-Levels; a B in Art and D in Geography.

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