Ahhh, Harry’s truth. This time, instead of optionally wearing a marginally funny Nazi outfit to a costume party in the 2000s, back when nobody really cared about poor taste, Prince Harry was dragged kicking and screaming by Wehrmacht William and Kristallnacht Kate to the naughty shop against his will.

Not quite, but not far off. In extracts from Harry’s upcoming memoir, Spare, obtained by Page Six, Hapless Harry says: “I phoned Willy and Kate, asked what they thought. Nazi uniform, they said.”

He claims he was originally deciding between a Nazi or pilot uniform, but his big-bad...

Ahhh, Harry’s truth. This time, instead of optionally wearing a marginally funny Nazi outfit to a costume party in the 2000s, back when nobody really cared about poor taste, Prince Harry was dragged kicking and screaming by Wehrmacht William and Kristallnacht Kate to the naughty shop against his will.

Not quite, but not far off. In extracts from Harry’s upcoming memoir, Spare, obtained by Page Six, Hapless Harry says: “I phoned Willy and Kate, asked what they thought. Nazi uniform, they said.”

He claims he was originally deciding between a Nazi or pilot uniform, but his big-bad brother and Kate “howled” at the sight of him in the outfit, which won the impressionable prince over.

Harry then calls his brother by a pet name, saying: “Worse than Willy’s leotard outfit! Way more ridiculous! Which, again, was the point.” Hee hee hee!

The outfit donned by Harry was the desert uniform of General Erwin Rommel’s Afrika Korps and had a large swastika armband. Lol, right?

Describing it as one of the “biggest mistakes” of his life in the couple’s recent Netflix documentary, Harry issued an apology shortly after the 2005 incident.

Royal sources have claimed that this is a “pointless attack, that rehashes old news,” after royal historian Robert Lacey wrote of the incident in his 2020 book Battle of Brothers.

Lacey wrote: “Harry chose his costume in conjunction with his elder brother — the future King William V, then twenty-two, who had laughed all the way back to Highgrove (Charles’s country home) with the younger sibling he was supposed to be mentoring — and then onwards to the party together.”