Prince Harry expressed himself in Oprah Winfrey’s tell-all interview that he never rode a bike with her mother in her childhood. But it is confirmed that Prince Harry made deceitful statements to the world.
In March, a bombshell interview was aired of Duke and Duchess of Sussex with Oprah Winfrey. During that time, Harry made countless claims about his full of pain and suffering royal life and the whole royal family.
Among multiple stories he told includes a story about him not be able to enjoy his childhood as a child. As per Harry, he already suffered from media scrutiny as a young royal family member. Such interventions made claims that he could enjoy as a child and performed his activities that he wanted to. He mentioned that he never rode a bicycle in his childhood as riding with his son Archie is so special.
Page Six quoted the prince, “The highlight for me is sticking [my son, Archie] on the back of a bicycle in his baby seat and taking him on bike rides, which is something I was never able to do when I was young.”
After this statement, many images emerged online, debunking Harry’s claims about not riding a bike.
The images are taken by the royal photographers from the 1980s to 1990s featuring young Prince Harry, Prince William, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana enjoying biking outside.
One photo shows the royal brothers riding blue bicycles during their getaway in Sicily, U.K. Other photos show the royal princes with their father at the royal family’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
In the photo, Harry sat behind his father. A third photo was taken on Jan. 2, 1990, also shows Prince Harry riding the same bike while royal helpers surrounded him.
People showed their anger and pain for making false accuses.
One user said, “I grew up a non-royal average American, and I remember taking a “Family” bike ride exactly ONCE…it was fun, but not an everyday thing. A great memory…not something I would ever complain about.”
Another one added, “Can we stop with the “my family cut me off” routine. You quit your job! You don’t keep your pay when you stop working, even as a senior member of the royal family.”