In London's Soho House, Prince Harry describes his sexy hotel encounter with Meghan Markle
Prior to their wedding, Prince Harry shared a particularly passionate moment with Meghan Markle.
When describing a hot date with Meghan Markle in 2016, Prince Harry didn't leave much to the imagination.
The Duke of Sussex reportedly revealed that he and the now-41-year-old former Suits actress had a passionate private tryst at Soho House in London in yet another excerpt from his new memoir Spare.
The US Sun claims that the passage describes Harry sneaking into the hotel, meeting up with Meghan's friend Vanessa, and then using a freight lift to get to her.
According to the outlet, he claimed that her arms were extended toward me.
She swiftly pulled me inside, thanked her friend, and slammed the door before anyone could react. I want to say that we put a "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door, but I don't think there was time.
And it didn't stop there; the controversial prince, 38, recalled that the following morning when room service came, he amusingly hid under the covers.
The hotel assistant manager who delivered the meal unintentionally struck up a conversation with Meghan even though she was urging him to use the bathroom, he continued to write.
Harry came to the memory that despite being sweet, his most recent admission about his personal life and the royal family was not made while he was paying attention to the lump in the shape of a prince under the duvet.
Additionally, he has made claims that his stepmother Queen Consort Camilla is "dangerous," shared a tense text exchange between Meghan and Princess Kate Middleton ...
...prior to their wedding, and shared an alleged encounter with his brother Prince William, 40, in which he claims the latter knocked him to the ground.
Additionally, in a wrenching interview with 60 Minutes, Harry admitted that he had tried to make himself cry by watching videos ...
...of his late mother, Princess Diana, and that he had failed to say goodbye to his ailing grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
It's also important to note that his Netflix docuseries Harry and Meghan, which has its own share of eye-opening revelations, debuted in December and that the book's release on Tuesday, January 10 comes right after it.
Archie and Lilibet, the couple's two children, were born after their May 2018 nuptials.