Prince Harry (38) is afraid of snakes and has big plans. This was revealed by the son of King Charles III who emigrated to the USA. (74) now Stephen Colbert (58). A few weeks after the Duke of Sussex sat down with the US presenter in front of a live audience to discuss his autobiography "Spare" (German title "Reserve"), the questions segment of "The Late Show" is now running. with him. In the recorded clip, which can also be seen on Twitter, among other things, Prince Harry Colberts answers 15 questions that he had previously asked a number of celebrities such as Michelle Obama (59), Cate Blanchett (53), Bono (62) and Robert De Niro (79) had asked.
When asked what he likes to smell most, the royal replied charmingly: "My wife". Not only Duchess Meghan (41) was happy about the compliment in front of the screen, Colbert's audience was also enthusiastic.
Harry also revealed during the Q&A that he should probably get rid of his "torn boxers" and that he asked the England rugby team for autographs at the 2003 World Cup final. Viewers also learned that the Duke of Sussex is afraid of snakes: he doesn't like sharks either, but at least they stayed in the sea. "Snakes can go anywhere."
The presenter then asked Prince Harry what five words would best describe the rest of his life. The 38-year-old's response: "Freedom, happiness, clarity, space, love."
At the beginning of January, when the royal was a guest on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", he had already revealed that he was watching the Netflix series "The Crown". The TV show fictionally follows the life of Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) and her family.
"Yeah, I've seen some of The Crown," he said. Apparently he has already watched the new episodes. He knows "the older stuff and the newer stuff," said Harry, who then joked about fact-checking the series when he watches it.