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King Charles evicted Harry and Meghan after Camilla attacks in book 'crossed a line'

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King Charles decided to take Frogmore Cottage from Harry and Meghan after he became aware of the prince's comments about stepmother Camilla in his memoir.

It is reported that King Charles thinks his youngest son "crossed a line" with the attacks in his book Spare and was outraged by the slew of Harry’s accusations, such as his claim that the Queen Consort was responsible for leaking stories to the press.The duke also referred to his stepmother as "the villain" in TV interviews promoting his book.

The monarch then decided to take immediate action after he was told about the accusations by aides revealing details from the explosive book, writes The Mirror.It is said King Charles began the eviction process to remove Harry and Meghan from the five-bedroom Frogmore Cottage back in January - the day after the memoir was published.Royal insiders say that this has caused "irreparable damage" to Harry’s relationship with his father and brother Prince William.

Harry told of his fears that Camilla would turn into a “wicked stepmother”.Harry then admitted that he eventually only wanted Camilla to be happy so she could be less “dangerous”.In a TV interview, Harry added: “She was the villain.

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