Prince Harry went through a rebel phase as a teenager following the death of his mother, Princess Diana. This contrasted sharply with his brother, Prince William, who was following a "different path", excelling at school and aligning with more remarkable children.
Prince Harry was naturally devastated by the death of his mother
Prince Harry took his mother's death "very hard," according to
biographer Duncan Larcombe, who noted that the young prince dismissed
authority, trailed with "boys who often had problems" and was not
his school homework as a way to express his "pain and sorrow".
Princess Diana died in a tragic accident while Prince Harry was only 12 years old. This defeat led him to call a rebel team, which "gave Harry the freedom to react like any teenager who would never have a chance to excel in his studies".
In his book Prince Harry: the inner storyLarcombe wrote: "He has become rebellious. In fact, he reveled in being the clown of the class.
Larcombe said, "Rather than bonding with other sitting students
at the front of the class, delivered his homework on time and studied hard
for exams, Harry chooses a different path. He chose to sit at the back of the
class, rarely finished his homework on time and the least said of his exams
Prince Harry was often "pushing to the extreme"
One of his classmates confirmed this rumor: "Harry was a rebel. His protection officers were always in the background and everyone knew who he was. But other than that, you'll never know that he's royal and that he's also a dean. "
The classmate continued, "He was gravitating toward the other
boys who often had problems, who did not seem to care about continuing
school work. Harry seemed to consider that Eton wanted to entertain himself. he
always played the crazy and even then had a way to act, go a little
further than anyone.
Despite his wild manners, the schoolmate noted, "He was very
popular and even the teachers loved him. He had this way of messing around
and push it to the limit without disturbing the masters enough to get into
real problems. "
The schoolmate added: "His group of friends was very similar but Harry was definitely the leader."
Prince Harry had more faux pas
His years of rebellion did not end at school, he continued to have missteps, photographed with stimulants at the age of 17, who took him to a detox clinic for a day. In August 2012, Prince Harry made the headlines of a nude party party in Las Vegas.
In an interview with Newsweek in 2017, Harry explained that he had finally changed his life, noting: "My search began when I was about 20 years old. I needed to fix the mistakes I was making. Part of that involved getting the help of a professional at the suggestion of his brother, Prince William.
He explained, "My mother died when I was very young. I did not want to be in the position I was in, but I finally pulled my head out of the sand, started listening to people and decided to use my role for good. I am now excited and energetic and love charities, meet people and make them laugh. "