PRINCE Harry’s former Nazi uniform shame is to be recreated in the next series of The Crown, we can reveal.
Netflix will feature the “native and colonial” fancy dress bash where he dressed as a member of Rommel’s Afrika Korps.
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ReutersThe Sun’s ‘Harry The Nazi’ Page One scoop from January 2005[/caption]
Harry is played by Luther Ford in The Crown’s series six while Ed McVey is WillsSplash
Harry, then 20, also had a swastika symbol on his arm as shown in The Sun’s “Harry The Nazi” Page One scoop from January 2005.
The party, held by Olympic showjumper Richard Meade, and its fall-out will feature in series six of The Crown later this year, we understand.
An insider said: “It is one of the most shameful incidents in Harry’s life and one that he finally addressed in December.
“Older generations will remember The Sun’s ‘Harry The Nazi’ story and photo but this past episode in Harry’s life may come as news to Netflix’s many younger viewers.
“In more recent times, Harry has made claims about racism in the UK and unconscious bias in the Royal Family on Netflix. It is kind of ironic that Netflix is the one to bring up this incident.”
Harry is played by Luther Ford in The Crown’s series six while Ed McVey is Wills.
In his memoir, Spare, Duke of Sussex Harry claims Wills and Kate “howled” with laughter when they saw his Nazi kit.
His written account is said to be strongly disputed within senior royal circles.
Just four years after his Nazi gaffe, Harry apologised for referring to a fellow Sandhurst cadet as “our little P*ki friend, Ahmed”.
He also called another “raghead”.
Netflix, meanwhile, has declined to comment.