After Dominic West revealed over the weekend that he’s no longer friends with Prince Harry, more details have emerged about how Harry reportedly was annoyed that the actor said too much at a press conference about the “two-day bender” they and others enjoyed upon reaching the South Pole on a 2013 charity trek with injured military veterans.
During an interview Sunday with Times Radio, West, who plays King Charles III in the Netflix series “The Crown,” didn’t say much about his falling-out with Harry, only that “we sort of (lost touch because) I said too much in a press conference,” Us Weekly reported. The press conference in question took place after Harry and West completed Walking With the Wounded, a three-week expedition through Antarctica with military veterans, including some who were amputees.
Richard Eden, a columnist for the Daily Mail, reported that he had been told by West’s close friend that Harry was particularly angry about an anecdote the British actor shared. It had to do with how the trekkers drank champagne from the prosthetic leg of one of their comrades after reaching the South Pole.
“Harry threw a (expletive) fit,” West’s friend