Prince Harry dubbed 'a bad boy' over NSFW chat with Stephen Colbert as fans 'did not expect' wild turn on Late Show | The Sun

PRINCE Harry has been dubbed a "bad boy" over his not-safe-for-work chat with Stephen Colbert on the Late Show.

Harry appeared on the late night TV show to discuss his new memoir, Spare, which hit bookshelves on Tuesday.


In his book, Harry reveals that he got frostnip on a delicate part of his body and Colbert had no problem asking about it.

"You went to the North Pole and things got very cold," the host started.

"At what point did you realize there was a crisis in the South Pole?"

Ending the conversation about his "todger," Harry said: "It's fine now, thank you."

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In his memoir, Harry revealed he had a bespoke penis "cushion" made for a trip to Antarctica to protect him from frostbite.

He said he was presented with the custom-made device by a "close mate" ahead of a 335km charity hike for injured veterans in 2013.

Harry said his pal sent it to him after he suffered the aforementioned "frostnip" on his penis during a similar charity event in the Arctic in 2011.

The discussion prompted a massive reaction from fans.

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"Did you hear the story of his frozen private part? What word are they bleeping out? Harry..such a bad boy!," one viewer tweeted.

"OK, I did not expect that particular turn in the conversation. This Prince Harry interview is not just interesting, but also hilarious at certain points," another wrote.

"I wonder how long it will take for #c***cushion to start trending. Well done, Prince Harry!," wrote another.

"I know I was in love with Prince Harry from day one but I'm more in love with tonight he is funny … I was blushing," someone else tweeted.

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Harry also revealed during the interview that he and Meghan Markle were "forced to leave" the Royal Family.

He insisted during the chat that his family "always knew my wife was going to leave".

"We were forced to leave," Harry said.

"We left in 2020."

Of the attention caused by Megxit, he added: "I never thought we would be away from it completely.

"Our mere existence outside of that institutional control was still a threat."

During the chat, Harry also spoke about his "fractured relationship" with Prince William over the last "six years" – showing off the now-fixed necklace he accused his brother of breaking during a heated kitchen argument.

'BEST INTERVIEW'

Many fans seemed thrilled by the interview.

"Leave it to Colbert to give the best interview with Prince Harry," one person tweeted.

"The best,most genuine ,and entertaining interview. Better than Cooper or Strahan. Really down to earth," another wrote.

"The other two were too serious and asking the canned questions. Colbert seemed to actually like Harry," wrote another.

"That Colbert interview with Prince Harry was fantastic. Colbert was the perfect, only choice. Truly group therapy," someone else tweeted, referencing Harry's mention of feeling like the interview was "group therapy."

Many also commented on how funny Harry was throughout the interview.

"Just watched Prince Harry on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. I never realized how funny Harry is. It would appear he inherited his grandmother’s sense of humor. Can’t wait to read his book, Spare," someone tweeted.

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But not everyone was as enthused.

"2 WACK JOBS! Entitled Harry and No talent Colbert," one person tweeted.

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