Prince Harry might be happily married and celebrating his first Father’s Day today, but once upon a time, the royal is said to have been “obsessed” with Friends actress Jennifer Aniston.
According to US writer, Ian Halperin, the Duke of Sussex was “infatuated for years” and even called her “princess material” after she posed on the cover of GQ mag in 2009.
A new book and documentary on 50-year-old Jen claims that Harry got the actress’ phone number and texted her emojis, the Mirror reports.
“Harry was infatuated with Jen for years. He told friends she was ‘princess material’. He visited LA and was partying heavily with models there, ” US writer Ian Halperin claims.
“He told a close friend his favorite actress was Jen and got her number.
“He texted her and sent emojis. One source told me Jen was aware of Harry’s crush but didn’t want to lead him on because of the age difference.”
A spokesperson for the actress has denied the claims, insisting that “the claims are false.”
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Last night, The Duke of Sussex attended a fundraising concert for Sentebale in the stunning grounds of Hampton Court Palace. @Sentebale was founded by The Duke of Sussex and Lesotho’s Prince Seeiso in 2006 to support the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV and AIDS in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi. The charity is one way in which both Princes’ are able to keep their mothers’ legacy alive. Sentebale means “Forget me not” in Sesotho. Last night’s concert featured singer-songwriter Rita Ora and spoken word poet George the Poet (George Mpanga), and many other talented artists. Thousands came together in a celebration of African and Western culture to help raise awareness of Sentebale’s work in supporting children and young people in southern Africa affected by HIV. In the last 20 years, attitudes have changed as more people understand that the HIV virus is no longer a death sentence, yet there is still far too much stigma, discrimination, and lack of education surrounding the illness. Many people are afraid to access life-saving treatment because they fear what others will think. Thousands of children in southern Africa are living in incredibly challenging circumstances. Sentebale’s programmes not only ensure their basic needs – love, security and an education – are being met, but also provides them with the educational and psychosocial support they deserve. Since it was founded @Sentebale has supported hundreds of thousands of young people through activities including monthly clubs at local healthcare facilities and week-long residential camps. Support from the concert goes to the children of Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi, to help free the next generation of HIV by not letting stigma thrive off silence. To learn more about @Sentebale, please visit www.sentebale.org
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