A teenage Harry found himself at the centre of many scandals and was well known for his hard partying and risk taking lifestyle.
But newly unearthed reports claim the son of Princess Diana was "furious" with his father Prince Charles over his handling of one particular incident in 2002 when an underage Harry was caught drinking at a pub near his school and smoking marijuana.
At the time, a teenage Harry was still reeling from the untimely death of his mother Princess Diana.
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According to Express.co.uk, the Prince of Wales took charge and brought his son to a drug rehabilitation centre in London.
Yet royal author Penny Junor said Charles never accompanied Harry to any facility and claimed the rehab visit was staged to make the heir "look good".
In her 2017 book The Duchess, Ms Junor goes so far as to claim Charles had "no idea what either of his sons got up to", and said Harry "bitterly resented being made to look bad so his father could look good".
Prince Charles with sons Prince William and Harry in Kloisters, Switzerland 2002
Fellow royal biographer Kate Nicholl said the fallout from Harry's drinking and drugs scandal also sparked the first "serious rift" between him and Prince William, who he felt "got away scot-free" with his own questionable antics.
Ms Nicholl also revealed the Queen and Prince Philip "despaired" over their grandson's behaviour.
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