Prince Harry
Prince Harry previously called out a royal correspondent for her headline during his trip to Nepal. Pictured: Prince Harry addresses the audience on stage on behalf of the Invictus Games Foundation, alongside the show's producer and cast members, during a gala performance of 'Bat Out Of Hell - The Musical', in support of the Invictus Games Foundation at Dominion Theatre on December 6, 2018 in London, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson-WPA Pool

Prince Harry put a Sky Reporter on the spot over her “Nepalese Virgins” headline while he was in Nepal.

Royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills said that she had to justify the UK news team for saying that Prince Harry had a meeting with “five virgins.” The confrontation between her and the Duke of Sussex made her realize that Meghan Markle’s husband reads and watches everything there is about him on the media.

During one of her conversations with Prince Harry’s press team while they were in Nepal, Mills asked if the future dad was having a nice time. The royal correspondent was told that Prince Harry was having a good time, but he also wondered why Mills’ headline was written as such.

“And I said, ‘Well, that was a headline that was put on by the team back in the UK. And he had met five young ladies and in Nepalese, their title did translate into English as five virgins,” she told Express.

Mills also reiterated the fact that Prince Harry reads and watches everything about him and urged everyone to be careful.

In related news, Prince Harry also made headlines this week after it was reported that his older brother, Prince William, told their mom, Princess Diana, that she should divorce their dad, Prince Charles.

The documentary “Prince William: Royalty In My Family” revealed that Prince William wanted Princess Diana to speed up her divorce process by agreeing to be stripped of her royal title. And even though the Princess of Wales will no longer be an official member of the British clan, Prince William assured his mom that she will always be his mother.

Prince William has always been protective of his mother. At the young age of 9, he booked Princess Diana’s favorite restaurant just to help cheer her up. The dad of three also pursued a career in the police force because he wanted to be able to protect Princess Diana.

Princess Diana, in return, relied on Prince William for comfort and advice. Unfortunately, their relationship was cut short after Princess Diana passed away in 1997.