KING Charles and Queen Camilla smiled this morning on their first drive together since Prince Harry warned he has more dirt on the family.
His Majesty was behind the wheel with his wife in the passenger seat as they arrived for church.
Both were seen smiling in the Audi and one photo shows the King waving as they headed to Crathie Church in Scotland.
It comes after Prince Harry warned he has enough material for a second book with even more dirt on his dad and brother Prince William.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, made the threatening revelation in his fifth interview to promote his memoir Spare and also claimed he wanted to "save the monarchy".
Harry said he was holding onto "some things that have happened" between him and his father and brother that "I just don’t want the world to know", saying his family would never forgive him.
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In one extraordinary claim, he said he wanted to reform the monarchy for the sake of William's children – but has been warned off by his older brother.
He said: "I know that out of those three children, at least one will end up like me, the spare. And that hurts, it worries me."
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph he also claimed he cut his memoir in half to "spare" his family – in what is seen as a veiled threat.
Harry said: "The first draft was different. It was 800 pages, and now it’s down to 400 pages.
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"It could have been two books, put it that way. And the hard bit was taking things out.
He added: “There are some things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know. Because I don’t think they would ever forgive me.”
The Duke of Sussex was yesterday told to "lay off" his brother's children, and the Sun on Sunday learnt William is "grieving" for Harry.
It comes after Prince Harry made a series of jaw-dropping revelations in his book and promo interviews about his drug-taking, time in the Army and his bitter family fallout.
He admitted taking weed, cocaine and magic mushrooms when he was younger, claiming he thought a bin started talking to him.
And he even suggested in an interview that his relationship with William may have been better if they took psychedelic drugs together.
He claimed after taking the mind-bending drug ayahuasca he finally accepted that his mother Princess Diana was gone and that she wanted him to be happy.
The California-based Duke already wrote about being knocked down by his elder sibling in his kitchen and revealed private conversations with his father after the death of the Queen and Prince Philip.
It included the now-King pleading with his sons not to make his final years a "misery".
He also insisted there was never a "Fab Four" in an ITV interview, explaining that himself and Meghan struggled to get on with William and Kate from the start.
But he was accused of blaming everyone but himself for his actions when he said William and Kate encouraged him to wear a Nazi uniform to a party.
Other sensational revelations include how he lost his virginity to an older woman in a field behind a busy pub when he was 17.
Earlier this month The Sun visited the field, situated behind the aptly named Rattlebone Inn.
Steamy details of when he had sex with Meghan Markle at Soho House after sneaking into the flashy venue have been revealed too.
He has also been mocked for writing about how he thought about his mother before applying Elizabeth Arden cream to his frostbitten "todger".
Meanwhile, he was slammed by defence chiefs for revealing his Taliban kill count during his time in the Army.
But the Prince insisted the revelation, which others said has put lives at risk, was to heal himself and help others.
He revealed he slapped his own security guard while drunk on a night out in Paris too.
Prince Harry is also said to have crossed the King's red line after attacking Queen Camilla on TV.
She was referred to as being "dangerous" and the "villain" who left "bodies in the street".
Queen Camilla was also referred to in the book as the "other woman" and Prince Harry accused her of sacrificing him on her personal PR alter.
Him and Prince William had begged his father not to remarry after Diana's death, he also revealed.
But in heart-breaking sections, he revealed how he was told about Princess Diana's death.
He also admitted that he only cried once after her death and told how he asked to be driven through the tunnel in Paris at 65mph so he could relive her final journey.
Spare was released officially on Monday but had been leaked earlier when The Sun got its hands on a Spanish copy.
One joker bookshop boss put the memoir next to Bella Mackie's bestseller How to Kill Your Family in his window.
Spare has set the world record for the fastest-selling non-fiction book of all time.
But Harry's memory has been called into question over several claims. At least six claims have been thrown into doubt and one is completely wrong.
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Yesterday an exclusive Sun poll suggested the British public wants Harry to be stripped of his titles for "embarrassing" and "exploiting" the Royal Family.
Last week his popularity slumped to an all-time low with almost two in three Brits having a negative opinion of him.
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