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One of the biggest errors in his life, according to Prince Harry, was showing up to a costume party in a Nazi uniform in 2005

Insider offers a motion comic of The Great Escape, which two comic book creators illustrated as a result of Princess Diana's passing inspiring Harry and Meghan to leave the royal family 23 years later.
When he was 20 years old, Prince Harry donned a Nazi costume, which he later regretted.
Presented as a motion comic, the reason Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the royal famil
Harry said, "I just wanted to make it right."
In a solo confessional during the docuseries without Meghan, Harry said, "It was one of the biggest mistakes of my life, and I felt so ashamed afterwards."
I only wanted to make it right.
A representative for the Board of Deputies of British Jews said in a statement at the time that Harry's costume was obviously ...
...offensive, especially in the days leading up to Holocaust Memorial Day, which fell on January 27, according to The Sun.
The spokesperson continued, "The board is happy that he has apologized for the incident.
Harry said, "Volume I of Harry and Meghan is available on Netflix, and Volume II will air on December 15." He added, ...
..."I could have just ignored it and continued to live my life making the same mistakes, but I learned from that."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's and Buckingham Palace's representatives did not immediately reply to Insider's request for comment.