Prince Harry has revealed he wants to be an elephant when reincarnated in unseen footage from his Stephen Colbert interview to plug his book.
The Duke of Sussex engaged in a quick question-and-answer session with the chat show host, in a segment that was not originally aired with the rest of his discussion of “Spare.”
Harry revealed in the eight and a half minute clip that he thinks humans reincarnate as animals when they die, and that if he could choose what he wants to become, he would choose an elephant.
He also nodded to his departure from the Royal Family when asked to describe the rest of his life in five words, to which he replied: ‘Freedom, happiness, clarity, space, love’.
Other answers included him stating “cockpit” when asked if he preferred a window or aisle seat, Gladiator being revealed as his favorite action movie, while also telling the story of getting autographs from the England’s World Cup-winning rugby team while ‘naked’. , with their cocks hanging out’.
Prince Harry has revealed he wants to be an elephant when reincarnated in unseen footage from his Stephen Colbert interview to plug his book
The Q&A begins with the question “best sandwich,” to which Harry replied, “A cheese and ham toast topped with Dijon mustard.”
He and Colbert then discuss the nuances between Americanisms and Britishisms, such as the different uses of the word “fanny” and different pronunciations of “basil,” “oregano,” and “vitamin.”
Harry says, “Riding or riding – where else are you going to ride?” before gesturing as if to cling and adding, “That’s going to be an instant meme.”
On the next question, he reveals that “ripped boxer shorts” is the item he owns but must throw away, and chuckles when the host asks him if they represent “good memories.”
He describes snakes as the scariest animal, adding, “I don’t like sharks, but at least they’re in the ocean, snakes can get anywhere.”
When asked if he prefers apples or oranges, Harry points to his hair and replies, “Oranges, duh.”
When Colbert jokes that “there’s something strangely cannibalistic about that,” the Duke replies, “You know, if we bite you, we’ll get gingivitis.” You secretly want to be bitten, don’t you?’
When asked if he’s ever asked for an autograph, Harry says he asked the 2003 World Cup-winning England team to sign his rugby shirt ‘after a few drinks’ after their victory in Australia.
“I walked around and said, ‘Jonny, Jonny, Mike, Mike, Laurence, sign my shirt!’
“They were all standing there naked with cocks hanging out. I got all 15 signatures and I was very happy about that.’
The Duke of Sussex took part in a quick question-and-answer session with the chat show host, in a segment that didn’t originally air with the rest of his discussion of ‘Spare’
When he declares that he would rather be in the cockpit of an airplane than in a window or aisle seat, the audience cheers and applauds and he clinks his glass with the host.
He then goes on to describe “my wife” as his favorite scent and jokingly points to Colbert when asked about his least favorite scent.
BetterUp is revealed to be the most used app on Harry’s phone, adding, “It’s a coaching platform. It’s the fastest access to mental health coaching.”
The audience cheers and applauds again when he says he “apparently” prefers dogs to cats, before making another shuddering gesture.
Finley Quaye’s Love Gets Sweeter Every Day is revealed to be the song he would choose if he could only listen to it for the rest of his life, before telling Colbert, “You need more love in your life.”
A labored exchange then ensues when Harry misguesses the number the presenter is thinking of.
He says, ‘Whoa wait a minute, are these the same questions you ask everyone? Has anyone ever had it right? Have you ever told anyone? Is there even a song you’re thinking about? Is it between one and ten? What do I win?’
Colbert replies, “You become known to people. What do we most want to be, Harry? Not only. You want to be known. Don’t mention it.’
Harry then rolls his eyes, exhales and jokingly pretends to speak into a microphone in his jacket and says, “Security, can you come get me, this is seriously awkward.”
The segment’s final question asks him to describe the rest of his life in five words, to which the Duke replies, “Freedom, happiness, clarity, space, love.”