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Since the release of Prince Harry’s memoir “Spare,” there have been endless revelations about the royal’s relationship with his family. While there were a few details that answered long-held questions about his and Meghan Markle’s wedding, for instance, one specific beauty product played an interesting role in the prince’s story leading up to his exit from the institution.
In 2011, Harry went on “Walking With the Wounded,” a journey across the polar ice cap to the North Pole that benefitted military veterans. Though the expedition lasted 13 days, he was only able to join for four, prior to his brother’s wedding. When he got home, Harry says that he was surprised to find his nether regions “frost tipped.” In other words, he was nursing a frostbitten penis on one of the most important days in the monarchy’s history.
The product that he used to heal said frostbite, you ask? The Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream ($27). “My mum used that on her lips. You want me to put that on my todger?” Harry recalled in the book. But it seems the cream did the trick: he eventually healed.
If you needed another review before trying Elizabeth Arden’s moisturizing cream, let this royal recommendation serve as proof of its cult-classic status. Feel free to go ahead and press “add to cart” now.