Prince Harry says he shopped at TK Maxx Sales, the company replies, then fans shout out the statement

Prince Harry recounts his bargain-hunting days in a section of his new memoir “spare part.”

The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex says he used to shop at TK Maxx, the UK equivalent of TJ Maxx.

“For my everyday clothes, I would go to discounter TK Maxx. I especially liked their annual sale when they were filled with Gap or J.Crew items, items that were just off-season or slightly damaged,” he wrote in the book.

He added: “If I found something promising, I’d hold it to my chest or legs and stand in front of a mirror. I’ve never dabbled in color or style, much less gone near a dressing room. If it looked nice and cozy, it went in the bucket. If I was on the fence about this I would ask [bodyguard] Billy the Rock. He loved working part-time as my stylist.”

TK Maxx has responded to the comments, but fans are calling out the company for what they said.

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“Although we’re excited Prince Harry is a big fan, we thought we should explain that we don’t actually do sales. Instead, we offer great value, style and savings all year round,” said a store spokesman Daily express.

Fans called out the company on Twitter share photos of all the sales they have promoted over the years.

Also in the book Prince Harry talks about how he felt Kate Middleton after they first meet.

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