Earlier, in an interview with The Telegraph, royal author Tina Brown opened up about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s relationship. Brown claimed Harry’s “whole personality changed” since meeting the former actress, and deemed Harry “handed down” at age 41.
Last week, the title of Harry’s memoir and the cover of the official book were revealed.
The title of the book is “Spare”, a play on the phrase “The Heir and the Spare”.
The 416-page memoir promises “raw, unflinching honesty” and will be released on January 10, 2023.
Penguin Random House, the publisher chosen for the book, said the memoir will contain Harry’s full account of his decision to step down as senior royal in 2020 and his move to America. It warns that it will
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Earlier this year, the book did not appear on the publisher’s list of upcoming releases, leading to speculation of a delay.
According to previous reports, Harry was desperate to make last-minute changes to the book, especially after the death of his beloved grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in September.
It is unknown if these changes were allowed.
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