Prince Harry’s book Spare comes out in the height of winter when many Britons are struggling to make ends meet. The Duke of Sussex’s publishing house, Penguin Random House, said the royal family wrote “unflinchingly honest” about their experiences as senior royals, raising concerns about potential digs aimed at the royal family. It will be published on January 10th and will be released simultaneously in 16 languages.
British royal author Gareth Russell told Royally US: It can be a life crisis and a really harsh winter.
“It may not land as sympathetically as it did in more prosperous times.
“People who think there are pensioners who can’t turn on the heat compare suffering and grief… If you were born into a privileged class, it’s the people who struggle to pay the bills.” It’s completely different from
“He’s the one who wants to get this off his chest.”
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The publisher recommended a retail price of £28, but UK bookstores Waterstones and Foyles have already cut the price in half.
Russell also suggested the release of the memoir could thwart the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s hopes of reconciliation with the royal family.
“I feel like the Sussexes are hoping for a year of reconciliation, and I think they hoped 2023 would be a smoother year by rebuilding bridges with the royal family.
“But the problem is that once something is out, it’s very difficult to get it back.
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Prince Harry, who released his biography last year, said in a statement: “I am not writing this as the Prince I was born to be, but as the man I have become.
“I have worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively. Wherever we come from, we have more in common than we think.
“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned in my life so far, and I am thrilled that people will read an accurate and completely truthful first-hand account of my life. I have.”