After a dispute over Meghan, William struck Harry, as Harry remembers

The publication of Prince Harry’s autobiography, Spare, was eagerly anticipated by the entire globe.

Few people have made as many headlines for the international media over the past few years as Harry and Meghan Markle have.

The famous couple caused a stir when they formally stepped down from their royal duties, although one might have been excused for thinking they were doing so to avoid the spotlight.

Forgiven, but wholly incorrect.

No, Harry and Meghan have been anything but reserved when it comes to their desire to talk about their pasts since moving to the US.

The disclosures presented in Harry’s book, Spare, however, might make all that has come before seem insignificant.

It would be an understatement to say that Harry’s latest book is eagerly anticipated. He has been relatively honest about the traumas he hoped to flee when he and Meghan departed the Royal Family during the past two years.


The first was the infamous Oprah Winfrey interview, in which Harry and Meghan uncorked a variety of worm cans regarding the treatment they had received after being married in England.

The pair, among other things, accused each other of racism, and Meghan even acknowledged having had suicide thoughts. Interestingly, she also asserted that the Firm had offered her no assistance at all during her most trying time.


In fact, Harry was just as outspoken, declaring that he wanted to spare his wife the same fate as his late mother, Diana.

However, not even the most pro-Harry groups could have foreseen the tenacity with which he would continue the onslaught, aiming not just at the British mainstream media but also at members of his own family.


Only a few months after the aforementioned Oprah interview, it became known to the general public that Harry was composing a tell-all biography that would spill the beans on all the scandals from his time as a working royal that had been kept secret.

According to the initial press release from Random House, “Prince Harry will offer, for the very first time, the definitive narrative of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped form him.” The book is described as a “honest and fascinating personal portrait.”

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Harry’s book will be called Spare, according to recently revealed information. According to rumours, it may touch on Harry’s “spare” role as the second son of a king. According to some stories, the message behind it centres on the fact that, having gone, the Royal Family has “spared” him.

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