Prince Harry’s autobiography “Spare”
After the Netflix documentary from December, Prince Harry follows up with his autobiography “Spare”. But is it smart to take stock and drop your pants when you’re barely 40? And is there really more to come? Or isn’t Harry just maneuvering himself into a dead end?
Meghan and Harry: exile duo who banished themselves.
Jean Claude GalliEditor People
Prince Harry (38) unpacks. In addition to cocaine and a little sex, his autobiography “Spare”, which will be released on January 10, is again about his great trauma: the death of his beloved mother Diana (1961-1997), which torments him to this day and together with the courtly constraints in the USA drifted.
But he can’t and doesn’t want to let go. On the contrary: he tries, fired by his wife Meghan (41), obsessively to keep the dictation and set the pace. It is hardly a coincidence that “Spare” was released around the birthday of his sister-in-law Kate (40). Presumably he also for the time around the coronation of his father Charles III. (74) At the beginning of May already prepared an explosive device.
Has he already fired the powder?
The question is, however, whether he didn’t fire his powder very early with the Netflix documentary from December and the current book – and what can still come. It is difficult to intervene in British state affairs from the USA. On the other hand, the couple is not involved enough in public life there to see signs, but rather an exile duo who have banished themselves. And the children Archie (3) and Lilibet (1) are still too small to take care of attractions that can be evaluated themselves.
With productions like the Netflix series “Live to Lead”, which has also just been released, in which Harry and Meghan introduce personalities like Jacinda Ardern (42), they don’t even lure a hyper-nervous hunting dog out from behind the stove in England. After all, the seven-divider reveals the sizes with which the two compete. And how far away they are from you.