“Worse than expected”: Prince Harry takes on William


“Worse Than Expected”
Prince Harry takes on William

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have already made waves with their Netflix documentary. Harry’s autobiography will also appear in a few days. His brother William in particular should get rid of his fat in it.

The countdown is on: Prince Harry’s autobiography “Spare” (German title: “Reserve”) will be released on January 10 – and the royal family is apparently preparing for the next attack from its own ranks.

As British media claim to have learned before publication, the book is not intended to contain any harsh criticism of Harry’s father, King Charles III. Prince William but is to be attacked violently. So violent that insiders doubt whether there will ever be a reconciliation between the two brothers.

“The Times” quotes a source on Harry’s work: “In general, I think the book will be worse for you than the royal family expects.” Everything will be exposed. “Charles comes off better than expected but it’s tough especially for William and even Kate takes a little bit. There’s these tiny details and a description of the argument between the brothers. I personally can’t imagine how Harry and William are can make up afterwards.”

Lady Di warned them

Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan had already criticized the palace a lot in their Netflix documentary “Harry & Meghan” in mid-December. “Spare” could now cause further tension. In the documentary, the Sussexes attacked the British tabloids, among other things, but also criticized the royals’ cooperation with the media. Harry also claimed he was “yelled at” by his brother at a meeting in early 2020 to discuss his and Meghan’s exit.

In his autobiography, the 38-year-old is said to go into more detail. According to The Sun, Harry writes in Spare about what it was like for him to always play second fiddle. A source told the paper: “At the heart of this book lies a sibling rivalry between little brother and big brother.”

The book will reveal Harry’s “bitterness and sense of injustice,” it said. “The argument is meant to be discussed at length in the book. What makes it worse is that no outsider is divulging these private moments – it’s Harry who is exposing his one-sided perception of family affairs.” The insider said, “Your mother, Diana, always warned you that you should never fight because you need each other. It’s very sad that it has reached this stage,” the insider said, according to The Sun.

Is Meghan planning a book too?

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan resigned as senior royals in early 2020 and moved to the United States. Newspapers like the “Daily Mail” speculate that Meghan may also be planning a book about her time in the royal family. A Hollywood agent told The Mail on Sunday: “To be honest, I’d be surprised if Meghan didn’t publish her own story. ‘Spare’ is clearly Prince Harry’s chance to tell his, but hers is just as compelling . I mean, how many actresses end up marrying a prince?”

But another Hollywood insider warns, according to the newspaper: “We had the interview with Oprah Winfrey, then the Netflix series and now we have Harry’s book. You have to be wondering if the world really needs to hear Meghan’s story now. I would.” advised, I would caution against publishing a book too quickly.” There is a danger that a general “Sussex fatigue” will set in.



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