Harry and William ‘will NEVER reconcile after his book,’ says source

Prince Harry’s upcoming autobiography is said to be so cutting on his brother William that the couple may not be able to reconcile their differences after its release on January 10.

The highly anticipated Prince Harry memoir will be titled 'Spare' and will be released on January 10, publisher Penguin Random House has confirmed.

The highly anticipated Prince Harry memoir will be titled ‘Spare’ and will be released on January 10, publisher Penguin Random House has confirmed.

The book, titled Spare, will reportedly see King Charles III escape harsh criticism.

But it’s so difficult for the Prince of Wales that experts fear the sibling relationship, which has strained considerably since Harry and Meghan Markle announced they were stepping down from their royal duties, will not recover.

A source told the Sunday Times: “Overall I think the book [will be] worse for them than the Royal Family expects.

Everything is exposed. Charles comes off better than he expected, but he’s tough on William in particular, and even Kate takes a bit of a volley.

There are these minute details and a description of the fight between the brothers. I personally can’t see how Harry and William will be able to reconcile after this.

Britain's Prince William and Britain's Prince Harry walk side by side after viewing floral tributes for the late Queen Elizabeth II outside Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England, Saturday, September 10, 2019. 2022

Britain’s Prince William and Britain’s Prince Harry walk side by side after viewing floral tributes for the late Queen Elizabeth II outside Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England, Saturday, September 10, 2019. 2022

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex attend a service marking the centenary of the First World War Armistice at the Abbey of Westminster on November 11, 2018.

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex attend a service marking the centenary of the First World War Armistice at the Abbey of Westminster on November 11, 2018.

Harry’s tell-all story was written with JR Moehringer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who previously penned the biography of American tennis star Andre Agassi.

The Duke of Sussex will personally narrate the audiobook version of the memoir and donate part of the proceeds from the work to charity.

The book will be published just weeks after he and his wife Meghan published his Netflix series detailing their relationship and separation from the royal familywhile reports have surfaced that Meghan is also planning to release her own explosive memoir.

According to a source, the Duchess of Sussex “is contemplating being completely candid about her time in the royal spotlight…and leaving no stone unturned.”

In 2021, the couple reportedly signed a four-book deal with publisher Penguin Random House.

Prince Harry is said to have received a $20 million advance for Spare. Meghan has already launched her children’s book The Bench with the same publisher, and the couple are rumored to be working on a ‘wellness’ book.

The mysterious fourth book is now believed to be Meghan’s autobiography.

Prince Harry's book, Spare, will be published on Tuesday, January 10.

Prince Harry’s book, Spare, will be published on Tuesday, January 10.

The Duchess of Sussex, pictured with her husband, plans to write her own autobiography that will “leave no stone unturned” about life as a royal according to sources in Hollywood.

A bestselling memoir would place Meghan in a well-worn American political tradition, amid much speculation that she may have ambitions for elected office, given her outspoken views on women’s rights and other issues.

A Hollywood agent told The Mail on Sunday: “I’d be surprised if Meghan didn’t publish her own story, to be honest.” Spare is clearly Prince Harry’s chance to tell his own, but hers is just as compelling. I mean, how many actresses end up marrying a prince?

The source added: “If she harbors political ambitions, it would make even more sense,” noting that Presidents Clinton, Obama and Trump wrote books outlining their beliefs before making their bids for the White House.

The Duchess, a Democrat, has become close with America’s ‘political royalty’, the Kennedy family, and was honored with her husband last month with an award from the nonprofit Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights.

The organization’s leader, Kerry Kennedy, a niece of former US President John F. Kennedy, said the Sussexes received the award for their stand against “structural racism” within the Royal Family.

A bestselling memoir would place Meghan in a well-worn American political tradition, amid much speculation that she may have ambitions for elected office, given her outspoken views on women's rights and other issues.

A bestselling memoir would place Meghan in a well-worn American political tradition, amid much speculation that she may have ambitions for elected office, given her outspoken views on women’s rights and other issues.

A Hollywood agent told The Mail on Sunday:

A Hollywood agent told The Mail on Sunday: “I’d be surprised if Meghan didn’t publish her own story, to be honest.” Spare is clearly Prince Harry’s chance to tell his own, but hers is just as compelling. I mean, how many actresses end up marrying a prince?

The agent added:

The agent added: “If she harbors political ambitions, it would make even more sense,” the source added, noting that Presidents Clinton, Obama and Trump wrote books expounding their beliefs before launching their White House bids.

Meghan is also good friends with feminist icon Gloria Steinem, who is still heavily involved in liberal politics. A friend of Ms Steinem said: “Meghan has views that are very aligned with Gloria’s in terms of social justice and women’s rights.” Gloria encourages her to make her voice heard.’

But some have warned that the Sussexes may be in danger of overexposure.

A senior Hollywood executive said: “We had the Oprah Winfrey interview, then the Netflix series and now we have the Harry book.” Do you have to wonder if the world really needs to hear Meghan’s story right now? If she were advising you, she would warn you not to publish a book too quickly because there is a very real danger that people will start to experience ‘Sussex fatigue’.

“There comes a point where people can feel like they’ve heard the same stories too many times. They have to change the narrative at some point and focus on the future instead of past transgressions.’

Meanwhile, Harry’s book has been pegged as written with “raw, unflinching honesty.”

The duke will launch an advertising campaign next Sunday with an interview on America’s flagship show 60 Minutes.

He will also be interviewed by ITV’s Tom Bradby in the UK.

Author: Rajat Rana

I'm Rajat Rana, born and brought up in Hamirpur - Himachal Pradesh. I have completed my graduation in the field of Computer Science and presently pursuing Masters in Computer Application. I am associated with Elite News as an Editor in Chief, since 2021. I take care of all the news operations like content, budget, hiring and policy making. Please feel free to contact me for any feedback/suggestions or further assistance. I'm available at: rajatrana@elitenews.in

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