Prince Harry didn’t make any changes to his memoir ‘Spare’ after Queen Elizabeth’s death, author claims as he was handed £100,000 to write a new book as his memoir ‘Spare’ goes into freefall (VIDEO)
A memoir written by Prince Harry is going into freefall after the Queen’s death.
The Harry and Meghan: A Royal Love Story, which was published in May, is selling at a rate of just 50 copies per week.
It’s the same story of Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle, which goes on to become a hot topic in Britain and the U.S., but when they first met they both found themselves on opposite ends of the political spectrum.
Since her engagement to Prince Harry in May 2018, the former actress and model has been called a feminist for her strong views against sexism.
However, it didn’t stop the couple, who are married, from taking a swing at the monarchy.
In December, the Duke of Sussex told ITV the queen should have been more accessible and has insisted that the Duke of Sussex has “a very different view… she doesn’t speak for the royals,” and that Harry is, “in good faith with us.”
Meanwhile, the prince will hold a press conference in the coming days where he is expected to update the media on his time with Meghan.
Speaking to the British Broadcasting Corporation, he said: “If you look, both Harry and Meghan have had, from the outset, very different sets of opinions; for them, it’s been a marriage between the two of them and for Harry, it’s been a marriage between the two of them and for us to be the first generation of a royal family and for us to have so many people as family members, it’s important for us to talk about it and take the opportunity to say something – because we have a lot to thank our family for and the support that we’ve had throughout our lives, even in difficult circumstances, and it’s important to acknowledge that.”
It’s the same story of Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle, which goes on to become a hot topic in