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Spare, a ghostwritten memoir published by Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, is the talk of the town right now following its Tuesday release. Leading up to its release, it made headlines after a series of leaks for sharing intimate details about the royal family, which he recently addressed on 60 Minutes. If you’re one to keep up with the British monarchy, this page-turning memoir is available right now for purchase.
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Spare sheds light on the high-profile, yet illusive royal family in what’s promised to be an unfiltered account of his life. While the royal has touched on his relationship with his family prior, such as in his recent Netflix documentary series Harry & Meghan, this is the first time he’s spoken at length about his life and the various hurdles he’s overcome over the years.
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What is Prince Harry’s book ‘Spare’ about?
Spare provides a deeply personal look into the life of Prince Harry. From coping with the death of his mother, Princess Diana, at a young age to stepping back from a senior role in the royal family with his wife, Duchess Meghan, Prince Harry is pulling back the curtain. The book details Prince Harry’s experiences with cocaine use, losing his virginity, serving in the British army, and, of course, his marriage to Meghan Markle.
The book also delves into Prince Harry’s rocky relationship with his older brother, Prince William, which has deteriorated in the public eye over the past few years. The memoir’s very title derives from their strained relationship. According to Prince Harry, because he’s the younger brother, he was never in consideration for the throne, thus making him the “spare” brother.
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Where to buy Prince Harry’s book ‘Spare’
The tell-all book has hit the shelves at many retailers. While the title is available for immediate digital and audiobook download, it may take a few days to receive a hard copy if that’s the format you prefer. Here’s where you can buy it.
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