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published : 2023-11-26

Prince Harry's 'Spare' Book: A Tale of Secrets, Rivalry, and Intrigue

Expert suggests that Prince Harry may have more to reveal in a potential sequel to his bombshell memoir

A photo of Prince Harry holding his memoir 'Spare' published on Jan. 10, 2023, taken with a Canon EOS R5.

It has been nearly a year since Prince Harry published his explosive memoir, 'Spare,' but speculation continues to mount about the possibility of a sequel.

Renowned author Christopher Andersen, known for his work on the royal family, believes that there is still much more for Harry to tell. Andersen suggests that the tension between Prince Harry and his older brother Prince William runs far deeper than anyone suspected, and there may be other instances of racism within the royal family that Harry has yet to divulge.

A picture of Prince William and Prince Harry during a royal event, showcasing their complex sibling rivalry, taken with a Nikon D850.

Prince Harry's memoir, 'Spare,' became the fastest-selling nonfiction book in history, selling a staggering 1.4 million copies on its release day alone. The book delves into the prince's troubled relationship with his father, Prince Charles, as well as his rivalry with Prince William and the death of their mother, Princess Diana.

In 'Spare,' Prince Harry reveals a series of shocking revelations, including his claim that Prince William called Meghan Markle 'difficult' and 'rude,' resulting in a physical altercation between the brothers. Harry also exposes a history of racism within the royal family, sparked by Charles' comments about what the couple's child might look like.

An image of Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, at an event, indicating her potential plans to write her own memoir, taken with a Sony A7R IV.

While the world eagerly awaits any news of a potential sequel, experts speculate that Prince Harry may not be the only one with a story to tell. It is believed that Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, may also be considering writing her own memoir to 'set the record straight.'