Prince Harry Will Probably Get back to the U.K. to Promote His New Book

Prince Harry Will Probably Get back to the U.K. to Promote His New Book

The Duke of Sussex might be a prince, a multimillionaire, and fifth in line to the British throne, but, come winter, he’s simply one more writer promoting a book (though one that is as of now topping bestseller charts, in spite of its release being over two months away). With book promotion typically comes a huge number of media appearances, a book tour, and different responsibilities to sell copies of the work, and, as indicated by The Day to day Mail, Prince Harry “will return to Britain to promote his bombshell memoir Spare” as senior royals are “said to be bracing themselves for [the] book’s publication on January 10,” the outlet reports.

Reports say Harry could be in his home country early in 2023 to intent in writing the book, “which could see retaliation from the Palace, including stripping him and Meghan of their [Duke and Duchess of] Sussex titles, royal experts say,” The Daily Mail reports. The visit in the new year will “cast a shadow” over the regal family’s Christmas celebrations at Sandringham — the first since Queen Elizabeth died in September. Marie Claire detailed yesterday that Harry and wife Meghan Markle have no plans to be in participation at the celebrations, only fourteen days before Spare is set to hit shelves.

“Put it this way—it’s not going to make for a relaxing family Christmas,” a source told The Mail on Sunday.

Reports are additionally arising that Harry needed to submit copy for his book at least a couple of times before it was accepted by publishers, “sparking fears that it was ‘sexed up’ with revelations about the royal family,” The Daily Mail reports.

“The book has been back and forth between Harry and [ghostwriter] J.R. Moehringer and the publishers a few times,” a source told The Sun. “They wanted more than was in the first draft, and then Harry wanted to refine things after the Queen passed away. But there has been extra toing and froing that people don’t know about. This is because the publishers wanted more areas covered and more detail on some things that were already included. There is a real concern that that means Harry has had to sex up the book and include revelations that even he might not even be that comfortable with.”

Another source added “the book is much worse than people think.”

Another source near Harry let The Telegraph that he composed the book for himself, as opposed to involving it as a “takedown of his family.” Those familiar with the manuscript call it a “beautiful read,” and that the experience of tending to his past battles in the writing process has been cathartic for him.

“You can’t always live your life trying to make your family or your siblings happy,” the source says. “You have to choose your own happiness.”

Notwithstanding the written word, Harry will narrate the audiobook himself.

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