Prince Harry’s Memoir Goes On Sale: Will It Bring More Embarrassment For The Royal Family?
New Delhi: Prince Harry’s autobiography “Spare” finally went on sale in the UK on Tuesday. Some UK stores opened late for the midnight release of the biggest royal book since Harry’s mother Princess Diana collaborated with Andrew Morton for “Diana: Her True Story” in 1992, news agency AFP reported.
The contents of Harry’s ghost-written memoir, which will be available in 16 languages and as an audiobook, have already been widely leaked after copies mistakenly went on sale early in Spain.
What we know from the leaked copies
A claim from Harry that his brother William physically attacked him as they argued about Meghana
An account of how he lost his virginity.
An admission of teenage drug use.
A claim he killed 25 people while serving in Afghanistan with the British military, which earned him a rebuke from hardline Islamists the Taliban.
If the couple were hoping to elicit sympathy, recent polls appear to show that they are having the opposite effect — at least in the UK.
A YouGov poll on Monday found that 64 percent now have a negative view of the once-popular ginger prince — his lowest-ever rating — and that Meghan also scores dismally.