In his candid memoir, Spare, Prince Harry shared lots of details about his previous life as a working royal.
The book has sold over a million of copies since its debut on last Tuesday, and it is anticipated to rank among the best-selling novel books of the year.
Harry made a number of assertions and targeted criticism at a number of Royal Family members in the book, including his father King Charles, brother Prince William, Kate Middleton, and his stepmother Camilla. Additionally, Harry has included details on Prince George and his first-time experience with his eldest nephew.
Harry believes that before George was born, he imagined what it would be like to watch George grow up. Sadly, since then, things haven’t gone as they were planned, and now, a royal expert worries that the information Harry provided in Spare might harm George in the future.
On July 22, 2013, William and Kate announced the birth of Prince George, the future king of England, as they left St. Mary’s Hospital. It looks like only yesterday.
There have been many events since then.
William and Kate required additional space after the birth of George. This required relocating to Kensington Palace. While all was going on, Harry relocated to Nottingham Cottage, which was right next door to his new house of his brother.
But it didn’t take him long to sense that something wasn’t right. The Duke wrote in his autobiography about how happy he was to have settled into Nottingham Cottage, which was close to Kensington Palace. Or, as he put it, “half a football pitch away” from his home, where he also regularly heard William and Kate’s nanny push the stroller.
He remarked that while it was “great to be out of the previous place,” living in front of Willy and Kate was “much better,” and he “could see myself dropping out.”
He visited Kate and Harry in his dreams hung out with George, and “threw himself on the floor” to wrestle with his nephew.
The truth was entirely different said Harry.
“I assumed that at any time, I would receive an invitation to their house. But the days passed and nothing materialised,” he explains. “I get it,” I thought. They are active! establishing a family Or perhaps three is too many. Maybe things will change if I get married.
Since the notorious Oprah interview in 2020, Harry and Meghan have been quite vocal about what they think of the royal family. They continued to lament their royal existence in December after the debut of their new Netflix documentary series.