When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the decision to quit the Royal Family, they stated that they wanted greater independence and the opportunity to give their children more options in life than they would have had as royals.
In his candid memoir Spare, Harry discussed his own upbringing in the royal world—a life that, in the end, was obviously not for him.
As implied by the title of his book, Harry made note in it of his perception that he was the “spare” family member. He even asserts that he was born aware in case his older brother William required an organ or blood donation.
Harry was certainly second in line to William, just like William and Kate’s youngest son, Prince Louis, and daughter, Princess Charlotte, are. Harry now expresses anxiety that the two siblings will “end up” like him in an interview with The Telegraph.
Harry’s novel Spare has evoked visceral responses. Regardless of what readers may believe, it has unquestionably brought the Prince back into the spotlight.
Although it was reported that he received $20 million for the book contract alone, his publisher Penguin Random House is expected to earn much more.
A royal expert has criticised Prince George, Harry’s youngest nephew, for being included in the book. Harry claimed that he was not invited to William and Kate’s house to spend time with Prince George after the baby was born.
But it didn’t stop there. He also revealed that Princess Charlotte had cried throughout the wedding of Meghan. Harry’s critics frequently claimed that by doing this, he had violated Charlotte’s privacy.
Harry once more decided to talk about William and Kate’s three children in an interview for his book with The Telegraph.
“I was born into the world to give backup, distraction, diversion, and, if required, a spare part in case something happened to Willy,” Harry added. kidney, maybe. transfusion of blood. bone marrow speck.
From the beginning of my life’s journey, this was all made plainly obvious to me and was repeated frequently after that.