The Kardashians are no match for the British royal family when it comes to commercialising their family drama. And there's more juice coming from the royal (ex-royal?) quarters from across the Atlantic. In a teaser for highly guarded Prince Harry's memoir Spare, the younger British Prince is making even more startling revelations about his family.
The Guardian, which got a copy of Prince Harry's memoir slated for launch on January 10, 2023, revealed tidbits from the book which have never been heard of till now, even after the multiple tell-all interviews and whatnot by the Sussexes.
The latest revelation:
This is what Prince Harry says about his brother, Prince William, the next-in-line to the throne. So far, Harry has said how his brother and father intimidated and bullied him. But in his memoir, Harry takes another step further in revealing that his brother actually assaulted him.
What happened: The excerpt published by The Guardian is definitely damning of the British Royal family if it's true; but it's still damning of Prince William's image nonetheless.
The memoir and the interviews: In his memoir Spare, Harry talks about his childhood, life in the royal family, schooling, the British army, his mother - the late Princess Diana's death, his relationship with his father - now King Charles - and his brother and his marriage to Meghan. It also mentions a little about Princess Catherine or Kate (William's wife).
Prince Harry's two interviews are also set to release before the book's launch - one with iTV News and the other with CBS 60 minutes with Anderson Cooper.
Teasers from the interviews show Prince Harry saying:
Harry: The Interview, an exclusive in-depth discussion with Tom Bradby.— ITV (@ITV) January 2, 2023
Watch on ITV1 or stream on ITVX at 9pm on Jan 8. @tombradby #ITV #ITVX pic.twitter.com/MrFjLSCb9o
“Can you see a day when you would return as a full-time member of the Royal Family?— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 2, 2023
See Prince Harry’s revealing interview with @andersoncooper.
60 Minutes Sunday, on @CBS and streaming on @paramountplus. pic.twitter.com/LaRAtQYMkD
First, there was the Oprah interview, then a Netflix docuseries and a podcast, "Archetypes". Now, there are two interviews and an autobiography coming. But the question is whether it is the same old story or if there is something new to the tale of the Sussexes vs the British Royal family.
So far, Harry and Meghan have told the story from their perspective. And since the Buckingham Palace always refuses to comment, there is only one side to the story. One difference now is that the two interviews will be conducted by respected journalists - Tom Bradby and Anderson Cooper, who are (hopefully) bound to ask some pertinent questions to Prince Harry.
On the other hand, Meghan Markle is also reportedly planning a memoir of her own