Prince Harry, who has been voluntarily exiled in California is coming up with his autobiography, titled Spare, which will detail his contempt for the British tabloids and his arguments with brother and heir to the throne Prince William alongside events leading up to his bitter relationship with his father.
The 38-year-old Duke of Sussex wants the world to know the “truth” about his childhood, forever marked by the death of his mother, Princess Diana. William once threw his younger brother to the ground in a row over the latter´s American wife, Meghan, according to an excerpt from Harry´s autobiography reported by The Guardian newspaper.
The British tabloids have been merciless in their criticism of the estranged royal, and 59 per cent of Britons now have a negative opinion of Charles’s younger son. The book will talk about Harry’s life journey unlike the Netflix docu-series which talks both about Harry and Meghan. Last month Netflix released “Harry & Meghan,” a six-part series that detailed the couple’s experiences leading to their decision to make a new start in the U.S.
He has earlier also criticized the royal family´s press offices, which he said often spread false information about other members in order to protect the royal they were working for. Prince Harry had previously spoken about his relationship getting bitter with his father, King Charles III and his brother, Prince William.
He revealed in a 2021 series on mental health, co-produced with the US chat show host Oprah Winfrey, that he had undergone four years of therapy to come to terms with his mother’s demise which was followed by his marriage to Meghan Markle. In the United States, he and Meghan have created “Archewell”, a production company and a philanthropic foundation promoting “compassion”.
“They’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile. I would like to get my father back. I would like to have my brother back,” Harry said in one promotional TV interview for his memoirs.