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The real reason Prince Harry wrote his ‘truth bomb’ memoir has been revealed – as it’s already topped the Amazon charts


THE real reason Prince Harry wrote his ‘truth bomb’ memoir has been revealed.

The Duke of Sussex’s Spare promises “raw and unflinching honesty” – and is already top of the list on Amazon despite only being released on January 10.

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The real reason Prince Harry wrote his ‘truth bomb’ memoir has been revealedCredit: The Mega Agency
The book is already topping the charts on Amazon despite only being released on January 10

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The book is already topping the charts on Amazon despite only being released on January 10Credit: `amazon

The Royal Family are bracing for more Sussex ‘truth bombs’ in the book, fearing they will go ‘completely rogue’ – prompting ‘drastic’ retaliation from King Charles.

And now sources have suggested Harry wrote the book because he can’t spend his life trying to please the Royals.

An insider told the Sunday Telegraph: “You can’t always live your life trying to make your family or siblings happy.

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“You have to choose your own happiness.”

They said the book would ‘target’ members of society – including the King – when Harry addressed ‘genetic pain and suffering’.

It comes after a royal expert claimed King Charles could strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles over the ‘bombshell’ book.

Harry has reportedly barely spoken to his brother, Prince William, since news of the memoir emerged.

And any rift should be made worse if Harry returned to Britain to promote his explosive memoir.

It was revealed earlier that the Duke has to submit his new book more than once before publishers will accept it – sparking fears he has been ‘sexed’ with revelations that will rock the Royal Family.

Biographer Tom Bower has warned that Harry’s book Spare, due out in less than three months, will be “game-changing” for the Sussexes.

It could also affect the titles of Harry and Meghan’s children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, which are said to be up in the air due to the memoir.

Bower told The Sun: “This book is really decisive. I imagine King Charles was warned that any retaliation would not be pretty.

“All King Charles can really do is hold back the titles of his grandchildren Archie and Lilibet.

“At the end of the day, I suppose he could take the titles away from Harry and Meghan as well, but that’s pretty drastic.

“I don’t know what else he can do. If it’s as bad as I think it is, then Harry and Meghan have gone completely rogue.

“The best the family can do is sever ties with them.”

It was also revealed that Harry had to submit his new book more than once before the publishers would accept it.

And it emerged the Duke of Sussex had begged friends and ex-girlfriends to speak to his ghostwriter JR Moehringer.

The resulting autobiography Spare, a dig into his position in Prince William’s shadow, was given a January 10 release date this week after being delayed by the Queen’s death.

He was originally due out this year on a £35m deal, from which Harry received a £17.5m advance.

So he missed out on the lucrative Thanksgiving and Christmas markets in the United States.

Penguin Random House editors declined to comment, but it is understood Harry, 38, was asked to “revisit” several aspects.

It will raise concerns at Buckingham Palace that the book could reignite rows, including allegations of royal racism, as well as criticism from senior royals including King Charles and Camilla.

A source said: “The book has been back and forth between Harry and JR Moehringer and the publishers a few times.

“They wanted more than what was in the first draft, and then Harry wanted to refine things after the Queen died.

“But there have been additional back and forths that people don’t know about. This is because the publishers wanted more areas covered and more detail on certain things that were already included.

“There is a real concern that this means Harry has had to gender the book and include revelations that even he might not be comfortable with.”

The memoirs of the Duke of Sussex Spare promise a

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Duke of Sussex Spare’s memoir promises ‘raw and unflinching honesty’Credit: The Mega Agency
The memoirs of the Duke of Sussex Spare promise a

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Duke of Sussex Spare’s memoir promises ‘raw and unflinching honesty’Credit: The Mega Agency



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