Prince Harry has ‘plenty to spill in memoir’ with William ‘rightly concerned’

Prince Harry's upcoming tell-all memoir Spare is set to hit shop shelves in just two weeks time, and the controversial royal won't be holding back, an expert has claimed.

And it could mean that brother Prince William is already “rightly concerned”.

The book, which is going to be available for free as part of a trial to Amazon Audible, is rumoured to contain explosive personal stories about his life and upbringing in the royal household.

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And royal author Katie Nicholl – who wrote The New Royals – claims that the book, which has been written by a ghost writer, is going to cause major issues for the Royal household.

Speaking to OK!, she said: “I suspect we will hear more about growing up royal which will be very interesting and clearly his journey to find the one.

“Their love story will perhaps be retold – there is still a lot more he can say, there are conversations he can cover.

"Similar themes, the very title is very indicative of the thrust of this book, Harry struggles with being the spare and his frustration.

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“A lot has been left on a cliffhanger and there is a £35m book deal here so don’t underestimate the couple or their capacity to surprise and throw in a few more bombs just when you thought there were no more.”

Harry and wife Meghan Markle's much-talked-about Netflix series was considered somewhat of a flop by many royal experts, as claim after claim made by the couple were dismantled – with those remaining seemingly of little value to Royal fans and haters alike.

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But the book, Kate feels, could be leaving brother Prince William “apprehensive”.

She explained: “I don’t think the Royal Family are terrified by anything, least of all of what is going to come next in Harry’s autobiography.

“But concerned, apprehensive? Yes. Ready to respond? Quite possibly. Wearied by all of this


The Daily Star has reached out to Prince William's team for a comment.

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