Prince Harry has confirmed that he has deleted many passages from his diaries, fearing that his father King Charles III and his brother William would never “forgive” him for any embarrassing information.
In an interview published by the newspaper “Telegraf”, he said: “The first draft (of the book) was different. It contained 800 pages. As for the book in its final form, it is only 400 pages. In this way, two books could be published. The hardest part was removing the clips.”
There are things that have happened, especially between me and my brother and to some extent between me and my father, that I don’t want the world to know about.” Because I don’t think they’ll ever forgive me.
The book, called “Spare” (“Spare” means “alternative”) had a huge flow in bookstores. And it is that the youngest son of King Charles III has revealed aspects of his relationship with his father and his brother, Prince William. Harry also told the story of how his brother William punched him after an argument between them in 2019.
In an interview ahead of the book’s release in California, where he lives, Harry also made it clear that he feels responsible for William’s children, George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4.
He also spoke directly to the royal family and asked his wife Meghan to apologize “because you know what you’ve done”.
“So admit it and we can all move on,” he added.
Buckingham Palace has been quiet since the book’s release, months before Charles III’s coronation on May 6.
Source: Al Ittihad
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