Harry memoir 'hasn't been much revised at all' says Richard Palmer
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Despite previous claims that Prince Harry was rushing to make last-minute changes to his upcoming book, particularly following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, royal correspondent Richard Palmer stated that it looks as though the Duke “hasn’t much revised [the memoir] at all”.
Speaking to the Daily Express’ Royal Round-Up host Pandora Forsyth, Mr Palmer said: “I think what has emerged is that, you know, there were reports that it had been radically rewritten in the light of the Queen’s death.
“It’s certainly been suggested by, you know, that I think, the publishers or people close to the publishers that he hasn’t really been revised that much at all.”
Speaking about the January release date, Mr Palmer added that it is “a bit of a surprise” that it isn’t being released in time for the “Christmas Market”.
He went on to say that that would be “a really big market” for the book, adding that some extracts from the book “may appear” before January 10.
Ms Forsyth asked the royal correspondent whether the book will include “literally everything from childhood to present day”.
He replied: “Well, that’s the way its been sold, it sounds like that.
“All we really have is the publishers blub on it.
“They’re, sort of, saying it’s going to be raw [and] emotional.”
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Harry has sparked widespread speculation over the contents of the upcoming memoir.
The book was originally set to be released in late 2022.
Earlier this year, the book failed to appear on the publisher’s list of upcoming book releases.
This led to speculation over a potential delay.
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Since the title and front cover release, it has been reported that the hardcopy of Spare will be available in 16 languages.
Aside from the printed version, it has been reported that Prince Harry, himself, will read the memoir for the audiobook version.
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