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Diana’s absence is biggest presence in Harry’s book

From losing his mother, losing his trust in his family to losing his virginity, Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir, Spare, leaves few royal stones unturned.

Prince Harry’s life story describes fighting his brother, taking cocaine, his love affairs and not wanting his father to re-marry.

It’s sex, drugs and rucks and royals.

But there is also a deep seam of unresolved grief, with repeated references to Princess Diana.

Prince Harry’s view is clear from the very outset of the book, in its dedication – to his wife Meghan, their children Archie and Lilibet, and “of course” his mother.

Nothing for his brother Prince William, his father King Charles, or his sister-in-law Catherine, Princess of Wales.

As an aside, it also reveals that the sparring brothers called each other Harold and Willy.

And in another detail emerging, Prince Harry says that he first found out that his grandmother Queen Elizabeth had died from the BBC News website on his phone.

The launch of this controversial book has been overtaken by multiple leaks and a premature appearance in Spain, which allowed media outlets, including the BBC, to get a copy ahead of official publication.

Source: Ghana News

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