The title of Prince Harry’s memoir, which will come out in January, is Spare.
Penguin Random House said Thursday that they will release Prince Harry’s book, Spare, on January 10, 2019. In it, he will talk about his journey from “pain to recovery” (Oct. 27) with “raw, unflinching honesty.”
The publisher has said that the book, which will come out later this year, is “full of insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-won wisdom on the eternal power of love over loss.”
Since their father Charles became king last month after the death of Queen Elizabeth, the title refers to Harry’s position as the younger brother of Prince William, who has been heir to the British throne since.
He was “the spare to the heir” because, prior to William and Kate having their three children, he was the heir apparent to the throne.
On the cover is a photo of Harry staring intently into the camera, with the words “Prince Harry” and “Spare” written below.
The Random House Group has provided this image of Prince Harry’s
The Random House Group has provided this image of Prince Harry’s autobiography, Spare. Since last year, people worldwide have eagerly awaited the book’s January 10 release.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, formerly known as Harry and Meghan, will step down from their positions in the United Kingdom and move to the United States in the early months of 2020. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex are the new royal couple’s formal titles.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, Meghan accused a member of the royal family of raising concerns about how dark their son’s skin might be, and Harry said that Meghan was on the verge of suicide because of her position as a royal.
Even though Harry and Meghan appeared with William and Kate after the death of Queen Elizabeth last month, Harry has said that he is on a “different path” than his brother.
The book will be published in 15 different languages. It includes Spanish, French, and Chinese. The English version will be sent to the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, and Canada.
The publisher also announced the release of an audio edition, read by the author, at a price of 28 pounds (US$32.43) in Britain. The publisher of the book has promised to give some of Harry’s earnings to charities in Britain.