After weeks of waiting and days of leaks, the book by prince harry, “Spare” hit shelves this Tuesday. And readers had a chance to judge for themselves outside of media interpretations.
In Britain, some shops opened at midnight to sell copies of the book, titled “In the Shadow” in Spanish, to devotees of royalty and the curious. Many have said they do make your own opinion on the book after days of snippets and debates on news sites and television.
“I’m thrilled to learn about Prince Harry’s life from Prince Harry,” said Sarah Nakana, who bought the book at London’s Victoria Station. “There’s too much misinformation, misinformation about Harry and Meghan.”
The countless revelations and allegations contained in the book have already hit the media. In the autobiography of ghostwriting, Harry, 38, recounts his mourning after the death of his motherPrincess Diana, her disagreements with her brother, Prince William, and heir to the crown, and the frustration she felt with the royal “reserve” role living in her older brother’s shadow.
Buckingham Palace has not commented on the allegations, although allies of the royal family have disputed them, mostly anonymously.
the book already It is the best seller on the Amazon site from Great Britain, which like many retailers offers it at half price, and promises to be one of the best sellers of the year. Although other voices argue that the book has been turned down because it no longer arouses interest.
Reviled at home, presumably in an operation by the royal family and a group of aggressively headlined tabloids, Harry and Meghan are adored in the United States.
They live in Montecito, California (this Tuesday hit by heavy rain), with their two children: Archie and Lillibet.
loved and hated
In a note published this Tuesday by The New York Timesthe newspaper asks “why the Americans they fell in love so much Harry and Megan? Especially, he believes, when Americans feel a “quixotic devotion” for the British monarchy, something the wayward couple no longer represent.
The answer according to the Times lies in the heavy artillery that Harry and Meghan are filming to tell “their truth” to the world.
Their recent multimillion-dollar cross-platform media blitz, which began with Meghan’s podcast on Spotify, has expanded into a six-part Netflix documentary paying tribute to their love for each other and themselves, culminating this week with an interview with Harry on “60 Minutes” broadcast on Sunday evening and the publication of her memoir, “Spare” – offers several possible reasons why the duke and duchess spared the anger they’ve stirred abroad,” he thinks. times.
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