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MEANWHILE, IN MONTECITO…
Harry’s book is flying off the shelves, but Spare has prompted plenty of new drama for the House of Sussex
HARRY THREATENS SECOND TELL-ALL
Harry recently took the opportunity to threaten another memoir, explaining that he’d cut down Spare from 800 to 400 pages. “It could have been two books, put it that way,” he said hinting that there are “some things” he could reveal of his brother William and father Charles that may result in them never forgiving him.
DIGS AT WILLIAM & KATE’S KIDS
In the same interview, Harry made claims about Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis that have since been labelled “outrageous” by royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams.
Harry says, “Within my family, if it’s not us, it’s going to be someone else... William and I have talked about it... and he has made it very clear to me that his kids are not my responsibility, I still feel a responsibility knowing that out of those three children, at least one will end up like me, the spare. And that hurts. That worries me.”
Richard says, “William would never say this about Harry and Meghan’s children in an interview.”
WHERE IS MEGHAN?
Last week, with four prime-time interviews, a People magazine cover and a Telegraph feature, American commentators began complaining Harry had hit an overexposure tipping point. But at the time of press, there had been no sign of the usually limelight-loving Meghan, 41.
“Harry’s been seen out and about with his dog, but Meghan must be laying low,” says a source close to the couple in Montecito. “Some of the coverage about Spare has been less than savoury, so it might be on purpose that she’s staying out of it.”
CORONATION PEACE TALKS ‘ON THE TABLE’
UK newspaper The Sunday Times reports King Charles is considering holding peace talks with Harry and Meghan ahead of the May coronation.
This is despite Harry calling for “accountability” for Charles and William’s perceived wrongs, and an “apology to my wife”.
Some royal pundits are slamming Charles for even considering offering an olive branch – especially since the Sussexes have rejected apologies from previous adversaries, including Jeremy Clarkson and Meghan’s dad Thomas Markle.