Sparing the King: Prince Harry Set to Publish Sequel to 'Spare' After Charles III’s Death Due to Its Content

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Source: MEGA

The Duke of Sussex will 'spare' his father from a memoir sequel.

Jul. 6 2024, Published 11:27 a.m. ET

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Palace fears of a Prince Harry-penned sequel to his blockbuster 2023 memoir Spare are set to come true as the rebel Duke plans to publish a follow-up after King Charles III's death.

"I suspect that maybe he would release a book after his father passed away," royal expert Kinsey Schofield shared on her podcast "Kinsey Schofield Unfiltered."

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Source: MEGA

The feud is set to continue for 'possibly decades.'

"I do think he would write about his family again," she added. "He was waiting to publish a book after Queen Elizabeth died."

She then pointed out how the King's passing would be ideal for the Montecito Duke, "especially if Prince William continues to keep him at arm's length." Numerous commentators have predicted that Harry's "main beef" with his family "100 percent revolves around intense jealousy of his brother, the next king," according to a former palace insider.

Other reports suggest the future king has decided it is time to "fully" sever all contact with his youngest brother.

"William is sensitive; he likes structure and has perseverance," Ingrid Seward, the author of William & Harry: A Portrait of Two Princes, shared. "He does not give up easily. His relationship with brother Harry upset him more than he would care to admit. But he found it easier to cut ties rather than allow himself to be continually annoyed."

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The Duke of Sussex accused the then-Duke of Cambridge of assaulting him in 2019.

"His father got cancer and Kate had a serious abdominal operation," she added. "Later to announce she too had to have cancer treatment. William played both mother and father to the children while he carried on with his royal duties supporting the Queen in his father's absence. The traumas of the past year have made him a stronger person. He has become the kind of man Diana always hoped he would be. Kind considerate and able to take on whatever life throws at him."

The Prince of Wales recently turned 42, and numerous analysts came forward to reminisce on his life so far and how Diana would be proud of him.

But his neverending rift with his brother, his only sibling, still resonates for many observers.

"You never know what may happen," expert Richard Fitzwilliams dished when speaking about a possible end to the long-running feud. "I think it's abundantly clear that any rift is undesirable, and when individuals are ill who are involved in it, it makes it even more undesirable."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be 'concerned' about a future King William reign.

Prince William will immediately become the new monarch upon Charles III's final breath, which will also turn the Princess of Wales into Queen Catherine. Queen Camilla will no longer be known as "Her Majesty The Queen" as that style instantly goes to Kate. Harry and Meghan Markle's styles and titles will not change nor will their children's, however, some analysts predict a King William will strip the Sussex family of all "HRH and prince/princess" styles.

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Prince William and Prince Harry haven't been photographed in the same room since King Charles' coronation.

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The New York Post reported on Schofield's remarks.



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