London – The autobiography written by Harry, Princess Diana’s youngest son, who left the British royal family at the center of controversy, has set a new sales record. ‘Spare’ is the best-selling non-fiction book in the UK. 4 lakh copies were sold on the first day of its release.
Even before its release, the book created a stir with many revelations shocking the royal family. The title ‘Replacement’ means ‘substitute’. In addition to the book form, it is also an audio book and an e-book. Publishers noticed that only the Harry Potter novels sold so many copies on their first day.
The media, including the Guardian, are surveying readers to see if the book has changed their views and opinions on the royal family.
Harry shared memories of his mother, Princess Diana, in a TV interview yesterday as part of a book promotion. Harry said that if his mother were alive now, she would be saddened to see the deterioration in the relationship between him and his brother, Prince William.
English summary: Prince Harry Spare’s memoir hits shelves after days of controversy