Prince Harry has come under fire since his publisher Penguin House announced the Duke of Sussex is going ahead with his bombshell tell-all memoir. After the Queen’s death in early September, royal commentators speculated Harry could give up on his book – either edit it or scrap it altogether – to avoid a direct confrontation with the Royal Family. GB News host Nana Akua views Harry’s decision as a betrayal of the royals and the British people.
Ms Akua started her tirade against Harry by saying: “Harry has run away [from Britain] for privacy. He is now selling his soul to make ends meet because he has finally discovered that things cost money – especially if you want to live next door to Oprah.
“It [Harry’s memoir] should be called: ‘Spare us! Spare us the detail!’ I am absolutely not helping to fund this lifestyle whinging.
“And out of the many millions that he is going to get from the book to soften the blow and make him look a little kinder, a proportion of the proceeds will be going to charity.”
A total of £1.8million from the proceeds of the book sales will be donated to the charities Sentebale and WellChild.