Prince Harry 'choosing his own happiness' over appeasing Royal Family with new memoir

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Prince Harry is trying to achieve his own “happiness” by not appeasing his royal relations, a source has claimed, as the publication date for his bombshell memoir nears. Last week, publishers Penguin Random House announced that the highly-anticipated book would hit the shelves on January 10, 2023.

The book was originally expected to be released in 2022.

The title of the book, ‘Spare’, was also announced along with new details of what the book will hold.

In early promotional material, the Duke of Sussex, 38, promised to craft a “wholly truthful” account of his life within the Royal Family.

‘Spare’ will be packed with “raw, unflinching honesty”, according to a new website dedicated to the book, and “full of insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-won wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief”.

Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace are understood to be concerned about the contents of the book, of which they have reportedly not seen a preview.

But Prince Harry is writing his own account of his life within the Royal Family to find his own “happiness” a royal source has claimed.

They told The Telegraph: “You can’t kind of always live your life trying to make your family or your siblings happy.”

They added: “You have to choose your own happiness.”

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“For Harry, this is his story at last.”

This promotional material suggested the ghostwritten account of the Duke’s life will focus heavily on the death of Prince Harry’s mother, the late Princess Diana.

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