William 'has barely spoken to' Harry since announcement of bombshell memoir Spare

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Professor Pauline MacLaran of Royal Holloway, University of London, said the book could be a “very personal and emotional account”.

Asked about what she revelations she expects to read in the book when it hits the shelves, Ms MacLaran told Express.co.uk: “I expect the book will contain details of his growing up within the royal household.

“This will mean revisiting his mother’s death and the lead-up to it, I imagine, with the turbulent years that preceded it – in particular, the warring relationship between Charles and Diana and how that impacted on him. It is likely to be a very personal and emotional account.”

The book was initially due to be published by the end of 2022, however, following Queen Elizabeth II’s death, it was reported that Prince Harry went back to rewrite and tone down the content, as a sign of respect to the late monarch.

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