In his newly released memoir, Prince Harry takes readers on a journey beyond the public’s image of him as carefree “party prince,” revealing intimate details about the lingering feeling of the void from his mother’s death (Diana, Princess of Wales), his struggles with drug experimentation, and the challenges he faced in finding love. Spanning 410 pages, the Duke of Sussex holds nothing back in this candid and personal account of his life.

Despite having recently shared intimate details of his life and experiences in the six-hour Netflix docuseries Harry & Megha, Prince Harry continues to make shocking new revelations about his family and his time within the royal family in his latest memoir.

Harry’s Arch-nemesis

In the book, Harry refers to his older brother Prince William, Prince of Wales, as his “beloved brother and arch-nemesis.” Harry explains, “There has always been this competition between us, weirdly. I think it really plays into or is always played by the ‘heir/space.’”

According to sources, Prince William and Prince Harry had a close relationship for much of their lives, but their relationship deteriorated when Harry began dating Meghan Markle. It is alleged that William referred to Meghan as “difficult,” “rude,” and “abrasive” and that he physically assaulted Harry.

Apache Helicopter Pilot in Afghanistan

In the book, Harry claims to have killed more than two dozen suspected Taliban insurgents. “Most soldiers can’t tell you precisely how much death is on their ledger. My number: 25,” says Harry.

Furthermore, he added:

While in the heat of combat, I didn’t think of those 25 as people. You can’t kill people if you think of them as people. They were chess pieces removed from the board, Bads taken away before they could kill Goods.

Lastly, in his memoir, Harry reveals how his fear of public speaking developed into a fear of crows and eventually led to severe anxiety attacks on the brink of his 30th birthday. He believes these afflictions to be a form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) stemming from both his military service and the loss of his mother.

The list of issues continues; hence Real Research, an online survey app, launched a survey on public perceptions of Harry’s memoir to gather public data. Hurry and answer the survey seeking public opinion on Prince Harry’s new memoir, ‘Spare’ on the Real Research app from January 12, 2023, and win 60 TNCs as a reward.

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