Prince Harry is apparently adding "at least one" more chapter to his bombshell memoir
Prince Harry's memoir became the fastest-selling nonfiction book since UK records began when it was released in January, with more than 3.2 million copies of Spare selling within its first week. But, is it any wonder, given that the memoir was packed with yet more royal bombshells as well as some seriously sexy confessions (see: Prince Harry recalling the moment he lost his virginity in a field behind a pub)? And we could be in for more, if rumours that suggest the Duke of Sussex is adding another chapter are anything to go by.
"Prince Harry is already planning to add at least one new chapter… to the paperback version… out later this year or early next, when the hardcover sales have ended," a source told Page Six, adding that: "Readers are eager to know [Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle's] feelings about the royal backlash they have suffered after the airing of their Netflix doc, and the publication of Spare."
The hardback edition of Spare was released by Penguin Random House on 10 January, with Prince Harry narrating the audio version. As of yet, details of a paperback release have not been announced, but a representative for Harry reportedly told Page Six that claims he's planning to add a new chapter are "not true".
Previously, Prince Harry admitted that the first draft of his memoir was a whopping 800 pages, with only 416 making the final cut. "It could have been two books, put it that way," Harry told The Telegraph. The Duke has maintained that he has no intention of publishing the cut materials, because he doesn't think his family "would never forgive" him if he did.
"There are some things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know," he said.
Erm, anyone else desperate to know what he's chatting about!?
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