Prince Harry has announced that he has no plans to do any sequel to his biography – Spare or Varaskeifan, which was recently published and has shelved everything.
Instead, he plans to add a chapter to the book when it comes out in paperback.
This is according to foreign media from an unnamed source at the camp and from Harry’s family.
“Prince Harry is already writing at least one more chapter for inclusion in the paperback which will be published later this year or early next year.”
The source added that readers were delighted to hear what Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan, thought of the response to the docuseries made about them, as well as the response to the book.
page 6 asked Harry’s spokespersons for comment and received responses that the above was bullshit and not true.
However, Harry previously revealed that he had a hard time doing the biography and that the main problem was choosing and rejecting. The original draft of the book had 800 pages, which had to be reduced to around 400.
The book has broken all biography sales records, so many people are wondering what Harry will do next. However, he indicated that out of respect for his father and brother, he had no intention of following the book with a sequel. He reportedly said in an interview about a month ago that a lot had happened in his life that he hadn’t explained in the book, especially regarding his relationship with his brother, the prince. William. Harry thought it was likely that his father, King Charles, and his brother would never have forgiven him if he had written about some of the incidents.
Now we just have to wait and see if Harry resists the temptation and leaves the book as is, or adds a chapter or chapters to account for the fluff that came with the original version.
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