Prince Harry 'wasn't treated like a spare' says Angela Levin

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The Apprentice star Karren Brady, 53, has sympathised with the royals, sharing her wishes that Prince Harry, 38, “could pull the plug” on his forthcoming tell-all book, Spare. The book, written by the Duke of Sussex, is set for release on January 10, and is slated to be an account of “raw, unflinching honesty” from Harry, who sensationally left his Senior Royal role, and his life in the UK, with his wife Meghan Markle in 2020.

Businesswoman Karren has now hit out at Harry for going ahead with publishing his memoir, despite the turmoil his family have been through this year following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Harry’s father has now become King Charles III, and Karren believes the Duke should now be “building bridges”, rather than taking “risks” with his book.

Karren fumed in her latest column for The Sun: “It’s obviously too late, but I wish Harry could pull the plug on it now.

“That he is risking revealing the sensitivities of his book at a time when surely – now more than ever before – he should be building bridges just beggars belief.

“Still, given what’s been said by Meghan Markle and Harry already, the promise of ‘raw, unflinching honesty’ must be sending a shiver down the spine of the royals and all of their advisors – even if, as the late Queen said, ‘recollections may vary’.”

Suggesting a new title for the publication, Karren swiped: “It strikes me that maybe a better title for the book would be Bitter.”

Karren isn’t the first star to hit out at Harry over the title of his latest project, which hints the tone of the memoir will not be positive about his family.

The title references the notion of an “heir and a spare”, while the Spanish language version of the Duke’s book has the subtitle En La Sombra, or “in the shadow”.

 

Piers Morgan has been very critical of Harry ever since Megxit, and hasn’t held back while raging about his book release on Twitter.

The TalkTV host urged King Charles to strip Harry of his titles due to the release.

Piers tweeted: “Prince Privacy will hurl his latest torrent of malevolent money-making muck at the Royal Family just in time to ruin his father’s coronation as King. 

“Charles should strip this petulant, selfish, greedy, hypocritical brat of all his remaining royal titles/status ASAP,” he added. 

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In a follow-up tweet, Piers wrote: “Do you care about the massive global damage this book will cause to our new King before he is even coronated, and while he still grieves for his mother?”

“100% it’s based on the phrase ‘heir and a spare’ and is Harry’s way of whining that he won’t ever be King,” he added. 

Then, a couple of hours later, Piers tweeted: “Playing the victim, again, as he trashes his family, again, from his California mansion. 

“All while playing the big privacy & ‘humanitarian’ crusader… what a d**khead.” (sic)

However, some of Piers’ Twitter followers defended Harry against the former Good Morning Britain host’s tirade.

Tom Levins fired back at the former Good Morning Britain host: “I’m sure Harry will thank you for the free promo, Piers. 

“Crazy how this book will sell more copies on release than viewing figures you get on TalkTV.”

“You ok hun? You seem disproportionately upset about something that really doesn’t affect you,” added Emm. (sic)

“Your hate for Harry and Megan, seriously….You as an individual you totally NEED healing…” Ann commented.

The Duke of Sussex’s book is set to go into detail about the toughest moments in his life, including the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales and her funeral.

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