The Duke of Sussex’s memoir will be published by Penguin Random House in late 2022 and contain an “intimate and heartfelt” recollection of his life so far. The book deal made Prince Harry about 20 million pounds according to The Times. The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge, were given very short notice about Harry’s memoir announcement, reported the Telegraph.
A huge 95 percent of voters said that Prince Harry should not publish a tell-all memoir, with only 3 percent saying he should and 2 percent not knowing whether he should or should not, in a poll of 28,258 people held between 11.30am July 20 and 3pm July 22.
The majority of those who said he should not publish the memoir, making up 89 percent of the overall participants, said they think his memoir will spill more secrets about the Royal Family.
One reader, sensible lass, said Harry’s book “will be bitter and vindictive”, “I have no interest in what he has to say about anything because of the shameful way he has treated his family,” they continued.
Another reader, Tunnicliffe, said the memoir would simply be a “book of lies”.
When asked if they would be reading Harry’s memoir, 93 percent of Express.co.uk readers said they would not. Meaning, roughly 550 people said that they do not think Harry should publish the memoir but did not say they would not read it.
Reader VHP said: “Why buy a book about a self-centred whining brat, because that’s what he’s become. He wanted privacy and to live his life without intrusion, but he’s done the complete opposite.”
The figures produced by polling our readers do not reflect predictions for Prince Harry’s book sales.
The internet is buzzing with speculation that the Royal autobiography will beat ex-president Barack Obama’s A promised Land which sold more than 890,000 copies on its release day. Some are even predicting that it will beat Michelle Obama’s Becoming, which has sold more than 14 million copies worldwide.