Prince Harry says had so much material for his tell-all memoir that he could have written two books.
In an interview with The Telegraph, the Duke of Sussex revealed the first version of Spare was actually double the length.
"The first draft was different," he said.
"It was 800 pages, and now it’s down to 400 pages.
How he has anything left in his life not to tell the world is beyond us.
We could have lived until the end of time happily not knowing about the time Prince Harry rubbed cream on his penis after a particularly frosty trip to the Arctic, or how he lost his virginity to an older woman in an open field, or how he killed 25 people during his two tours of Afghanistan and has no feelings about taking their lives at all.
Honestly, it's hard to imagine moments in his life that he hasn't already mentioned in Spare.
Prince Harry revealed to The Telegraph's Bryony Gordon: "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.
"Because I don’t think they would ever forgive me."
So, Harry is sitting on some serious tea, then. Interesting.
But just because he has the material doesn't mean he actually will write another book.
He's already mentioned an alleged fight with Prince William, where Harry was apparently pushed to the ground.
The two royals were arguing about Meghan Markle and things got so heated that the Prince of Wales allegedly physically attacked his younger brother.
It would be very interesting to see what else he could divulge to the public.
Either way, the Duke of Sussex explained why he actually decided to write his memoir, and no, it wasn't for the money.
He wanted to teach his family a lesson.
Prince Harry told The Telegraph that if the Royal family 'had listened' to him in the first place then they wouldn't be in this position.
All he wants is some 'accountability', apparently. And 'an apology to [his] wife'.
The Prince continued: "That’s the saddest part about it – it was all so avoidable, but they just couldn’t help themselves."
And, while the Royal family might not like him very much at the moment, Prince Harry added that he believes they will one day thank him for penning the memoir.
Somehow, we doubt that.
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