How is The Royal Family Tackling The Release of 'Spare,' Prince Harry's Controversial Book ?


Prince Harry's bombshell memoir 'Spare' has been mired in controversy even before its release. 'Spare' is a fiery tell-all about Prince Harry's growing up in a royal family. 

Told from Prince Harry's perspective, 'Spare' describes his brush with drugs, military service, losing his virginity, and his frustrations and scuffles with other family members.

From broadcastings sources to political official, the memoir has alienated everyone alike. Prince Harry's disclosures about his personal life and monarchy haven't gone well.

Since the memoir's release, The Royal Family has been swamped with public engagements, charity drives, and government announcements.

Since the book's release, King Charles III and Camilla have paid a visit to the Aboyne and Mid-Deeside Community Shed in Aboyne, Scotland.

William and Kate made a public appearance at the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital and the mental health charity Open Door in Merseyside, northern England.

The Crown Estate announced development deals for six new windfall projects, for "wider public good". The projects could result in powering seven million homes and generate a fee of around £1 billion in fees for a decade. 

Camilla, Queen Consort, visited the new Science Teaching Hub at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. She is the first female chancellor of this university and was bestowed by a honorary degree by them. 

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