Harry would like to hear an apology to his wife Meghan Markle from some family members.
In one of the conversations with journalists that took place after the release of the autobiographical book Spare, British Prince Harry said that initially the draft of the memoirs was much larger, but then the text had to be shortened.
According to the Duke of Sussex, he was forced to abandon entire fragments of the book, although he had material for two entire volumes.
The point is that Harry is sure that the family will never forgive him for telling some facts.
“There are some things that have happened, especially between me and my brother, and to a certain extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know about. Because I don’t think they will ever forgive me,” said the author of Spare.
To be honest, against the background of those often absurd revelations that have already been made in the book, what the prince said seems like just an attempt to maintain the intrigue and interest readers in continuing the memoir.
Also, Prince Harry said he would like to hear an apology to his wife Meghan Markle from some family members.