Prince Harry to Take Part in an Intimate Online Conversation to Promote His Memoir Spare
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Less than two months ago, Prince Harry was everywhere as the explosion of coverage of his tell-all memoir—and the volume of interviews he did to promote it—reached a peak. However, the Prince has since kept a relatively low profile, and dissection of Spare’s many revelations has also subsided.
But next weekend Harry will be back in the spotlight having an “intimate conversation” with speaker and author Gabor Maté about “living with loss and the importance of personal healing.” The livestream event is being produced by Spare’s publishers Penguin Random House and will only be possible to view live, with no recording published.
“Prince Harry will join Gabor Maté, MD, renowned speaker and bestselling author of The Myth of Normal, for an intimate conversation as they discuss living with loss and the importance of personal healing,” Penguin Random House said in a statement. “Following the conversation there will be an audience Q&A with Prince Harry and Dr. Maté.” Guests are asked to register via Eventbrite and can submit a question which could be selected to be answered live.
U.S. tickets, available here, include a copy of Spare and cost $33.09 plus a $4.06 fee. Those also including The Myth of Normal cost $60.96 plus a $5.94 fee.
Penguin Random House describes Prince Harry as “a husband, father, humanitarian, military veteran, mental wellness advocate, environmentalist, and bestselling author.” His memoir holds the world record of being the fastest-selling non-fiction book, selling 1,430 million copies in one day after its release on January 10. Reviews of the book, however, have been mixed, and polling in the UK showed that Harry’s popularity fell as it his the shelves.
The royal family has not responded publicly to any of the allegations or revelations in Spare, however the extent to which Harry has lifted the lid on personal exchanges has raised the stakes yet again when it comes to the distance between the Sussexes and the rest of the royals. Whether or not Harry and Meghan will be invited to the coronation of King Charles on May 6—and whether or not they will accept—is still unknown.
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