, 2023-01-09 02:51:22
No one has ever accused Prince Harry – author of the world’s most talked about book, the antagonistically titled Spare – of being a secret smartypants, a man troubled by a burdensome IQ or one who does the New York Times crossword in pen. But if ever there was any proof that he’s a bit of a ding dong, then look no further.
Despite having spent years railing against the media, the Duke is a man with a book to sell, which is why this week you will not be able to escape him, having agreed to a series of TV interviews to spruik his tell-all.
Thinks kicked off on Monday with him speaking to ITV’s Tom Bradby, something only worth sitting through if sheer necessity demands it or you have masochistic tendencies.
It was an excruciating watch, a good 90 minutes of the royal looking red-faced and constipated at Bradby’s refusal to wholesale buy his tired arguments and him rolling out a series of bananas lines like his saying he ‘hoped’ that a “reconciliation between my family and us will have a ripple effect across the entire world”. (Who’s been letting him read Rainbow Bright I wonder?)
But in unleashing this media blitzkrieg and in putting out Spare, Aitch might have just done something very, very shortsighted and unwittingly opened Pandora’s box.
With Spare and the ensuing PR campaign, the 38-year-old has, according to an expert, dealt a serious blow to his chances of enjoying anything even remotely close to privacy in the future.
Ever since the…
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