The long-awaited and explosive autobiography of Prince Harry entitled 'Spare' is finally on the shelves of bookshops around the world in which he makes crucial revelations, widely anticipated by the media in recent days, about his conflicting relationship with the British royal family and the his past.
In the UK there were queues of fans at midnight to get their hands on the book.
Several people waited outside the doors of the WHSmith newsagents and bookshop in London's Victoria station and rushed to the opening to buy their first copies.
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Not only that, 'Spare' is already #1 on the Amazon UK bestseller list and is set to become one of the best-selling books of the year.
Despite the advances, including the series of interviews granted by the Duke of Sussex to British and American TV, the volume continues to cause discussion and raise controversy.
On the occasion of the release, the popular tabloids are today launching new lunges against the prince.
For the Daily Express, "she crossed the red line" for her "cruel" attack on the queen consort Camilla, accused of having fed the tabloids, even to the detriment of Harry, in exchange for a favorable treatment necessary to improve "her own image" when she was considered by the public opinion of the Kingdom the "bad" for her rivalry with the very popular Diana.
Same tone used by Rupert Murdoch's Sun, according to which the criticisms of the stepmother will not be forgiven by her father King Charles III.
There is also a circulating YouGov poll that suggests Harry's popularity among the British public has fallen to an all-time low: 64% now have a negative view of him.
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