The gossip site “PageSix” gave the exclusive news: Prince Harry has been working for months on a memoir that promises to be full of twists. The book will be published by Penguin Random House by the end of 2022. Pulitzer Prize winner JR Moehringer, who previously edited the autobiography of tennis champion Andre Agassi, is helping him in writing the story about his life on and off the court.
Prince Harry he is at work writing his memoir, which promises to be explosive. The news was given a few hours ago exclusively by the well-known gossip site PageSix.
The book could be released by the end of 2022. The proceeds should be donated to charity, meanwhile the prince would have received an initial payment of 20 million dollars from the Penguin Random House, which will bring out the publication.
To help the Duke of Sussex in the enterprise is JR Moehringer, an American ghostwriter winner of a Pulitzer Prize for his work as a journalist and former author for Andre Agassi the autobiography of the tennis champion.
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The “version of Harry” in bookstores by the end of 2022
Needless to say: expectations are already high. The revelations that are long awaited Harry it will affect his life at court, from his childhood and the loss of his mother Diana, to his relationship with Carlo and Camilla, to his experiences as a soldier, to his philanthropic commitment, to finish the experience as a father of two children, Archie and Lilibet Diana, and in recent months of post-Megxit tensions.
In a note following the spread of the news, Harry he commented that he has worn many “hats” – many garments – over the years, both literally and figuratively.
His hope is that by telling his story – the ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned – he can show that, “no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.”
The prince said he was deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what he has learned throughout his life and happy that readers can read an “accurate and quite true” account of his story.