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It was really one of the most heartbreaking images of the 20th century: 2 little boys, 2 princes, walking behind their mother’s coffin while the whole world looked on in pain and also horror. As Princess Diana rested, billions wondered what Prince William and Prince Harry were thinking and feeling and how their lives would unfold from there.

For Harry, this is finally that story.

Before he lost his mother, 12-year-old Prince Harry was known as the easygoing, easygoing substitute for the more serious heir. The pain changed everything. She struggled at school, she struggled with anger, with loneliness, and because she blamed the press for her mother’s death, she struggled to accept a life in the limelight.

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At twenty-one he joined the British Army. Discipline gave him structure and two combat missions made him a hero at home. But soon he felt more lost than ever, suffering from post-traumatic stress and prone to debilitating panic attacks. Above all, he could not find true love.

Then he met Meghan. The world was swept away by the couple’s on-screen romance and rejoiced in their fairytale wedding. But from the start, Harry and Meghan have been victims of the press, waves of abuse, racism and lies. Watching his wife suffer, his safety and mental health at risk, Harry saw no other way to prevent history’s tragedy from repeating itself than to flee his homeland. Over the centuries, few have dared to leave the royal family. In fact, it had been her mother who had last tried. . . .

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For the first time, Prince Harry is telling his own story and recounting his journey with raw, unflinching honesty. A seminal release, Spare is packed with insight, revelation, self-examination and hard-won wisdom about love’s undying power over pain.

I had to take a break from writing this review to separate my two children. It seems that one pushed the other into some sort of disagreement… That’s the nature of siblings, siblings, families.

Prince Harry’s memoir is both refreshing and embarrassingly honest. He leaves no stone unturned, and therein lies his greatness and tragedy.

Like any family, Prince Harry’s is a mix of different personalities and quirks, but unlike all families, they’re part of a 1,000-year-old institution where expectations, customs, and formalities run deep. In fact, he’s in such a different position from everyone else that you almost have to read him. But it’s more for curiosity satisfaction, and when you’re done, it feels like you accidentally open a bathroom and someone uses it. You would like to make a polite apology and say goodbye to his business…

Spare What I liked: The prince’s detailed account of how he fell in love with Meghan Markle. Marrying into a family that is culturally different from your own is no easy feat and I can’t imagine the learning curve she had to navigate, mostly alone. Her feelings of isolation and despair come through clearly. This is a man who really loves his woman. Perhaps, as the late and notable queen reportedly put it, maybe a little “too much in love.”

I also really felt that the Prince captured in a moving and honest way the pain of losing his beloved mother in the most tragic of circumstances. It does a service for those who are also in pain (we are all meant). Her openness and willingness to seek psychiatric services is admirable and I believe she will help many. (If only everyone could access the kind of mental health treatment and support the prince, but I digress…)

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Spare What I did not like:
There is sharing and then there is over sharing. (That’s why I feel uneasy about accidentally finding him in the bathroom.) I don’t need/don’t want to know the details of his “first time,” while his military service is commendable, it was distasteful to comment on the number of Taliban fighters talk he killed and the little things he throws at Kate seem pretty petty. .

As a woman who admires both Kate and Meghan, I felt like maybe I was unwittingly adding to the common stereotype that women should always be jealous and fighting.

Much of his disdain is for the British press and I can’t deny that this is probably a brutal and ugly affair. but perhaps too much contempt is directed at his family, imperfect as they are.

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