Because he is “damaged goods” in the United Kingdom, Prince Harry concentrated on an American audience.
A royal historian told This website that Prince Harry is focusing on an American audience because he is “damaged goods” in the United Kingdom.
Last month, the Duke of Sussex, 36, revealed that a “intimate and emotional book” would be published in late 2022. As a result, the book is expected to be released in the same year as Harry’s grandmother, the Queen, celebrates her platinum jubilee. In the United States, the memoir will be published by Random House, while in the United Kingdom and Canada, it will be published by Random House’s sister companies.
Dr Edward Owens, a royal historian, argued that Harry had lost favor with the British public and that his book would do better in the United States, where the Duke of Sussex resides.
“This is meant to be the Queen’s last hoorah, it’s highly doubtful that there will be an 80th jubilee,” said the former lecturer at the University of Lincoln and author of “The Family Firm.”
“Harry is hot right now, he’s interesting, and he’s got to make the most of it while people are still interested in him.
“It’s mostly aimed at an American audience; he’s a damaged commodity in the UK.
“He’s truly fallen from grace in British public opinion polls; the British people has very little time for Harry compared to before the start of 2019.”
According to YouGov polling from October 2019, Harry has a 71 percent approval rating among the British populace.
However, after Harry and Meghan Markle announced their intention to leave the Firm in January 2020, this rating had dropped to roughly 55%.
Meghan’s popularity dropped from 55% to 38% within the same time period.
Harry’s memoir, the earnings of which are to be donated to charity, has been kept under wraps.
It will include Harry’s family life, upbringing, and “dedication to service,” including his time in the military in Afghanistan, according to Harry.
The book may reveal more details on his divorce from the Royal Family, according to reports, but this has not been confirmed.
Last year, Harry and Meghan, both 40, declared that they would be stepping down from their royal duties.
Since then, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have carved out new positions in the United States, including podcast and television work.
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