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Prince Harry’s memoir ‘marketed towards Americans’ to ‘elevate’ US

Prince Harry memoir 'marketed towards Americans' says host

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Royal experts have questioned whether the 38-year-old will travel to promote his upcoming tell-all memoir anywhere apart from the US, for example in the UK. Speaking on GB News, royal expert Kinsey Schofield claimed she isn’t sure that Prince Harry will do a book tour in the UK because they are “marketing this book towards Americans”.

She told GB News: “I really think he’s trying to convince people here in America, you know, I’m an expert.

“You should hire me, you should let me be CFO or whatever he is for these start-ups in San Francisco.”

Ms Schofield added: “I think he’s doing it to elevate himself.

“To brand himself in the States.”

After being asked where Harry will need to come to the UK to promote Spare, the American-based royal expert continued: “I would say no.

“We have created a monster with this amount of press we’re giving this book.”

The memoir, which is being released one day after Harry’s sister-in-law Kate’s birthday, will be available in 16 languages.

Harry, himself, is set to read the memoir for the audiobook version.

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Since their royal exit in 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have settled in the US, along with their two children.

The couple moved into their current mansion in Montecito, California a few months after their departure from the Royal Family.

In Meghan’s recent interview for The Cut, the 41-year-old claimed that the couple “did everything” they could to get the home, and described it as “healing”.

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Earlier this year, Meghan and Harry were sent a warning over their decreasing popularity in the US.

Speaking previously on Good Morning Britain, commentator Jack Royston warned the couple that they “have their detractors” in Meghan’s home country despite a better reception there compared to the UK.

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