Prince Harry says he wrote memoir to protect Prince William and Kate Middleton's children

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Prince Harry says he wrote memoir to protect Prince William and Kate Middleton's children

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Prince Harry said he wrote his memoirs to protect his nephews. The Duke of Sussex spoke about this in an interview with The Telegraph.

In an interview with Briony Gordon from The Telegraph, Prince Harry revealed one of the reasons for which he decided to write his memoir "Spare" (“Spare”). According to the Duke of Sussex, he wants to protect his nephews — children of his older brother Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton: 9-year-old George, 7-year-old Charlotte and 4-year-old Louis.

"I know that of these three children, at least one will end up the same as me, spare. And it hurts, it worries me", — said Prince Harry.

Prince George is second in the order of succession to the British throne. He may become King of Great Britain in the event of the death of his grandfather, Charles III, and his father, Prince William. Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, in turn, occupy third and fourth places, respectively.

Previously, Prince Harry said that he cut his memoirs in half and could release a second part.

Prepared : Sergey Daga 

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