Prince Harry's candid memoir, "Spare," will hit the book shelves soon.

The 38-year-old royal's highly-anticipated book might not be out yet, but it has soared to the top of the book charts on pre-orders alone. The book, which has Jan. 10, 2023 as the on-sale date, will reveal what life was really like for Harry while growing up within the royal household, according to Hello! magazine. It will focus on his moving personal journey from trauma to healing. He'll also share details about meeting his future wife, Meghan Markle, who is a former actress.

The press release about the book read that "Spare" takes readers immediately back to one of the most searing images of the 20th century -- "two young boys, two princes, walking behind their mother’s coffin as the world watched in sorrow and horror." As their mother, Princess Diana, was laid to rest, many wondered what her young sons must be thinking and feeling, and "how their lives would play out from that point on. For Harry, this is his story at last."

The memoir, which has been narrated by Harry himself, will cover the Duke of Sussex's "personal journey from trauma to healing." Readers are expecting chapters about his childhood, his time in the military and serving in Afghanistan apart from his life as a husband and father.

Hardcover U.S. price is $36 while e-book price is $17.99. Those who want to download the audio, it is free with Audible.

The book is said to be worrying the British Royal Family. Author Christopher Andersen told Fox News that that he thinks the royals are "shaking in their boots over this." He thinks that they’ve done everything they could to "persuade Harry not to publish this book."

Andersen recently wrote a book about Harry's father, titled "The King: The Life of Charles III." According to the author, King Charles "still has affection" for his youngest son. He is hopeful that he can bring the family back together again. The author is sure that Charles wants to mend the rift between Harry and his older brother Prince William. But how is he going to be able to do that with "this book looming on the horizon with more revelations? It’s gotta be adversely impossible, I think," said Andersen.

Prince Harry Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex speaks on stage as Intrepid Museum hosts Annual Salute To Freedom Gala on Nov. 10, 2021 in New York City. Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum