Prince Harry's tell-all memoir "Spare" will release next month, and he is expected to drop truth bombs while promoting it.

On Jan. 8, which is just two days before the book hits the stores, he will have a leading interview with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, reported Mirror. The publishers of the book have called it a "landmark publication" that will tell the story of Harry with "raw, unflinching honesty". According to them, the book will be "full of insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-won wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief."

There are fears that Harry will use the Jan. 8 interview to target the royals and give viewers a preview of some of the dramatic claims that will be available in the memoir. The interview with Harry is expected to be aired on Cooper's "60 Minutes show" on CBS. A source told Daily Mail that Cooper has won Harry’s trust, and that this would be a "coup for Cooper and fits well with Harry’s campaign to promote mental health." The source added that it is a "prime-time Sunday show which hosts foreign leaders and presidents, and that it’s the one that "all the politicians and decision-makers watch."

The anchor has campaigned to promote better mental health. He has spoken openly about losing his brother Carter to suicide. He also has experience covering the war in Afghanistan, where Harry completed two tours when he was with the British army.

Harry's new book comes just after a bombshell Netflix docuseries was released. In the show, he accused his father King Charles of saying things that "just simply weren't true." He alleged that royal press offices were briefing against him and his wife Meghan Markle. The Duke of Sussex also called his elder brother Prince William "terrifying".

Harry will also promote his memoir in an interview with ITV journalist Tom Bradby, who also spoke candidly with Meghan about her mental health in South Africa in 2019, reported Daily Mail.

Buckingham Palace is said to be bracing itself for any new "truth bombs" mentioned in the pages of his memoir. It is widely believed to focus on Harry's upbringing as a senior member of The Firm.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's hotly anticipated Netflix docuseries may release in December 2022. Courtney Africa/Getty Images

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