Now that Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir is out, people are wondering what's next for him.

In “Spare,” he dug up all the skeletons from his past, including his fight with his brother Prince William, the strained relationship with his father King Charles, and his true feelings for stepmother Camilla, reported Page Six. He has collected a $20 million payday from Penguin Random House for a three-book deal and millions from Netflix for the “Harry & Meghan” docu-series. But where does that leave him and his wife Meghan?

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are holed up in their California home, and are as isolated as ever from the British Royal Family, with little path forward for reconciliation. Even America is not sure what to make of them now. Global branding and public relations expert Mark Borkowski said that the couple is "on the edge. They have lost the sympathy vote." Even The New York Times published a piece asking “Has Prince Harry’s Spare Changed Public Opinion of Him?” On “Hoda and Jenna” Monday, co-host and former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager told viewers that she could not imagine writing about her twin sister Barbara as Harry did of his elder brother.

Harry thanked actor Tyler Perry, who loaned the Sussexes his Los Angeles mansion in 2020, and TV personality Oprah Winfrey in the acknowledgements for his book. But neither one of them has publicized Harry or the memoir on their social media platforms.

Meanwhile, Harry’s credibility is being called into question following an apparent error in "Spare," reported Page Six. In the book, the 38-year-old recalled the exact moment when he was alerted that the late Queen Elizabeth II's mother, Elizabeth the Queen Mother, passed away in March 2002. Harry wrote in his book that he was at his U.K. boarding school, Eton, when he learned that she had died in her sleep at the age of 101. However, several reports contradicted Harry’s claim that he was at school. They said that he was actually on a ski trip in Klosters, Switzerland, with his father and his brother at the time of the Queen Mother’s demise.

The inconsistency in his book has led many to question whether other parts of his book could be factually incorrect. More questions have been raised over the accuracy of his explosive memoir, reported Daily Mail. In the memoir, he wrote of his "great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather" King Henry VI who founded Eton College and died in 1471. The fact is that Henry VI's direct lineage ended after his son, Edward of Westminster, died as a childless teenager during the Battle of Tewkesbury.

Harry also claimed that he was gifted an Xbox by his aunt, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, for his 13th birthday in 1997. The fact is that the device was first released in America in 2001.

Another claim he made was related to Harry's discussion of a first-class Air New Zealand flight from Mexico to the U.K. that was booked for Meghan's estranged father, Thomas. But a spokesperson for Air NZ said that the airline has never offered flights between Mexico and the U.K.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Chris Jackson/Getty Images

© 2024 Latin Times. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.