Although Prince Harry has held numerous titles throughout his life, it’s possible that the most recent wasn’t one he had in mind for himself.
The fact that Harry has made a subtle change to his personal information on the website for his contentious tell-all memoir, Spare, which was published in January and has since become the fastest-selling non-fiction book in the UK since records have been kept, should not come as a surprise.
In Harry’s “About the Author” biography, his most recent accomplishment is listed along with other proud descriptors like “husband, father, and humanitarian.”
Reads his full bio: “Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, is a husband, a father, a bestselling author, a humanitarian, a former soldier, an advocate for mental health, and an environmentalist. With his family and three dogs, he resides in Santa Barbara, California. Spare, his autobiography, is the fastest-selling nonfiction book of all time and was released on January 10th, 2023.”
The modification coincides with King Charles III giving his eldest son, Prince William, the new title of Earl of Chester.
Before his coronation on May 6, many royal fans are now wondering whether Charles will formally change Archie and Lilibet Markle’s titles from “Master” and “Miss” to “Prince and Princess” on the royal website.
In the meantime, Harry will soon reclaim the spotlight after announcing on Friday a global livestream event with Penguin Random House for Saturday, March 4, 2023.
Dr. Gabor Maté, a well-known speaker and the bestselling author of The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic Culture, will be joined by Harry. Dr. Maté is an expert on trauma, addiction, stress, and child development.
Before taking questions from the audience, which can be submitted when registering for the live event, the pair will engage in a private discussion about coping with loss and the significance of personal healing.