Prince Harry reveals in his book he was “Embarrassed” to Have Will and Kate at His and Meghan’s Small Home

Prince Harry reveals in his book he was “Embarrassed” to Have Will and Kate at His and Meghan’s Small Home

In his memoir, Spare, Prince Harry speaks extensively about how differently he and his brother, Prince William, the heir to the throne, have been treated all their lives.

In his book, Spare, Prince Harry discusses how he and his brother, Prince William, the heir to the throne, have been treated differently their whole lives.

The title of the novel reflects this, pointing to how his father, King Charles III, and the institution have always viewed Harry as a “spare,” whereas William has always been emphasized as the heir. According to Harry, this favoritism has manifested itself in a variety of ways throughout the years, notably in the brothers’ separate royal residences, as Yahoo reported.

In Spare, a copy of which BAZAAR.com got ahead of its January 10 release, Harry recounts the first time he visited Prince William and Princess Kate’s restored Kensington Palace apartment, Apartment 1A, and immediately felt ashamed of his and his wife Duchess Meghan’s Nottingham Cottage home.

Of the Waleses’ home, Harry writes, “The wallpaper, the ceiling trim, the walnut bookshelves filled with volumes of peaceful colors, priceless works of art.” He says it was “magnificent” and “like a museum.”

Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan furnished their small house with furniture purchased on the former actress’s credit card. In their Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan, the Sussexes admit to doing much of the work themselves, including painting.

“We congratulated them on the renovation without holding back the compliments while feeling embarrassed of our IKEA lamps and the second-hand sofa we’d recently bought on sale with Meg’s credit card on sofa.com,” Harry writes, recalling their visit to Wales.

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