The Duke of Sussex’s ghostwriter has spilled on how Megan Markle and Prince Archie would bring trays of food to his guesthouse at their £11million Montecito mansion.
Prince Harry’s explosive memoir Spare has dominated headlines over the last few months for dropping bombshell revelations about the Royal Family.
The damning claims made in the book exposed hidden secrets about Harry’s relationships and his life in the spotlight.
Now, the man who helped Harry tell his story has unleashed even more details about the Sussexes’ lives in an article for the New Yorker.
J. R. Moehringer explained how he and Harry had been making good progress on penning the explosive book up until 2020, when the coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a standstill.
But he was finally able to jet over to Montecito, California with his wife and children once restrictions were lifted.
The writer also made the trip across the Atlantic on his own on two separate occasions to collaborate with the Duke, staying in Harry’s guesthouse in his lavish £11million mansion in California.
He wrote in the New Yorker: “Meghan and Archie would visit me on their afternoon walks. Meghan, knowing I was missing my family, was forever bringing trays of food and sweets.”
And it did not take long for him and Harry to start making speedy progress on the memoir together.
He wrote: “Little by little, Harry and I amassed hundreds of thousands of words.
“When we weren’t Zooming or phoning, we were texting around the clock. In due time, no subject was off the table.
“I felt honored by his candor, and I could tell that he felt astonished by it. And energized. While I always emphasized storytelling and scenes, Harry couldn’t escape the wish that “Spare” might be a rebuttal to every lie ever published about him.”
Harry’s highly-controversial memoir sold more than 3.2 million copies worldwide within its first week of release.
It also became the fastest-selling non-fiction book after selling 400,000 copies in one day.
Spare was released on January 10, one year and a half after it was originally revealed, by Penguin Random House, in the summer of 2021.
The 407-page book starts from the tragic death of his mother in 1997 up until the present day, documenting his life as a husband and father-of-two.
One accusation that Harry levels against the royals in the book that his stepmother, now Queen Camilla, leaked details about her first-ever meeting with his brother Prince William to the press.
He also claims in one passage that his brother took a swing at him when the pair were having a heated argument.
The memoir’s release comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down as senior working royals in 2020, before setting up a new life in the US.
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