Prince Henry’s memoir, “Spare,” was released on January 10 and has been a huge hit around the world.
In the UK, US, and Canada alone, it sold more than 1.43 million copies within a full day of its release. The publisher, Penguin Random House, announced that “Spare” became the fastest-selling nonfiction book ever in one full day. The first printing of the book was 2 million copies, and more print runs are being considered.
The contents of the book have also caused a variety of hilarity. The title “Spare” is an ironic reference to the fact that he is a “stand-in” for his older brother, Prince William. The title “Spare” ironically refers to the fact that he is a “surrogate” for his older brother, Prince William, who is higher in the order of succession to the throne.
The “dark struggle” between Meghan and Catherine, the wife of Prince William, is also mentioned, and it is said that they “fled” to the United States.
What was even more shocking was that Prince Henry was deployed to Afghanistan as a British soldier, where he “killed 25 Taliban soldiers.
“He killed 25 Taliban soldiers.
He revealed that he had killed 25 Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan. The fact that he described the Taliban soldiers he killed as “chess pieces,” rather than people, led to criticism from British military officials, who said, “This is a dangerous act that could provoke retaliation.
“A dangerous act that will provoke retaliation.
The Taliban, as expected, were furious.
As expected, the Taliban were furious. With the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan last year, the Taliban overthrew the government supported by the United States, the United Kingdom, and others, and brought the country under their control. So much so that the commander, Moravi Agha Ghol, wrote on Facebook
Now a ‘chess piece’ has taken over the country. He is a loser trying to get attention. He is afraid to go to the combat zone.
We made history by driving his army out of our country. He really is crazy and needs a doctor right away. If you are a real man and not a loser, come back to Afghanistan.”
I informed him.
Prince Henry told the CBS program “The Late Show” in the U.S.
“I’m not bragging about the killings,” he said.
The impact of the incident is immeasurable.
Prince Henry’s “expose book” has exposed a series of royal taboos that have never been exposed before. The book has exposed a series of royal taboos that had never been revealed before.
Mako Akishino and Kei Komuro were married in October of two years ago, and like Prince Henry, they crossed the ocean. Last October, for the “third time,” Ms. Komuro passed the bar exam of the U.S. state of New York. This put an end to the “Komuro Theater,” but according to a source close to the couple, “The Japanese media’s disbelief of the couple has been growing.
The distrust the two have for the Japanese media has not disappeared at all. There is no room for improvement in the future. Unless there are special circumstances, they will not return to Japan.
He said, “I will not return to Japan unless there are special circumstances.
In October 2009, the Korean newspaper “Jiji Journal” reported the following speculation. It stated, with the proviso that Mako and Komuro would have trouble making ends meet in the U.S.
Princess Mako will expose various scandals of the Japanese imperial family through interviews, like the British couple Prince Henry and Princess Meghan. Some have raised concerns that she will receive a huge sum of money in return.
Although this is “unlikely” now that Mr. Komuro has become a lawyer and is earning tens of millions of yen, people in the Imperial Household Agency are still concerned. One Imperial Household Agency alumnus said
I don’t think they will go out of their way to make themselves the target of the media again.
He added, “I don’t think they will go out of their way to make the two of them the target of the media again.
There was a report in a weekly magazine that Kayo was shocked by a post on an Internet bulletin board and asked the police to delete it. In the past, she has responded directly to the weekly magazine. If anything were to come out about the Imperial Household or the Imperial Household Agency’s response, Kayo-san would be the starting point.”
Kayo quit the confectionery store in Tokyo where she worked and now lives with her father in their apartment in Kanagawa Prefecture. Some women’s magazines have discussed the possibility of Kayo moving to the U.S. in the future.
Unlike Mako and her husband, whose lives have finally stabilized, Kayo’s standard of living has not improved. She and her son are essentially treated as members of the imperial family, but they have not received any special benefits. It is possible that she is growing frustrated in all directions.
The publication of Prince Henry’s “expose book” may not be a matter of concern.
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