The highly anticipated memoir of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, entitled “Spare – The Minor”, will be published worldwide on January 10, 2023. It will be released in 16 languages (in Italian will be translated by Mondadori) and in a read audiobook by Prince Harry himself. The book was originally supposed to be published in late 2022 and when it was announced Harry, who is now with his wife Meghan in California, promised it would be an “accurate and completely truthful first-hand account of my life.” From the very first pages, “Spare – The Minor” takes readers back to one of the most heartbreaking images of the twentieth century: two little boys, two princes, who follow their mother’s coffin under the pained and horrified eyes of the whole world. While the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales was being celebrated, billions of people wondered what thoughts crowded the minds of the princes, what emotions ran through their hearts, and how their lives would unfold from that moment on. Now finally Harry tells the story of him. With his crude and implacable honesty, “Spare” is an epochal publication, according to what Mondadori writes in a joint release simultaneously with all the other publishing houses in the world who will publish the book. Its pages, full of analysis and revelations, are the result of a profound self-examination and of the awareness – conquered at a high price – that love always wins over mourning. British tabloids predict sensational statements about his relationship with his brother, Prince William, father Charles III, grandmother Queen Elizabeth and other members of the English royal house. With donations from the proceeds of the sales, Prince Harry is keen to support some British charities. The Duke of Sussex has already donated $ 1,500,000 to Sentebale, the organization he founded with Prince Seeiso in memory of their mothers and which helps financially vulnerable children and young people with HIV / AIDS in Lesotho and Botswana. In addition, Prince Harry will pay £ 300,000 to the non-profit organization WellChild, of which he has been a patron for fifteen years and which, where possible, provides home care for children and young people with complex health needs. minor “will be released in North America by Random House US and Random House Canada; in the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India and South Africa by Transworld, a division of Penguin Random House UK; in Canada by Random House Canada. The book will be translated and published in 14 other languages: in Spanish by Plaza & Janés / Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, in German by Penguin Verlag / Penguin Random House Verlagsgruppe GmbH, in Brazilian Portuguese by Objetiva / Grupo Companhia das Letras, in European Portuguese by Objectiva / Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, in simplified Chinese by Penguin Random House China, in Danish by Politikens Forlag, in Dutch by Hollands Diep, a division of Overamstel, in Finnish by Otava Publishing Company Ltd., in French by Éditions Fayard, in Greek by Pedio Books, in Hungarian by Corvina Books, in Polish by Wydawnictwo Marginesy, in Romanian by Nemira Publishing House, in Swedish by Albert Bonniers Förlag.