January 28, 2023

A grinning Prince William shook off his brother’s barbs as he left Windsor with Kate today.

The Prince of Wales smiled with his wife and looked relaxed as the pair returned to work and Prince Harry’s PR blitz to promote his memoirs seemed to be over.

William was at the center of his younger sibling’s attacks, who even claimed in Spare that the heir to the throne attacked and threw him to the floor in a blazing row by the collar when William called Meghan “difficult,” “rude.” and ‘abrasive’.

And in Harry’s interviews with American and British broadcasters, he kept harping on his older brother about his role in Megxit, which is said to have infuriated William.

But he showed no sign of that anger as he happily chatted to the Princess of Wales as they left the grounds of Windsor Castle.

And around the same time, King Charles made his first public engagement since the release of Prince Harry’s memoir, which exposed the extent of the break in the royal family. Charles is in Aberdeenshire this morning to visit a food bank and local charities as his son sparked the worst royal crisis since Princess Diana’s death in 1997.

A grinning Prince William shook off his brother's barbs as he left Windsor with his Kate today.

A grinning Prince William shook off his brother’s barbs as he left Windsor with his Kate today.

The Princess of Wales was also happily chatting when they went out this morning

The Princess of Wales was also happily chatting when they went out this morning

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Britain’s King Charles visits the Aboyne and Mid Deeside Community Shed, for his first engagement since the book’s release

The monarch’s visit to Scotland marks his first public engagement since Harry’s controversial autobiography Spare, the fastest-selling non-fiction book in history, went on sale Tuesday.

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The Duke of Sussex’s words made headlines for days over allegations that he had been assaulted by his brother, the Prince of Wales, that he had killed 25 Taliban members during the war in Afghanistan and that he had taken illegal drugs.

During the King’s Scottish engagement, he was greeted by Lord Lieutenant Sandy Manson before being given a tour of the ground floor of the Aboyne and Mid-Deeside Community Shed.

Visiting the home of the Aboyne Men’s Shed workshop, Charles saw craft skills in action, including wood and stone carving, and met the men who meet there weekly.

He is also expected to meet with representatives from other charities and volunteer groups, including the Inverurie-based Aberdeenshire North Foodbank, Gordon Rural Action and Young at Heart Deeside.

Tipped by industry experts as one of the biggest books of the year, Spare features a series of revelations about royal life.

According to the publisher, the English-language edition of Spare sold more than 1.4 million copies across all formats and editions in the United States, Canada and the UK on January 10 when it first hit bookstores.

Speaking of the record sales, Random House Group president and publisher Gina Centrello said, “While many books by public figures could reasonably be categorized as ‘celebrity memoirs,’ Spare is not.

Vulnerable and sincere, brave and intimate, Spare is the story of someone we thought we already knew, but now we can really understand Prince Harry through his own words.

“Looking at these extraordinary first-day sales, readers clearly agree: Spare is a book that begs to be read, and it’s one we’re proud to publish.”

According to the publisher, the English-language edition of Spare sold more than 1.4 million copies across all formats and editions in the United States, Canada and the UK on January 10 when it first hit bookstores.

According to the publisher, the English-language edition of Spare sold more than 1.4 million copies across all formats and editions in the United States, Canada and the UK on January 10 when it first hit bookstores.

It was reported overnight that Harry will not be welcome at his father’s coronation in May due to the barrage of criticism directed at his family in his new book.

Senior members of the royal family hesitated at the thought of spending time with him during the historic event in case their conversations ended up “in the paperback” edition of his memoir, The Sun reported.

It is unclear whether Charles will invite his youngest son to the coronation, or whether Prince Harry will accept.

The Duke of Sussex launched an attempted charm offensive this week, appearing on US talkback shows mocking royal protocol to promote his best-selling memoir, Spare.

But he has evaded whether he will attend his father’s coronation. In the publicity blitz for Spare, the Duke of Sussex told Tom Bradby that ‘a lot can still happen between now and then’ when asked if he was going to see his father crowned in May.

A source claimed this week that: “The family expects Harry and Meghan to find a reason not to be there.”