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REVIEW | Spare exposes Harry's yearning for peace... even if it meant going to war

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Spare.
Spare.

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Harry paces up and down in the gardens at Frogmore following Prince Philip's funeral, awaiting the imminent arrival of his father and brother to discuss his departure from "the firm". When they finally arrive, he speaks of their "grim, almost menacing" demeanour before discussing Harry's decision to leave his royal role and his country behind. And so begins Spare, the "definitive account" of The Duke of Sussex's life.

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