WORLD EXCLUSIVE – Samantha Markle shares her thoughts on Prince Harry’s tittle-tattling tome ‘Spare’ with ‘The Steeple Times’; she slams it as likely “cold, malicious and reckless” and wishes he’d “spare us all the hypocritical pity party”
Following on from our interview with Samantha Markle yesterday – quoted extensively elsewhere including by Richard Eden for the Daily Mail and Jack Wright for MailOnline this morning – we today publish the thoughts of the estranged half-sister of the Duchess of Sussex on her husband’s forthcoming tittle-tattling tome, Spare.
In comments exclusively to The Steeple Times via email, Ms. Markle observed:
“With regard to the book Spare, I have [like the rest of the planet, obviously] not read it [yet], but the idea that there was an alleged request or appeal for money between Harry and King Charles and when King Charles turned him down, reportedly he said he would go ahead with the book seems like extortion on the surface and blackmail.”
“We can only hope that the book will not be slanderous and scandalous, but after everything that has transpired it seems like such a cold, malicious and reckless disregard for his own family especially the father who has given him everything. Just like my father gave my sister everything, they seem to be two peas in a pod where using and disposing of others, when they don’t get their way is concerned. Some people are not capable of empathy remorse shame or gratitude.”
“In all of the pictures that were salient in the media throughout his life, Harry never seemed to be unhappy as a member of the royal family so [his] statement now does not intersect with visible evidence of a lifespan.”
“Many around the world have noticed the same thing. it almost seems like grasping for straws as a coping strategy for the discomfort of being in denial.”
“More than anything what is glaring is that while he posits the idea of mental health as being so important, neither he nor my sister seem to have any regard for the mental health of their families and others whom they have stepped on. They preach about peoples’ voices needing to be heard but they don’t care about the voices of those whom they have knowingly wronged. Their hypocrisy has been noted globally.”
“Prince William has honoured the legacy of his mother beautifully and carried on with integrity and loyalty. [He understands the concept of] role models [and the] importance of family. Prince Harry, on the other hand, seems to use the victim card as a crutch for accountability and integrity in every area of his life, in my opinion. I like the title of the book only in that maybe he should ‘spare’ us all the hypocritical pity party.”
Turning to her thoughts on the reaction to her interview yesterday with The Steeple Times, Ms. Markle concluded:
“This was an excellent article and I’m so grateful to you for your objective, honest overview.”
“Everyone else was afraid to tell the truth and an attorney in London told me that there was an entrenched media agenda against me. PRs were being paid to write nasty articles about me and everytime I would speak the truth, it never got printed.”
Follow Samantha Markle on Twitter at @SammyMarkleReal.
Pictured top – Samantha Markle (left); The Duke of Sussex’s book has already been embarrassingly reduced to the bargain basement bin at Waterstones – where it is priced at £14 down from £28 (centre); the mendacious menace, the Duchess of Sussex, will no doubt be less than amused to learn of the bookseller’s move and of her sibling’s latest comments.