How to watch Prince Harry’s interviews about memoir ‘Spare’
Prince Harry’s memoir, Spare is set to hit the shelves (leaked copies have given us some headlines already) on Tuesday, but ahead of the book’s release the former royal will be on a media promo tour.
Here’s a list of Harry’s upcoming interviews and how to watch them.
Sunday, January 8
Firstly, his UK interview will kick off the talks. Harry sits down with friend and journalist Tom Bradby for ITV. The 90-minute show will probably be the hardest-hitting interview Harry has faced since quitting the royal family. In clips released ahead of the interview, Harry is seen telling Bradby that he wants his brother and father ‘back.’
Watch Harry’s interview with Tom Bradby on ITV or stream on ITVX.
On Sunday Harry also sits down with Anderson Cooper on the CBS program “60 Minutes” at 7:30 ET (12 am GMT).
CBS is not available in the UK and it is not known at the time of writing if the interview will be broadcast elsewhere in the UK.
Monday, January 9
Harry’s on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ in an interview with Michael Strahan. The segment begins at 7 am ET.
Tuesday, January 10
Harry’s final promo stop is on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ which airs at 11:35 pm ET.
Watch it on CBS, or stream it through Paramount+.
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Where to buy Harry’s book Spare?
The book will be published by Penguin Random House on 10 January 2023. The publication date is just three days after the three-year anniversary of Harry and Meghan quitting the royal family.
The publisher – Penguin Random House, said Spare is Harry’s side of the story about his life in the royal family. The book starts in the days around the death of Princess Diana and is said to be written with “raw, unflinching honesty.”
Speculation and rumours suggest it will be a bombshell for the royals, but it’s Harry’s chance to tell his story.
Whether the royals respond is unclear. It’ll depend on how damaging the book is. There were rumours the documentary would be explosive, but this proved to be untrue. So the only way to really know will be to buy the book.