SPARE US Palace ‘fears Harry will write damaging sequel to Spare’ after spotting 3 major questions he hasn’t answered

PRINCE Harry may release a sequel to Spare after leaving out “large chucks” of three key events, Buckingham Palace fears.

The bombshell memoir hit shelves just over a year ago, and sold 3.2million copies in its first week of publication — and 1.4million on its first day.

Aides at Buckingham Palace fear Harry will release a sequel to his memoir Spare

Aides at Buckingham Palace fear Harry will release a sequel to his memoir Spare

The book launched shocking claims about the Royal Family

The book launched shocking claims about the Royal Family

The duke, 38, laid out shocking claims against the Royal Family, including Prince William having knocked him to the ground in a row.

He alleged his brother “grabbed me by the collar, ripping my necklace, and … knocked me to the floor”.

Harry also said William had called Meghan Markle “rude” and “difficult” which escalated tensions.

The dad-of-two also sensationally claimed Will and Kate encouraged him to don the notorious Nazi uniform at a fancy dress party, and “howled with laughter” when they sway him.

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King Charles also had attacks launched at him as Harry claimed he did not hug him after the death of his mother Diana, and wrote the King would often make jokes of “poor taste” about his paternity.

Meanwhile, the duke branded Queen Camilla the “villain” and a “wicked stepmother” accusing her of leaking stories to the media.

Now, Buckingham Palace fears the Duke of Sussex will write a sequel to Spare.

As reported by the Telegraph, palace aids have said “it did not go unnoticed” there were “large chucks” of detail missing from key events.

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There were many unanswered questions, from queries over Meghan and Kate’s relationship, to what Harry and William actually said in their alleged row, and if the Royal Family ever tried to stop the book being published.

Claims in a new biography of King Charles by Robert Hardman stated the “headwinds we face from across the Atlantic”, are not over.

The author wrote in his book Charles III: New King. New Court: “It did not go unnoticed that Harry and Meghan’s wedding, their married life and their eventual departure from the royal world amounted to a small part – less than a fifth – of Prince Harry’s memoir.

“This suggested either a sequel or, perhaps a memoir by Meghan in due course.”

Meanwhile, the length of Spare was reportedly double its length before cuts were made in the final edit.

Harry told Bryony Gordon his family would not “ever forgive” him if the extra material was released.

But Mr Hardman also claimed the palace have become accustomed to their worries over the duke and his wife.

He said King Charles “has learned over long years of royal domestic trauma” how to cope with each fresh attack.

Claims over Harry and Meghan’s decision to name their daughter Lilibet without Queen Elizbeth II’s permission were also sparked from Mr Hardman’s book.

He alleged a staff member said Queen Elizabeth was “as angry as I’d ever seen her” while the couple said Her Majesty had been “supportive”.

It comes as Harry and Meghan face a “ticking time bomb” as their “Hollywood dreams are falling apart”.

While Spare initially sold a staggering number of copies, one royal expert claimed the sensational memoir “backfired”.

After initial interest, demand soon dwindled and a year on its popularity has plummeted with major retailers slashing prices in half.

Meanwhile, their Netflix documentary also took a hit and the duke and duchess are believed to have been paid only half of their reported £78million contract.

The pair were even poked fun at by comedian Jo Koy at the Golden Globes for “being paid millions by Netflix for doing nothing”.

Harry’s series, Heart of Invictus, shedding light on the Olympic-style games he started for wounded ex-service competitors also flopped.

And, Meghan’s promising animated series Pearl was also dropped while in the development stage.

Last year the couple went through a public split from Spotify after the Archewell company’s £18million deal was ended by mutual agreement.

Now royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has said the couple could lose everything if they don’t knuckle down and get producing for Netflix before their contract ends.

He told The Sun: “You know that your influence is failing is when people start laughing at you, and you can’t produce something that you’ve actually done.

“The facts of the matter are that he pointed out pretty categorically that they have done absolutely nothing for Netflix, really, and the one exception, of course, being Invictus, and that was very worth it but too long of a wait.

“If you simply trash your family, which is the only time it does seem to mean that you get megabucks, and do nothing else, then you must expect people not to take you seriously.”

Richard believes the royals now face a “ticking time bomb” in that they must start producing for Netflix and fast.

He said: “It’s important also to remember the Netflix contract goes on to 2025. Netflix is no longer producing producing The Crown, and from that point of view it may well be, if the Sussexes, don’t produce what they want.

“If they lost that, they really would be losers in every sense.

“When the Hollywood reporter recently called the Sussexes losers, I think it was speaking through what most people who are interested in them appear now to believe – that if they haven’t done anything they all losers.

“We still await whether or not they can adapt a romcom, or whether or not they’ll produce something serious, or whether or not Megan’s agency, which she joined in April, I mean, nothing has happened.

“So if this remains the case interest in them obviously will wain.

“This is light years away from when they were on Time’s list of the world’s 100 top individuals.

“It doesn’t seem that way at all at the moment. In fact, it’s going quite the reverse way.”

Prince Harry and Meghan previously denied signing a multi-book deal

Prince Harry and Meghan previously denied signing a multi-book deal

King Charles and Queen Camilla have put on a brave face and continue with royal duties

King Charles and Queen Camilla have put on a brave face and continue with royal duties

The King, Queen, Prince and Princess of Wales have put on a united front at the palace

The King, Queen, Prince and Princess of Wales have put on a united front at the palace

The Prince and Princess of Wales have been holding their heads up high as they continue with royal duties

The Prince and Princess of Wales have been holding their heads up high as they continue with royal duties

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