Prince Harry

Larcombe, Duncan

Biography & Autobiography

On Sale Date: 2/20/18
Imprint: Harper360
Print Run: 20K
Format: Trade PB
Pages: 336
Price: 17
ISBN: 8196486
ISBN 13: 9780008196486
Other Formats
Ebook 9780008196493

Today Harry is the most popular member of the monarchy after Her Majesty herself. He has won the public’s heart as the loveable rogue prince and royal heartthrob for girls and women around the world. What sets Harry apart from the rest of his family is the twinkle in the eye-the ability to rip up the rule book and let his natural cheekiness shine through.

Duncan Larcombe’s insightful and entertaining biography of the rebellious royal recalls Harry’s Eton exploits, his military career and his tempestuous love life, as well as revisiting some events that the prince would probably prefer to forget-such as his notorious Nazi fancy dress which landed him in a global storm of criticism. But despite a string of incidents that would normally destroy the career of any aspiring public figure, Harry has a mysterious gift. The more scrapes Harry gets in, the more the public seem to love him.

But with his military career over, Harry is at a cross-roads facing not just the pressure of full-time Royal work ahead, but the possibly carrying the burden of the British throne in the future. Will charm and personality be enough to prepare him for a life under the microscope of Royal work?