When William and Kate arrive at a local hospital, a reporter yells to William, “Are you hurt by the comments in Harry’s book, sir?”
Neither William nor Kate acknowledged the reporter’s question because they stopped to have a short chat with the others before entering the hospital.
Nor has Charles publicly commented on his son’s diaries, keeping the royal family silent about its contents.
Neither Kensington Palace, nor the office of William and Kate, Princess of Wales, nor Buckingham Palace, the office of Charles and Camilla, the Queen Consort, have commented on Harry’s allegations in Spear.
The memoir, a rare glimpse into life within the royal family, became a bestseller immediately after its release on Tuesday, selling more than 1.4 million copies in the US, UK and Canada alone on its first day, according to the book’s publisher, Penguin Random House.
The company, which describes itself as “the world’s largest trade publisher,” said in a statement Wednesday that Spear’s sales made history as having “the largest first-day sales total of any non-fiction book ever published by Penguin Random House.”
“Step” gives a detailed account of the rift between Harry and his family and his family The decision to leave his senior royal position in 2020 and how he felt raised as a “stand-in” for William, the heir to the throne.
Harry has said in interviews to promote Spear that he is not in regular contact with his brother or father.
“I don’t think we can ever have peace with my family unless the truth is out there,” he said The interview, which aired Monday on “GMA“.” There’s a lot I can forgive, but there has to be conversations for reconciliation, and part of that has to be accountability. “
He also told Harry Strahan that he didn’t think the details he shared on Spear could make matters worse with his family.
“I’ve thought about it long and hard,” said Harry. “And as far as I can see, the division could not have been greater before this book.”
ABC News has reached out to Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace to respond to Harry’s comments in our interview. Kensington Palace declined to comment.
ABC News received a response from the law firm representing Buckingham Palace on Monday, which said the palace needed to “consider exactly what was said in the interview and the context in which it appears,” and asked us to immediately provide them with a copy of the full interview. We don’t do that as a news organization as a matter of policy.
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