Prince Harry: The Inside Story

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by Duncan Larcombe



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ISBN-13: 9780008196486
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Publication date: 03/06/2018
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 277,303
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Duncan Larcombe is an award-winning British journalist and commentator who spent more than 10 years working as Royal Editor for The Sun newspaper in London. Married for 16 years and a father of two daughters, Larcombe also worked as the paper’s Defence Editor reporting from the front line with British and American troops in Afghanistan. As well as writing, he is a regular Royal commentator with US network ABC, and has been a judge for the UK’s Royal Television Society three years running.

Table of Contents

1 Dressing Down 1

2 The Gap Year 14

3 The Royal Job 28

4 Klosters 46

5 Botswana 62

6 Iraq Blow 75

7 The Flight that Changed his Life 92

8 Harry's R&R 104

9 A Right Royal Row 117

10 Lesotho 129

11 Stealing Away 144

12 Harry The Pilot 158

13 The 'Paki' Row 170

14 Chelsy Split 181

15 Sandhurst 193

16 The Warrior Prince 209

17 Royal Wedding 224

18 Harry's Other Women 239

19 The First Solo Tour 252

20 Harry In Las Vegas 266

21 The Warrior Prince Returns 280

22 The Start of the Rest of His Life 293

23 Meghan 306

24 Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner 324

Acknowledgements 337

Picture Credits 339

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Prince Harry: The Inside Story 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. I found it very insightful with details about Harry's life so far. Very entertaining and a quick read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Starting in 2005, this story of Prince Harry begins with the time he was pictured wearing a Nazi outfit that caused outrage worldwide. Told from the view of reporter Duncan Larcombe of the Sun, we learn that after the death of Princess Diana, the Palace and the Press agreed that while they were being educated, William and Harry were off limits to the Press. However, Harry’s decision to take a gap year after leaving Eton and before undertaking his military training, made him fair game for the Press. We follow Harry through his military training and the determination with which he undertook all of it. He wanted very much to serve in Afghanistan but worry not only for him but for the other troops as well, made that a difficult thing to achieve. The author shares the times that Harry got himself in hot water from his silly antics. He loves having fun and enjoys teasing and poking fun at people but not in a mean way. As the author tells us, he also has a gift of being able to put people at ease. Since he has such a great sense of humor, people love him even more and are happy for forgive him if he makes a gaffe. He has a passion for some of the charities that his mother loved and continues them to this day. His love life is also discussed and the girlfriends that he has had up to today and his love for Meghan Markle. I thoroughly enjoyed this fact-filled book and know others will as well. Biographies of the royal family are always interesting to me, especially when they are about a favorite royal such as Harry. Copy provided by Edelweiss in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago