Prince Harry charging fans £19 to see Q&A about book and offloading free copies
Prince Harry is charging just £19 to take part in a live video event that will see him answer questions from members of the public who buy a ticket for it.
The event that has been organised by publishers Penguin Random House to promote his explosive memoir Spare, is open to anybody around the world and will take place on Saturday (March 4).
Anyone who buys a ticket will also receive a free copy of the book.
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Questions will need to be submitted in advance with the Duke of Sussex also set to sit down with Dr Gabor Maté, a bestselling author and renowned speaker, to talk about living with loss and the importance of personal healing.
There will be no live audience participation during the event with the chat function disabled, but people who buy tickets will be able to watch the Q&A session and conversation with Dr Maté as they happen.
Pre-submitted questions that have been chosen for answering will also be read by a moderator.
Recording the event will be forbidden, with the event's terms and conditions stating "anyone discovered to have shared or recorded proprietary material may be prevented from registering for Penguin Random House events in the future".
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During his discussion with Dr Maté, Harry is expected to open up about the death of his late mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 when he was just 12 years old.
In Spare, he described how difficult it was to deal with her death and he described the Princess as his "guardian angel" and said she is with him "all the time".
Harry and Meghan have also previously spoken about the baby they lost when the Duchess suffered a miscarriage in the summer of 2020, a year after her first son Archie was born.
The full cost of the event for UK customers is £19.12, which includes a £2.12 fee.
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