Prince Harry's controversial memoir

Prince Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor, Duke of Sussex (in English Henry Charles Albert David) has become Britain's fastest-selling book in the non-fiction section since 1998, since statistics were kept, reported PA media and dpa .

According to the website Nielsen BookData, which collects and provides information on the distribution and sales of books, Harry's widely covered autobiography "Reserved" sold 467,183 copies in its first week on the market.

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In the memoir, which went on sale on January 10, Harry claimed that Prince William

William Arthur Philip Louis Mountbatten-Windsor, Duke of Cambridge (English: William Arthur Philip Louis) is a member physically assaulted him and joked about his panic attacks, and that King Charles III put his own interests above Harry's and envied Meghan and Kate, the wives of Harry and William.

The book broke the previous record of 210,506 copies set by the first cookbook Pinch of Yum Yum written by Kay Allison in 2019.

The data do not include e-books and audiobooks, but refer only to sales of physical copies, writes BTA. 

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