The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle have been breaking the bars on the internet since November. Ever since their Netflix Bombshell Docuseries landed on the screen, the couple broke the highest viewership record of any debut docuseries on the American Streaming giant. Furthermore, Prince Harry’s explosive memoir broke the Guinness World Record for being the fastest-selling non-fiction ever.
Our biggest documentary debut ever.
Harry & Meghan. Now on Netflix pic.twitter.com/iF7hP83c3x
— Netflix (@netflix) December 21, 2022
Congratulations to Prince Harry whose memoir 'Spare' has become the fastest-selling non-fiction book of all time https://t.co/UWIQIcB0cA
— Guinness World Records (@GWR) January 13, 2023
Surprisingly, the recording-breaking streak does not end here. While fans have still not recovered from the shocking revelations made by Prince Harry in his back-to-back tell-all anti-Royal agenda, they have got another good news to celebrate for. A few hours ago, New York Times Books Publishing House took to its Twitter handle to share a major win on the Sussex side.
Spare by Prince Harry becomes the number 1 bestselling non-fiction debut audiobook
The Tweet read that the Duke’s record-breaking memoir, Spare, has also bagged the Number 1 spot as the best-selling non-fiction audiobook. The place was previously held by Michelle Obama, the Former First Lady of the United States for her book, The Light We Carry. However, last night there had been major shifts in the position and it is now Prince Harry thriving at the top. Fans meanwhile cannot stop gushing about their favorite Prince on Twitter.
Prince Harry’s memoir “Spare” is a No. 1 debut on the latest monthly audio nonfiction best-seller list. https://t.co/BhUVD8VE5G
— New York Times Books (@nytimesbooks) February 3, 2023
While many poured in their hearty congratulatory messages for the Sussex couple, others mocked the Royal Family with scathing remarks. Some also believe that the audiobook narrated by the Prince himself is a rather better version of the actual book. Many are surprised to witness what a great narrator Prince Harry actually is.
congrats harry god bless you @guybranum 🙏🏾📖🎈 pic.twitter.com/XAvLo8zu5P
— Happy Dead Nigger Month (@lizadye) February 3, 2023
Our good King Harry pic.twitter.com/ja4VCTjPsk
— Supa2010 (@Supa20101) February 4, 2023
It’s a very good book. The audiobook is even better.
— Benedicta Weir (@adzo72) February 3, 2023
That's our beloved prince. The people's prince. We love ❤️ him.
— Marycatherine Obiageli Osademe (@OsademeObiageli) February 3, 2023
He really is a great narrator. Who knew ?
— Tammy K (@Tamarama100) February 4, 2023
@angelalevin1 H has set yet another record. How's it going with the book on horse-face
— What is a Royal Expert?🌸 (@SussexFanSA) February 4, 2023
It is also to note that every project that the Duke and the Duchess have launched so far has fetched them massive success and fortune. Their million-dollar deal with Netflix is thriving while Meghan Markle podcast Archetypes, bagged the People’s choice award for the best Podcast of the year 2022. As mentioned, Harry’s books are already working wonders for the couple.
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What do you think of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s victory trope? Did you like the Netflix Docuseries and the Spotify Podcast? How was the tell-all memoir for you? Let us know in the comments below.