However, one UK newspaper has decided it has had enough of the controversial royal – and are now banning all stories about him so that readers can have a "well-deserved break".
Next to a headline that reads "Sling your hook, sunbeam!", the Daily Star wrote: "The Daily Star today pledges to stop printing the frankly bizarre utterances of the world's shyest author. For about a week. Guaranteed!"
The newspaper added: "Daily Star bans manbaby's whinges from best newspaper in the universe to give readers well-deserved break."
It wryly wrote underneath: "Full story: Not inside."
The Daily Star has not been shy in showing its disdain for Harry and frequently mocks him and wife Meghan's public statements about wanting privacy by covering up their faces and not referring to the couple by name.
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Its decision to not publish stories for a week comes in the week Harry's book was released – and became the biggest-selling non-fiction book ever in the UK, selling more than 400,000 copies in a day.
Harry may not be too concerned about not receiving any publicity from the Daily Star as he has made a series of high-profile appearances on UK and US television.
Following an interview with ITV on Sunday, Harry also conducted three more interviews in the lead-up to the book’s publication, including a sit-down with Anderson Cooper for 60 Minutes on CBS News and Michael Strahan of Good Morning America.
Another interview with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show on CBS was also broadcast in the US on Tuesday, where Harry denied boasting about killing 25 Taliban while serving as a soldier and claimed members of his family are in an active campaign to “undermine” his book.
The Late Show interview caps off Harry’s press run for his headline-grabbing autobiography, which includes claims the Prince of Wales physically attacked him and teased him about his panic attacks, and that the King put his own interests above Harry’s and was jealous of the Duchess of Sussex and the Princess of Wales.
Harry said in an interview that the Duchess of Cornwall was a “villain” and “dangerous”, accusing her of rehabilitating her image at the expense of his.