People are in tears after realising Prince Harry quotes the Spice Girls in new book
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This week saw the release of Prince Harry's memoir.
He also opens up about the battles he's had with his mental health and the media intrusion into his mother's life.
But while most people have been keen to hear all about him losing his virginity in a field behind a pub, some have been most surprised by the fact the Spice Girls get a quick mention.
Yep, people who've managed to grab themselves a copy of the book were very surprised to learn that Harry appears to have been a fan of the pop group when he was a young lad.
I mean, weren't we all?
A segment of the book recalls a Spice Girls concert, where Harry noticed his dad, King Charles, tapping along to the hit song 'Wannabe'.
Reciting the lyrics, the 38-year-old writes: "If you want my future, forget my past.
"If you wanna get with me, better make it fast."
Unsurprisingly, this has gone down a storm with readers, who have been creasing up at the fact the iconic girl group made it into the book.
Commenting on a post on TikTok, one person said: "Is the ghost writer a teenage girl? That book is hilarious."
Another asked: "He seriously quoted the Spice Girls?"
"The man is both Ginger and Posh Spice," put a third.
While someone else quipped: "Sparey Spice."
And one viewer gave him a possible opening quote to really 'spice' up the book: "He should've started the book with 'now here's the story from a to z."
For those of you who are wondering whether to fork out for the tell-all book, maybe the synopsis will convince you.
It reads: "It was one of the most searing images of the twentieth century: two young boys, two princes, walking behind their mother's coffin as the world watched in sorrow - and horror.
"As Diana, Princess of Wales, was laid to rest, billions wondered what the princes must be thinking and feeling - and how their lives would play out from that point on.
"For Harry, this is that story at last."