While Prince Harry once seemed destined to live in his older brother's shadow, he is now emerging as a young man who shows more than a true-to-life side to the Royal Family. The media storm surrounding his drinking and experimentation with marijuana has, rather than alienated him from the man in the street, marked him out as a real royal: someone with whom it is easy to identify. Having followed in William's footsteps to Eton, Harry is a bright young man of intellect, wit and sporting prowess. Yet behind this happy exterior lies a sensitive personality that has suffered at the hands of tragedy. Having endured the painful separation of his parents when only a child, Harry was then dealt a devastating blow when his mother died in the infamous car accident in Paris. In this biography of the Prince, Mark Saunders seeks to uncover the real Harry, with interviews with palace insiders and photographs.