William & Harry by Ingrid Seward Headline $120 In this trashy expose, royal watcher Ingrid Seward (Diana: An Intimate Portrait, 1988; The Queen and Di, 2001) claims that William uses his royal status to chat up women, with lines such as: 'Hi, I'm the future king. Wanna pull?' While Harry has earned a reputation as a drinker, William was also present at many of these parties, Seward says. She also reveals that William is self-conscious about his status, making four-letter outbursts when teased about his position as heir to the throne. Seward has pieced together the book from interviews with teachers, nannies, bodyguards, friends and psychologists. Neither prince seems to have led a particularly interesting life. The book is inevitably over-shadowed by the ghost of Diana: her outbursts, her eating disorders and her willingness to use her children to achieve her own aims.