Aberdeen-bound author Elizabeth Day has taken the Sunday Times best-seller crown from Prince Harry ahead of her trip north.

The author and podcaster - who will headline an event with Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce at the Tivoli Theatre next month - has ended Spare's 11-week reign at the top of the charts with her new book, Friendaholic.

The new book, which has been described as "bravely revealing", unpacks the significance and evolution of friendship.

From exploring her own personal friendships and the distinct importance of each of them in her life, to the unique and powerful insights of others across the globe, Ms Day asks why there isn’t yet a language that can express its crucial influence on our world.

See Elizabeth Day live in Aberdeen

On May 11, she will be headlining the third Ultimate Masterclass Festival event in Aberdeen, where she will discuss her personal experiences in what will be a masterclass in personal growth and development.

Her chart-topping podcast How To Fail With Elizabeth Day, which has recently reached 35 million downloads, is a celebration of all of the things that haven’t gone right. Every week, in a one-on-one interview, a guest discusses what they have learned from failure.

In this masterclass, Elizabeth will explore her own experiences and how when she removed both the fear and ego, saw failure very differently: not as something that defines us, but as a missing piece of knowledge that helps us come closer to completing the jigsaw puzzle of who we truly are.

Click here to grab one of the remaining tickets. All attendees will also receive a free copy of Friendaholic.

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