At the beginning of March, Prince Harry gave himself up to an open heart. Facing Oprah Winfrey, during a television interview, the Duke agreed to talk about his new life with Meghan Markle, his professional projects but also his relations with the members of the royal family of England. But Elizabeth II’s grandson does not intend to stop there. Indeed, he is preparing to unveil his memories in which he will evoke “experiences, adventures, losses and lessons of life”, including the death of his mother, Princess Lady Diana.
According to information from the Daily Mail, Archie and Lilibet’s father has been working on this project for a year, since he resigned from his duties with the royal family. To carry out his work, which promises to be full of revelations, he approached the New York publishing house Penguin Random House. Also, he collaborated with Pulitzer Prize winner J.R. Moehringer for writing. It is next October that Harry will present his sesame to publishers.
Why does Buckingham Palace fear the release of Harry’s memoirs?
According to the Mail Online, several staff members are afraid of the prince’s revelations. “Former Harry and Meghan staff are convinced this book is written to settle scores, and that it will likely include a lot of detail about their time with the Royal Family,” a source said. She also added that “some of these ex-workers simply do not believe that a complete and precise picture will be presented”.
While the book is yet to be released, “conversations” have already started to discuss what action they could take in the event that their reputation is damaged. Prince Charles, who is cold with his son, was not warned of this project.
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