Despite Prince Harry’s attempts to backtrack on the release of his explosive memoir on the British royal family, his book should finally see the light of day. Indeed, according to a press release relayed by the Daily Mail, Wednesday October 26, 2022, the memoirs of the little brother of the Prince of Wales which were initially due to be released in the fall of 2022, should arrive in bookstores at the very beginning of 2023. The death of Queen Elizabeth II and many twists and turns delayed its release. Thus, it is from January 10, 2023 that fans of royalty should be able to afford this book which is likely to make a lot of noise.
The Duke of Sussex wants to make some corrections to his book before it is published. If Meghan Markle’s husband had wanted to backtrack, he had not succeeded since the signed contract was too important since several million pounds would have to be published. The publisher has already described these memoirs as “intimate and sincere memoirs”, and assures in passing that “Prince Harry will offer an honest and captivating personal portrait”. Only, a source close to Prince Harry’s publisher, Random House, assured that his book was “bombshells of truth”.
Prince Harry won’t spare anyone in his book
The second son of King Charles III would like to tell his version of the facts since he made the decision to step back from his royal duties and move to the United States with his family. Many things have been said about him and he would like to defend himself. No one would be spared. In August 2022, Page Six had unveiled the impressive sum that the father of Archie and Lilibet was going to receive for the writing of this explosive story: 20 million dollars. If Prince Harry seemed to be keen to calm relations with his family, his book should not help matters.
Only, he was undoubtedly made aware of the negotiations which would currently be played out behind the scenes. Princes Harry and Andrew are said to be about to be ejected from their places to carry out routine constitutional duties when the king is out of the country. Indeed, the first constitutional reform of the reign of Charles III would concern the involvement of members of the royal family at his side. His sister Princess Anne and brother Prince Edward could join the ranks of “royal surrogates”. This change is for the sole purpose of not needing to appeal to the Duke of Sussex and the brother of King Charles III. This reform could very quickly be put in place according to sources inside the royalty. What perhaps motivate Prince Harry a little more to go after his first step concerning his book.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle © Agency