Obviously, Prince Harry is not ready to make peace with the royal family. After giving a controversial interview to Oprah Winfrey with his wife Meghan Markle, in which he revealed the underside of his departure and the treatment they received among the Windsors, the Duke of Sussex has a new project that will do a lot talk: writing his memoirs. Indeed, the Penguin Random House editions, which also published the book The Bench by the Duchess of Sussex, announced the release for 2022 of this book which will probably bristle some hairs in the United Kingdom.
In a statement, Prince Harry has already announced that the profits from these memoirs will be donated to charity, and clarified that this book will be written “not as a prince, but as the man [he became”. A work that will unsurprisingly evoke his childhood, the loss of his mother Lady Diana, but also how he grew up under the public eye, as well as his military service, especially in Afghanistan, and “the joy he found in becoming a husband and a father “. A way for him to reveal himself as he is, but also to tell his own truth about events in the face of which he was unable to express himself.
Prince Harry is ready to tell his story. @penguinrandom announced today that the Duke of Sussex will publish “an intimate and heartfelt memoir” in late 2022. It will be “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him.” pic.twitter.com/wqiv7jUM8v
– Omid Scobie (@scobie) July 19, 2021
Lilibet’s baptism as a gesture of appeasement on Harry’s part?
While some royal experts have explained that the unpopularity of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would not be a good deal for investors, this draft memoir for the Duke of Sussex proves that despite the criticisms he and his wife are making object, they do not hesitate to multiply projects. And investors seem to see real potential in it. It remains to be seen whether this book will be tinged with controversy as well as shocking revelations as was the interview with Oprah Winfrey, and which precipitated the royal couple under fire from critics, even leading them to a lasting quarrel with the Windsors. But will the baptism of Lilibet Diana in England finally ease tensions?
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