Prince Harry's high-profile book will 'shake the monarchy to its foundations'

Prince Harry’s high-profile book will ‘shake the monarchy to its foundations’

Prince Harry’s friends have warned that his merciless book will reveal his true feelings for his stepmother Camilla and will likely “shake the monarchy to its foundations”.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, is set to go public all about his relationship with his estranged family in a £14.7m ($20m) memoir due to be published later this year.

The Royal Family was deeply disturbed by Harry’s decision to secretly collaborate with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J. R. Mehringer on what his publishers called “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that helped shape him.”

The Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William are said to have been completely taken aback by Harry’s shocking announcement that he has been secretly working on his as-yet-untitled memoir for over a year.

Royal experts have previously warned that the potentially explosive book could further burn bridges with the distant Duke and Firm.

And sources close to the Duke of Sussex fired a warning shot on Saturday that is likely to give the royal family chills as news of Harry’s potentially explosive memoir resurfaced.

His friends told the Mirror, “If they think he’s gone soft, they’re wrong. Just wait for the book to come out because it will shake the monarchy to its foundations.”

The Duke of Sussex, 37, is set to go public all about his relationship with his estranged family in a £14.7 million ($20 million) secret memoir due to be published later this year.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, is set to go public all about his relationship with his estranged family in a £14.7 million ($20 million) secret memoir due to be published later this year.

This week, Prince Harry came under fire for seemingly ignoring the fact that Camilla received the highest blessing from Her Majesty and became queen consort.

This week, Prince Harry came under fire for seemingly ignoring the fact that Camilla received the highest blessing from Her Majesty and became queen consort.

Initially, the Prince did not make any public statements, but four days later, breaking his silence from his California mansion, he generously paid tribute to his mother Diana's work in the fight against AIDS and HIV.

Initially, the Prince did not make any public statements, but four days later, breaking his silence from his California mansion, he generously paid tribute to his mother Diana’s work in the fight against AIDS and HIV.

This week, Prince Harry came under fire for seemingly ignoring the fact that Camilla received the highest blessing from Her Majesty and became queen consort.

Initially, the Prince did not make any public statements, but four days later, breaking his silence from his California mansion, he generously paid tribute to his mother Diana’s work in the fight against AIDS and HIV.

A source close to the prince says his recent silence “says a lot” and they claim that Harry still has a chilly relationship with his stepmother.

Due to be published by Random House in late 2022, Harry’s book will likely focus on the brothers’ chilly relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall, who was confirmed as future Queen Consort last week.

The Royal Family was deeply disturbed by Harry's decision to secretly collaborate with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J. R. Mehringer on what his publishers called

The Royal Family was deeply disturbed by Harry’s decision to secretly collaborate with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J. R. Mehringer on what his publishers called “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that helped shape him.” Pictured: Camilla and Diana together in 1980.

The Duke's explosive memoir is expected to follow Harry's childhood, his military service and his marriage to American-born former actress Meghan Markle.

The Duke’s explosive memoir is expected to follow Harry’s childhood, his military service and his marriage to American-born former actress Meghan Markle.

The duke’s friends explained to the Mirror: “While the tension between them has eased over the years, it was more to show unity than a close relationship.

“In the beginning, there were big problems, but as Harry and his brother William grew up and matured, things got better and now they can coexist as adults. They were never close to her and still aren’t close.”

It comes as The Mail on Sunday reported that Camilla would be crowned alongside Charles in a simplified coronation celebration when the time was right.

The Prince of Wales has already made it clear that he favors a leaner monarchy, and his coronation service – whenever it takes place – is expected to set the tone for his reign.

The Queen said last week that she “sincerely wishes” Camilla to be known as queen consort when “at the right moment” her son becomes king.

The first draft of the manuscript, currently untitled, is said to have been almost completely written by October.

The first draft of the manuscript, currently untitled, is considered almost complete and is due in October.

Prince Harry worked with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J.R. Moehringer.

Prince Harry worked with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter J.R. Moehringer.

This week, Prince Harry came under fire for seemingly ignoring the fact that Camilla received the highest blessing from Her Majesty and became queen consort.

This week, Prince Harry came under fire for seemingly ignoring the fact that Camilla received the highest blessing from Her Majesty and became queen consort.

The Sussexes’ radio silence over Camilla’s announcement came despite a source claiming that Harry extended an olive branch to his father last month in an attempt to heal their rift ahead of the Queen’s celebration.

He is expected to return to the UK for his Platinum Anniversary celebrations when the country enjoys a four-day holiday from 2 to 5 June.

It is not known if 40-year-old Meghan Markle and their two-year-old Archie and eight-month-old Lilibet will join him. But royal aides are said to be concerned that the memoir will be a one-sided account of the prince’s experience.

And in further comments that are likely about the Palace, Harry’s friends added, “He has a lot to say. People think he keeps a low profile to respect his family, but that’s not the case.

— He is writing a book. He has a multi-million dollar book deal and keeps a lot of his opinions on it. The memoir deal says it must include personal details of personal and family arrangements.

“And it’s going to be a really intimate look at his feelings for his family and what happened as a result of the breakup.”

The memoir is expected to follow Harry’s childhood, his military service and his marriage to American-born former actress Meghan.

During the book’s announcement last summer, Harry said the memoir to be published by Penguin Random House would be written “not like the prince” he was, but like the man he “became.”

He said, “I am writing this not as the prince I was born to be, but as the man I have become.”

“I have worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and I hope that by telling my story – ups and downs, mistakes, lessons learned – I can help show that no matter where we come from We have more in common than we think.

“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned in my life and I am glad that people are reading a first hand account of my life that is accurate and completely true.”

MailOnline has reached out to Prince Harry’s representatives for comment but has yet to receive a response.

‘How can Harry build any bridges by doing this?’: Royal expert Robert Jobson says Prince Megxit’s ‘extremely damaging’ memoir will cause ‘mayhem’ in his family and deepen rifts with Charles and William.

The expert said that Prince Harry’s explosive memoirs about the royal family will only “further spoil” his relationship with his brother and father.

The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex worked in secret for almost a year on a book, which he subsequently sold to Penguin Random House.

It will tell the story from his childhood growing up in palaces to his time in Afghanistan and his decision to leave the royal family in 2020. Sources close to Prince Charles said that Harry’s father was “surprised” by the news and that the royals had not been warned that the book would be in the near future until the news broke tonight.

Speaking to FEMAIL, royal expert Robert Jobson said the book would only “lead to conflict” and cause “tremendous damage to the House of Windsor and the monarchy as an institution.”

The author who wrote the best-selling The Age of Prince Philip added that Harry is already “rich and famous” and the book serves no purpose other than to “cause damage.”

“Because night follows day, it always had to happen,” he told FEMAIL.

“It will become an international bestseller, but at what cost to the monarchy? There will be nowhere to hide.”

He also compared Harry to his great-grandfather’s brother Edward, who abdicated to marry an American divorcee, Wallis Simpson.

“This is not the first time that an ‘exiled’ high-ranking member of the royal family has written a memoir, the former King Edward VIII wrote a memoir.

“His book The History of the King: A Memoir of His Royal Highness The Duke of Windsor, KG was published and caused a media storm in the 50s. It made a splash.

“But it’s bound to cause havoc among the House of Windsor.

“If Harry, as seems inevitable, goes into detail about the mental health issues surrounding his wife and the alleged racism at the heart of the royal family, it would do enormous damage to the House of Windsor and the monarchy as an institution.

“Harry is already very rich and famous, so aside from the damage to his family – which a book like this will inevitably do – I’m not sure what he’s trying to achieve. Whatever he says will lead to conflict.

“No wonder there is a split between the royal brothers and problems with his father.

“How can you build bridges when he does?”

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