Prince Harry’s Explosive Book Does Not Need The Queen’s Approval, Says Spokesperson

The news of Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir has raised concerns, but his spokesperson has clarified that the Duke would not be expected to seek Queen Elizabeth’s permission for the project.

Harry is likely to go all out once more, spilling juicy details about his life’s “mistakes and lessons learned.” According to the BBC, Penguin Random House will publish the memoir next year.

According to the Daily Mail, royal insiders fear that this is just another strong blow from the Sussexes, as Harry and Meghan Markle’s truth bombs about their lives as royals have been far from pleasant.

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Since Megxit, the 36-year-old prince and his wife have had no qualms about telling the world about their struggles. Insiders in the Royal Family are concerned that the forthcoming biography of his life will include unsavoury details about the Royal Family. The publishing house is expected to pay Harry $20 million for the deal. While no specifics have been provided, all proceeds from the book will be donated to charity.

The book’s contents have sparked speculation about how little progress has been made in bridging the royal schism. On July 1, Princes William and Harry may have exchanged pleasantries at the unveiling of their late mother Princess Diana’s statue in Kensington Palace. But it’s clear that Harry’s relationship with his family hasn’t changed much.

However, a source told Us Weekly that information about Harry’s upcoming memoir has “shaken” the royals, particularly William and Prince Charles. The book has already shocked and upset the Royal Family, according to the insider. According to the source, William and Charles are “particularly concerned about what Harry will uncover” following his new royal meetings, which were “bad enough.”

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Meanwhile, sources close to Buckingham Palace said: “Everyone thinks he and Meghan can’t possibly be important for the Platinum Jubilee right now. The gathering will be hosed if it is released in 2022, when the Queen is celebrating.”

In May of this year, Meghan published a children’s book called “Bench,” which focused on father-son relationships. According to sources close to the Sussexes, the book was written by the mother-of-two after she was deeply moved by Harry and Archie’s bond.

Harry and Meghan are currently residing in Montecito, California, with their two children Archie and Lilibet.

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