Prince Harry memoir: William will suffer most from revelations, says royal expert

Amid reports that Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir will wreak havoc in the royal family, a royal expert has predicted that future King Prince William will suffer the worst of the consequences.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, said Princess Diana’s youngest son could say “inappropriate things” about the firm, with dire consequences for Prince William, 39, the Express reported.

It was announced last week that Harry, who lives in California with his wife Meghan Markle, 39, and their two children, Archie, two, and Lilibet, born in June, would be publishing his memoir next year.

Seward claimed that a possible attack by the monarchy could jeopardize Prince William’s future as second in line to the throne.

Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, says Princess Diana’s youngest son could be saying ‘inappropriate things’ about the firm, with dire consequences for Prince William, 39. Pictured: Prince Harry reading Thomas and the Royal Engine in January 2020

“William is probably the one who will come out of this the worst because there is an argument between William and Harry and if Harry says things that are inappropriate about the monarchy that is William’s future,” she said.

“It’s not Harry’s future, he’s out now, but it’s William’s future,” she added.

She added that the book would also be “hurtful” to Prince Charles, the father of the Duke of Sussex, who has kept his mouth shut since Harry’s bombshell interview with US broadcaster Oprah Winfrey in March.

She said it would be impossible for Charles not to feel hurt if Harry repeats the accusations that he “hasn’t been a great father.”

Ingrid Seward argued that criticism of the monarchy could be detrimental to Prince William's future.  Pictured: The two brothers at the unveiling of the new Diana statue at Kensington Palace on July 1

Ingrid Seward argued that criticism of the monarchy could be detrimental to Prince William’s future. Pictured: The two brothers at the unveiling of the new Diana statue at Kensington Palace on July 1

Prince Harry has spoken out about what he called the ‘total neglect’ of the royal family since his departure from royal life in March 2020.

Following several TV appearances, including the Winfrey interview and his talking heads in The Me You Can;t See for Apple TV, his memoir will provide an in-depth look at his public life from childhood to the present.

He promised to give an “accurate and completely truthful” account of his life, writing as “the man he has become.”

Family life during the breakup of the Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage, the period of Diana’s death and its aftermath, Harry’s relationship with Camilla and former girlfriends will likely be part of the book that readers eagerly await.

His forthcoming memoir won’t be the only blow dealt The Firm, with an updated version of the controversial biography Finding Freedom in the works.

It was announced yesterday that the book, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, which caused a stir when it was first published in August 2020, would be reissued with an epilogue re-enacting new chapters from the couple’s lives in LA. .

The release is scheduled for August 31 and will detail the couple’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, their move to California and are also expected to discuss their multimillion-pound deals with Netflix and Spotify.

HarperCollins said the epilogue in the paperback edition will share: “Behind the scenes of Harry and Meghan’s groundbreaking interview with Oprah, details behind the couple’s move to California (and) the various philanthropic and business endeavors the Sussexes have faced since their move.” have been involved and what is to come with Archewell Productions.”

It was announced that the explosive biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Finding Freedom would be updated with an epilogue discussing their move to American and their amazing interview with US broadcaster Oprah Winfrey on March 7.

It was announced that the explosive biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex Finding Freedom would be updated with an epilogue discussing their move to American and their amazing interview with US broadcaster Oprah Winfrey on March 7.

It also includes: “The ongoing challenges the couple face in terms of privacy and the British press (and) the heartbreak the couple felt after Prince Philip’s death.”

The updated book, which goes on sale on August 31 – the date Diana, Princess of Wales was killed in a car accident in 1997 – is said to have been written with the help of those closest to the Sussexes.

The reasons behind Meghan and Harry’s decision to step down as working royals last year and move to California were first revealed, seven months after the book’s publication, in the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Meghan and Harry exposed their short lives as working royal couple, claiming that a relative – not the Queen or Philip – made a racist comment about their son, and how the Duchess had suicidal thoughts, but her approach to the monarchy for help was rejected.

Winfrey was left open-mouthed when the Duchess said a fellow royal was concerned about how dark their son Archie’s complexion might be.

The new chapter of Finding Freedom will be “extremely revealing” about the state of the royal rift between Harry and his family and could ruin any chance of reconciliation, a royal expert previously claimed.

Duncan Larcombe, author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story, warned there’s “no chance” of a reconciliation if the book reveals more negative information about the royals or reveals in-depth details of personal conversations between Harry and his family after Prince’s reconciliation Philip. funeral.

“That will really be the last straw,” he told Closer magazine in May. “It will be – there will never be a chance for reconciliation and all trust will be broken.

How could anyone from the royal family trust them again when the intimate details of conversations were leaked. Why would they want anything more to do with it? Those chapters will say a lot about the state of the royal breach as it stands now and where it will go in the future.’

Finding Freedom, which went on sale in January for 99 pence just five months after its release for £20, raised eyebrows at Harry and Meghan’s overwhelming praise and intimate acquaintance, but the pair claimed they had not been interviewed and had not contributed to the book.

It was declared a bestseller, with 31,000 copies sold in the UK in the first five days of release, according to figures from data provider Nielsen Book.

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