It’s not long now until Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir hits the shelves, and some say will shake the palace to its core.
The Duke of Sussex – who’s been denied gun-clad guards on his upcoming trip to Holland for the Invictus Games – is expected to release his book in ‘late 2022’, much to the dismay of the Royal Family.
We don’t quite know what the pages will reveal, but royal author Phil Dampier says it’ll be ‘sensational’ and full of ‘festering issues’ that Harry can’t put to bed – and we won’t be able to resist.
Mr Damper told MailOnline: “Harry’s [book] will be a best-seller.
“He’s being paid a lot of money – even if some is going to charity – and so the publishers will want something sensational.”
The author has a good idea of which dramas may resurface in the memoir. He added: “He’s bound to revisit Megxit and justify the reasons he and his wife left the Royal Family.
“And he clearly has issues about his mother which have festered for 25 years.”
Harry’s been less than popular in the eyes of the royals recently, having stayed away from the UK instead of attending Prince Philip’s memorial service at Westminster Abbey.
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According to a royal source, the Queen was ‘deeply hurt’ by her grandson’s decision to miss the important event.
Royal expert Angela Levin commented to The Sun: “The Royal Family are deeply hurt. You can’t help but feel desperately sorry for her [the Queen]. She would have loved to have Harry there for the day.”
Instead, the Sussexes will jet to Holland and attend the opening ceremony of Harry’s Invictus Games on April 16.
The games began as Harry’s passion project for wounded servicemen and women, and it blossomed into one of the most praised sports competitions in the world.
During their stay, Harry and Meghan (who is reportedly joining her husband), will be followed around by an entourage of cameras to capture footage for their future Netflix documentary.
It’s said the couple will be treated as VVIPs during their visit, despite a lack of guards with firearms.
Harry’s been in battle with the UK government over his plea for private security during UK visits, which they’ve denied.
This is thought to be a big factor in the Prince steering clear of Britain, for fear of his family’s safety.
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