Prince Harry memoir in jeopardy: Is King Charles III finally preventing its release?

WINDSOR, ENGLAND - APRIL 17: Prince Harry arrives for the funeral of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on April 17, 2021 in Windsor, England. Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark was born 10 June 1921, in Greece. He served in the British Royal Navy and fought in WWII. He married the then Princess Elizabeth on 20 November 1947 and was created Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, and Baron Greenwich by King VI. He served as Prince Consort to Queen Elizabeth II until his death on April 9 2021, months short of his 100th birthday. His funeral takes place today at Windsor Castle with only 30 guests invited due to Coronavirus pandemic restrictions. (Photo by Victoria Jones - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

Will King Charles III take action in response to Prince Harry’s sensational memoir?

According to reports, Buckingham Palace staff members frequently meet to discuss how they can prevent the Duke of Sussex from making it public.

The book, set to be published before the end of the year, is causing great concern among the staff because it contains potentially damaging information about the British royal family.

There have been rumors that Prince Harry is negotiating to change the memoir, especially in light of Queen Elizabeth II’s recent death and the temporary truce between him and his brother Prince William.

The two illustrious brothers marched in many processions at the previous monarch’s funeral. They even attended a vigil in her honor with their royal cousins.

However, royal sources claim that Prince Harry and Prince William still have a “severe degree of mistrust in the air.” Their relationship is in limbo until the details of the former’s book are made public.

According to the Daily Mail, the most recent discussions are part of a presidential-style plan to ensure King Charles III’s first 100 days in power are uneventful. After all, these are the most important days for the new king.

King Charles III’s anonymous friend stated:

“The question inside the palace is: ‘Can the book be stopped?'”

They stated:

“It’s possible that Harry won’t be able to stop it at this point, but the view at the top is that voicing complaints in public would not result in anything positive.”

Lawyers from a prestigious UK firm are expected to be on standby as soon as Prince Harry’s highly anticipated book is published.

The Duke of Sussex, who has received substantial money from Penguin Random House, may be unable to stop or modify the book, but King Charles III is unlikely to seek a court battle with him.

If the memoir is published before the holidays, it will come at a critical juncture in the new king’s reign.

A palace source claimed:

“His Majesty will expand on the ideas he has conveyed to the country. Now that the period of grief is ended, he will embrace diversity, develop community spirit, and safeguard the space for people with faith and those without.”

The insider added:

“He is aware that his interests and passions will continue as King, but that some of his prior responsibilities will now be carried out by those he can trust.”