The title and release date of Prince Harry’s shocking book “Spare” have been revealed, and his father is furious.
According to Radar Online, King Charles III is enraged with his son and is still working on his book.
According to a source, the future king excludes the Duke of Sussex due to the January release of “Spare.”
According to sources, the father-son duo attempted to mend their relationship, but the memoir proved to be a major stumbling block for both.
King Charles III is said to retaliate behind closed doors because Meghan Markle’s husband chose not to cancel his memoir.
First, he removed Prince Harry from his list of five “counselors of state,” who were supposed to fill in for the King whenever illness or international travel prevented him from performing essential constitutional tasks like signing papers and attending Privy Council sessions.
With King Charles III, he vowed to simplify the monarchy, and sources say non-working royals, such as his youngest son, are already on their way out.
One source told the site:
“Charles feels it makes no sense whatsoever to have Prince Harry as one of his five counselors of state when he’s never in the UK.”
“After being put under the bus by his son and Meghan with their tell-alls, he believes it’s critical that the five most faithful and committed to the Palace hold those seats.”
The House of Lords also questioned why the Duke of Sussex and his uncle, Prince Andrew, were still regarded as adequate stand-ins for King Charles III despite having both previously left the UK and retired from public life.
According to reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be invited to the coronation on May 6, 2023. This is also Archie’s birthday, who will be four years old on this date.
Following their Oprah appearance last year and the publicity surrounding “Spare” and their upcoming Netflix documentary, Prince Harry reportedly predicted that his father would abandon him one day.
“It comes as no surprise that talks are underway to have him removed.”
The British royal family is reportedly “dreading” the memoir’s publication, with the queen even putting palace attorneys on standby in preparation for the explosive book.