Because of Queen Elizabeth II’s death, it was initially reported that Prince Harry would postpone the release of his highly anticipated memoir.
The Duke of Sussex, along with his wife Meghan Markle, appear to be back in the royal fold, as they were spotted alongside royal family members during the Queen’s mourning period and welcomed the late monarch’s coffin in Westminster Abbey.
While royal fans believe that this will put an end to the family’s feud with the Sussexes, it appears that things are only getting hotter.
According to Radar Online, Prince Harry is adamant about publishing his book in November, even if it means writing more words to include new chapters, such as his grandmother’s death.
Tom Bower, the author of the Duchess of Sussex’s biography, said:
“I am told tonight that Harry is insisting that his book is published in November.”
According to publishing insiders, the book will be delayed, and the biographer reported that Prince Harry and his publishing firm, Penguin Random House, are at odds over this.
He revealed on “GB News:”
“Apparently the publishers are not too certain, but he says if they don’t publish it will be a breach of contract. That’s what I’m told.”
“It’s remarkable, but on the other hand it fits the bill, as Harry and Meghan’s finances are wholly dependent on the book and Netflix, and furthermore, I think they are confident they’re in the right and they want to get their own back.”
According to Penguin Random House, profits from Prince Harry’s shocking memoir will be donated to charity.
Insiders also told the publication that the Duke of Sussex planned to add extra chapters to his autobiography after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, so it would not be released this year.
According to a source, publishers do not want a book to be “out of date” before publication.
Indeed, it is expected that Prince Harry will use this time to reflect, particularly on his father, King Charles III.
In 2021, it was revealed that Prince William’s younger brother had landed a lucrative contract for a tell-all book.
The book’s contents are unknown, but palace sources claim that the royal family is prepared to counter any lies the author may spew.