Royal rule one has been broken, and Prince William “must do something” about Harry. Upon the publication of Prince Harry’s memoir, Prince William will be forced to make critical decisions regarding the future of his brother. Despite the delay, Prince Harry’s private life will be revealed in the book, which is now scheduled for release at the end of the year.
Duncan Larcombe, a royal analyst, told the Daily Beast: “As soon as the book is out, Harry’s fate will be decided by William.”But he won’t do anything until he has read the book cover to cover. One rule of the Royal Family is that a senior member of the family who has authored a tell-all book is breaking the first one. The Sun was previously told by a publishing source: “There are no further legal hurdles to clear before this work may be published.
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“Finally, it’s over with and out of Harry’s grasp. This year’s end-of-year release has been postponed once, but it is still on schedule. The monarch is believed to follow the mantra “never complain, never explain.” However, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who abruptly left the Royal Family to raise their young family in the United States, have thrown this technique out the window in recent years by delivering a series of bombshell interviews that have blown the curtain on life inside the Firm.
And now, Prince Harry is preparing to publish his own personal memoir, which he vows will be “exact and fully authentic” about his Royal Famil experience.
According to a publishing source, The Sun: “The text has been completed, and all legal procedures have been followed. “It’s finished, and it’s out of Harry’s hands.
“The publication date has been pushed back once, but it is still on pace to be published before the end of the year.”
It is widely believed that the publication of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 has placed Harry’s brother, William, in a quandary. Duncan Larcombe, a royal specialist who spoke to the Daily Beast about the latest developments, claimed: “William will have to make a decision on Harry once the book is published.
“But he won’t do anything until he has read the book cover to cover.
One rule of the Royal Family is that a senior member of the family who has authored a tell-all book is breaking the first one. Unnamed memoir by Prince Harry threatens to stoke new tensions among members of the Royal Family, who are reeling after the abrupt departure of the Sussexes from the country. When Harry and Meghan appeared on Oprah last year, they made a series of statements about the Firm that have now become infamous.
For the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made their first public appearance together in Britain since quitting as senior royals; a move termed Megxit by some. After leaving for a thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral in London, they were reported to have gotten a “frosty reception” and were significantly absent from lunch with senior members of the Firm.
On Nelson Mandela Day, Harry was given the opportunity to speak at the United Nations. “A global assault on democracy and freedom” was the Duke’s broadside in his keynote speech. It was noted that “the most vulnerable people on our globe suffer the most as a result of climate change.” While many of the Sussexes’ fans applauded the Duke’s speech, others criticized it and questioned his suitability for such an important platform.
Jonathan Sacerdoti, a royal specialist, said of the appearance: “He’s simply completely unqualified to have anything essential to say people, but instead he’s leveraging his position as somebody in the British Royal Family to disseminate what he thinks as an important message.” The commenter clarified that he was not challenging the importance of the message but rather the messenger himself.
Speaking of his late mother, Princess Diana, and the former South African leader, Prince Charles mentioned how he “sought solace” in Africa after her death, which he said took place in March 1997.