What happens after the death of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) with the autobiography of Prince Harry (37)? The book is supposed to be out later this year. Royal experts fear new revelations from the son of King Charles III (73) , which could damage the royal house.
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Author Tom Bower (75), who published a book about Duchess Meghan (41), claimed on 'GB News' that Harry wanted to stick to the original publication date – that would be in November. According to the Daily Mail, a source close to the Duke of Sussex denies these speculations.
Royal experts said it would 'look very bad for Harry to release something controversial at this point,' Mail Online said. Other insiders are speculating that the book could be pushed back to 2023 to give Prince Harry time to write additional chapters on the Queen's death.
Prince Harry said he intends to donate the proceeds from the book to charity. As 'The Sun' reported in July, the manuscript is ready and has already been approved by lawyers. At that time, it was still planned to publish the book in the USA in time for Thanksgiving as a potential Christmas present.
As the newspaper wrote, ghostwriter J.R. Moehringer (57) completed the manuscript at the beginning of the summer. A year earlier, Harry had announced that he had been secretly working on an autobiography for some time. 'I'm not writing this as the prince I was born, but as the man I became,' said Harry, who retired from the royal family with his wife Duchess Meghan in 2020, in a statement.
'I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned throughout my life and I am pleased that people can read a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful '. (spot on news/abl)