People close to King Charles III are very concerned about Prince Harry’s upcoming bookPrince Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor, Duke of Sussex (in English Henry Charles Albert David), due to fears that it will contain unpleasant comments about Camila, writes “Daily Mirror”.
Prince HarryPrince Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor, Duke of Sussex (in English Henry Charles Albert David), has written a memoir due to be published later this year, and will be “a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful,” the publication informed. However, former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan claimed that those close to 73-year-old Charles were “absolutely terrified” by the publication of the book.
“One of Charles’ confidants told me a few months ago that the book was very much feared in the palace, fearing that it would be full of new venomous claims and that they would be aimed primarily at his wife Camilla, as some kind of revenge for her role in the breakdown of Harry’s parents’ marriage. That conversation, of course, was before the Queen died and when Charles was just the Prince of Wales,” Pierce told the New York Times.
The journalist who was quite vocal in his criticism of Prince HarryPrince Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor, Duke of Sussex (in English Henry Charles Albert David), and Meghan MarkleMeghan, Duchess of Sussex (in English: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex), born Rachel Meghan Markle (in English:, added that following the Queen’s death last week, the release of the book would now be “devastating” for King Charles. And added:
“But now he’s king and Camilla is his queen consort, and any such attack coming from the new monarch’s own son is going to be super unpleasant.”
The Duke of Sussex, 37, opened up about his rift with his father in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, where he said he felt “really disappointed” in his dad: “He knows what pain is. Of course he always will I love you, but things happened that hurt, and one of my priorities is to try to deal with them.” Father and son reunited amid interviews first for Prince Philip’s funeral and then for the Queen’s Jubilee. Charles showed a nice attitude towards Harry and Meghan in his first royal speech since the Queen’s death. He said he wanted to “express his love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives abroad”. Harry then returned the favor by mentioning his father in his farewell remarks to his grandmother, the late Queen. In a statement shared on the couple’s website Archewell, Harry wrote: “We now pay tribute to my father in his new role as King Charles III.”
Meanwhile, Pearce called on Harry to “cut his lucrative contract” with Penguin Random House and “cancel the book” so people would believe he really wanted to treat his father well.
“If he doesn’t understand why, he should look up ‘honor’ in the dictionary and find that it means to show ‘unconditional respect’, ‘to value and treat well’ and ‘reverence,'” Pearce added.
However, other sources claim that Harry has been “pushing” for his memoir to be published in November. Speaking on GB News’ Dan Wootton Tonight, royal expert Tom Bower said: “I was told tonight that Harry is pushing for his book to be published in November – that’s amazing. Obviously the publishers aren’t too sure, but Harry thinks if they don’t publish it, they’re breaking the contract,” writes “Blitz”.