Prince Harry’s much-anticipated memoir was expected sometime in late-2022, but the combined inside concern over explosive revelations Harry may choose to tell, and the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, have reportedly motivated a pushback and retooling of the book.

Random House shelled out $20 million for the memoir in a July 2021 publishing deal, and Harry has been collaborating with novelist and journalist JR Moehringer to write the book. It’s been said that this book “should make this family nervous” because of never-before-told stories that may crop up.

Page Six alleged through an anonymous source that Harry will have to “take out certain passages that involve Queen Elizabeth, out of respect for her.” He’ll also likely want to recount memories of his and his family’s mourning and the Queen’s funeral.

Harry has gone through a lot of tragedy in his life, being only around 13 years old when his mother Princess Diana died in a car crash while fleeing the paparazzi. He has said in interviews that he began experiencing PTSD from the British tabloids hounding him and Markle because of how his mother similarly experienced destructive media scrutiny during her life.


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While they haven’t addressed these rumors publicly, sources close to the new reigning monarch King Charles III have said that the portrayal of the Royal family in upcoming project by Prince Harry could affect the titles granted to his and Meghan Markle’s children.

Vanity Fair said that their children Archie and Lillibet Mountbatten-Windsor could lose their royal titles depending “on what happens in the coming months, particularly with Harry’s book and their TV show.”

Harry and Meghan are concerned about the titles because it would make it easier for them to get security details in Britain, which has been a hot issue for them since stepping down as Royals.

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