Prince Harry’s memoir will include revelations that “will shake the core of the (British) Monarchy” and that they will be particularly critical of his father’s wife, Camilla, according to a close friend of Charles of England’s son, in statements published this Sunday by the Sunday Mirror.
Friends of the Duke of Sussex, who currently lives in California with his wife, Meghan, and their two children, Archie and Lillibet, predict that the book will uncover his true feelings towards the Duchess of Cornwall.
”He has many things to say. People think that he maintains a discreet profile out of respect for the family, but that is not the case. He is writing a book,” says that source.
He adds that Harry “He has signed a multimillion-dollar contract and he is keeping a lot of opinions for that. The contract specifies that it must include personal and family details.”
That friend assures that the memories “They will shake the core of the monarchy.”
The book is expected to explore Harry’s childhood, his time in the Army – including when he served in the war in Afghanistan – and his marriage to American Meghan Markle.
Queen Elizabeth II recently confirmed that Camilla, 74, will be queen consort when her son, Charles, comes to the throne.
Harry used his last public appearance, a video call this week to former Welsh rugby captain Gareth Thomas, to pay tribute to his late mother, Diana of Wales.
During that intervention, however, Prince William’s little brother did not allude to Elizabeth II’s announcement, a silence that speaks for itself, according to a close friend of the prince, according to which Harry does not have a close relationship with Camilla.
“Although the tensions between the two have eased over the years, it has been more to show unity than to be a close relationship,” he says.
According to that source whose identity has not been identified, “In the beginning there were big problems (between them) but Harry and his brother William have grown and matured, things have improved and now they can live together as adults. They have never had a close relationship and they don’t.”.
The British newspaper notes that Harry’s memoirs could be published before Christmas.
THE FEAR OF CARLOS
Prince Charles has invited his son Harry to stay with him during Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee to patch up their relationship and make sure he doesn’t trash Camilla Parker-Bowles in her memoir, the Daily reported. Mail.
According to the aforementioned media, the heir to the throne offered the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to stay with him at his official residence in the hope of meeting his granddaughter Lilibet, born in California in June of last year. If Harry accepts his father’s invitation, it would be the first time the royal family has gathered under the same roof since the prince and Meghan Markle stepped down as royals in March 2020.
Local media say that Prince Charles fears that his youngest son criticizes the Duchess of Cornwall in his biography for the relationship he had with his father when he was still married to his mother, the late Diana of Wales.
A source told The Sun: “Harry is fiercely loyal and protective of his late mother and her legacy, and he didn’t approve of Camilla becoming the great love of his father’s life.”
“It is understandable that he found those early years incredibly difficult, and he could publicly blame Camilla for much of what he believes went wrong in his childhood and the trauma that the whole situation caused.”, added the source.
“Carlos is deeply protective of Camilla. The last thing he needs, especially in a year of celebration that should be all about the queen, is for Camilla to be brought down at a time when people have finally warmed to her,” he added.
Harry said his memoir, to be published by Penguin Random House, will be written “not like the prince” that he was, but as the man in whom “has been converted.”
“I am writing this not as the prince I was born with, but as the man I have become,” the prince said. “I have worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and I hope that by telling my story, the ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned, it can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common. than we think. I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned throughout my life thus far and excited for people to read a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful,” said the Duke, who was the third place in the line of succession to the British throne.
(with information from EFE)
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Prince Harry’s memoir promises to shake the core of the British Monarchy