The announcement that Prince Harry will pen an autobiography has caused quite a stir. The public is eagerly waiting for the publication of the book, and reports suggest that the royal family is apprehensive about what the Duke of Sussex may reveal in the pages of his work. However, it appears that not just members of the royal family are concerned about reputational damage as a result of Harry’s “outspokenness.”
Prince Charles’ youngest son and Meghan Markle have signed a deal for the publication of four volumes of memoirs, for which they will be paid a total of £29 million.
According to sources, the palace was appalled by the prospect that one of the novels would have to be published only after Queen Elizabeth’s death. The information was quickly refuted by Harry’s lawyers, who called it “lies and slander.”
The prince’s erstwhile friends at Eton and the army, in addition to the Windsors, were frightened by the forthcoming release of the memoirs.
According to the Daily Mail, young people in Britain, mostly from rich backgrounds, are concerned that the Sussex revelations will embarrass them in public. Obviously, the prince’s schoolmates and army companions do not want him to reveal their pranks or recount their wild and wonderful escapades. After all, the boys have never said anything incriminating about Harry in all these years.
One of the prince’s friends shared with reporters, “There is a fear that he is going to reveal the details of his hedonistic youth, and some are worried about what chaos this will sow in their career and personal life.”
Another friend said emphatically: “Harry’s friends are loyal to him… for now.”
A person close to the duke claimed that if Harry dares to undermine his comrades, he would be in trouble.
The man told the Daily Mail, “If Harry shames any of his school or army friends in his new book, they promised to break the framework and layout the whole truth.”
According to him, Harry’s friends are worried because the letters remain unanswered that they send to his address.
Free News states to remember that the 36-year-old grandson of the Queen of Great Britain pledged to write a memoir on his life, including adventures, losses, and life lessons. The work promises to be exciting and impactful in light of the recent startling discoveries in an interview with Oprah Winfrey and in the documentary “The Me You Don’t See.”