Prince Harry’s spokesman denied the rumors recently reported in the “Daily Mail”. The newspaper said the Duke of Sussex intends to publish four books, not just one. One volume, in particular, would be planned for the period following the queen’s death, putting the heir to the throne Charles in trouble. But it was denied. Meanwhile, some former friends of the prince are concerned about Harry’s revelations about the past in Eton.
The tug-of-war continues between “Daily Mail” and the Prince Harry who had already had a legal dispute some time ago. This time, at the center of their confrontation, is the memoir del Duke of Sussex, which is expected to come out by the end of 2022 for Penguin Random House.
Prince Harry’s spokesman denies the “Daily Mail”
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Recently the “Daily Mail” revealed that the prince will publish four books, and not just one.
The release of a volume, in particular, according to the rumors given by the newspaper, would have been scheduled for the period following the death of the grandmother queen Elizabeth II.
Perhaps it could contain burning details, such as to jeopardize his father’s accession to the throne Charles.
The spokesman of the Duke of Sussex intervened decisively on the matter, denying this reconstruction by speaking with the“Independent”.
The source reiterated that Harry will cover only one book available from the end of next year and confirmed the publishing house with which the prince has signed the agreement, according to what was announced a few days ago by both sides.
Prince Harry’s former friends are afraid
Meanwhile, to tremble at the release of the memoir del Duke of Sussex would not be just the Windsor and court officials, but also many former friends whom the prince no longer visits.
The volume, in fact, should also include parts of “hedonistic youth” – as one of them defined it, releasing a comment on the “Daily Mail” – linked to the era of college of Eton.
Harry was then a restless, rebellious and transgressive blue-blooded scion, especially in the company of his peers.
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Many of those friendships, then, were later estranged by the prince, according to some because of the arrival, in his life, of his wife. Meghan Markle, according to others because “the excluded” had made statements to the press violating the privacy of Harry.
But if he himself, now, did the same thing – underline the detractors of the gods Sussex – would be the limit.