Prince Harry’s recent tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey left the royal family “hugely nervous” about what he will reveal in his upcoming memoir — and wondering how Meghan Markle, who recently signed a lucrative deal with Spotify, will dish about her life as a royal.
According to recent news, the royal family is concerned that Harry’s book will contain information that could damage their reputation. “Harry has upset some members of the family by speaking publicly about his past struggles with mental health and alcohol abuse — they thought it was unnecessary to share those details at this stage of his life,” an insider told the newspaper.
The report also noted that Prince William and Kate Middleton are worried that Meghan Markle may discuss her time spent living with them after she married Prince Harry in May 2018.
Royal Family Scared About Prince Harry Memoir
As you may have heard, Prince Harry is writing a book about his life. It’s called “The Royal Family,” and it’s set to hit shelves in 2022. According to the media, the royal family is “hugely nervous” about what Harry will say in the book.
“There is huge concern within the palace at a senior level about what Harry is going to say and what Meghan has said to him,” one source told them. “It’s nervy times in the royal camp right now.”
The news comes as no surprise: Meghan Markle has been quite vocal about how much she dislikes the British monarchy—a sentiment which might not seem so bad if it weren’t for the fact that she married into its ranks last year (and then proceeded to change her name).
Harry has also been writing an as-yet-untitled autobiography alongside Markle and ghost writer Omid Scobie — which could prove more explosive with recent interviews showing no topic off limits for Harry.