Buckingham Palace are facing further difficulties with the Sussexes, as Prince Harry‘s upcoming tell-all memoir threatens to “put a bomb” into the midst of the Royal Family. Royal commentator Angela Levin said the decision to release the memoir during the year of the Queen‘s Platinum Jubilee was “unheard of”, as the royals prepare to maintain the focus on Her Majesty.
Angela Levin told GB News: “The next thing is his memoir that is coming out to coincide with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, unheard of really.
“Something she should be the centre of and everyone should work towards her, congratulate her, this extraordinary woman, but no Harry is going have another book.
“Rumour has it, it’s going to put a bomb into the Royal Family, not literally of course.
“Actually it’s not going to be nice, someone told me it was going to be all about his late mother’s death which we’ve heard of before, he can’t move on. Also, the people he blames for it.
“Well, he was only 12 when she died which is a very difficult age, I absolutely am not trying to take away from that, but it’s not going to make anything easier working with the Palace.”
Prince Harry announced his book deal with Penguin Random House on July 19, promising to release an “accurate and wholly truthful” account of his life.
In a statement, the Duke said: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have…