Prince Harry‘s decision to release his tell-all memoir in the autumn of 2022 has come under scrutiny, with former royal butler Grant Harrold telling Express.co.uk he thought the Duke of Sussex would have “delayed” its publication. The memoir is currently due to hit bookshelves shortly after the Queen‘s Platinum Jubilee, which could threaten to “overshadow” the festivities, as concerns grow amidst royal fans that the Duke of Sussex intends to include “damaging” material in the book.
Prince Harry announced on July 19 that he would be publishing an “accurate and wholly truthful” account of his life through Penguin Random House.
Grant Harrold, who worked for the Royal Family from 2004 until 2011, told Express.co.uk: “I would have thought, you know how many of the royal staff have brought out books and memoirs and stories over the years, it’s not unusual.
“It’s not even that unusual in the Royal Family because King Edward VIII did the same thing, he brought a book out.
“The problem is, yes of course the book could be damaging, because we don’t know what’s going to be said – when I say damaging, I don’t know if people are going to retaliate against him or if it’s going to be people questioning it.
“Who knows, because everyone at the moment is obviously supporting the Queen and the family.”
Prince Harry’s memoir is due to be released in late 2022, with proceeds from the book sales donated to…