PRINCE Harry could DELAY his bombshell memoir after Charles offered him an “olive branch” to heal their rift, a royal expert has said.
The Duke of Sussex announced the release of his upcoming book last year, vowing to give a “wholly truthful” account of his life.
The announcement was said to have triggered a “tsunami of fear” in Buckingham Palace, with concerns the memoir could echo Harry’s bombshell Oprah interview.
Harry was also said to have “barely spoken” with his father last year, as their relations plummeted to “an all time low”.
But in an unexpected act of reconciliation this week, Charles paid tribute to Harry in a Newsweek essay, praising his son’s environmental work while sharing how “proud” he is of the duke for “passionately highlighting the impact of climate change”.
And it’s believed his comments could help heal the ongoing father-son rift.
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told the Sun Online: “I do think this tribute is very significant because this is one thing that Charles, William and Harry share in common and that is the need to fight climate change.
“Harry’s relations with his father have of course been extremely strained.
“The fact that Charles has done this in Newsweek, which has a large circulation in America, I think it’s clearly a form of an olive branch in the hope that there will be a form of…