Prince Harry has been warned he risks becoming a “complete outcast” among the Royal Family and the British public if he makes any bombshell claims against the monarchy in his upcoming book. The Duke of Sussex’s memoir had been due for release in the coming weeks could reportedly be delayed by several months so he can add new chapters in which he will recount the funeral of his late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Earlier this week, reports began circulating that royal aides have been holding talks over whether they can prevent Harry from publishing his book, with Buckingham Palace said to be deeply worried it may contain damaging revelations about the Royal Family.
There have also been reports the Duke of Sussex is trying to negotiate for the memoir to be toned down following the death of the Queen and his apparent truce with older brother Prince William.
Nile Gardiner, a foreign policy expert, former aide to Margaret Thatcher and monarchy enthusiast, has warned any remaining respect from the British public towards Harry would “disappear at the drop of a hat” if the book contains attacks against his own family.
He argued any such criticisms would destroy hopes of a possible reconciliation with his Royal Family members and would risk making him a “complete outcast”.
Mr Gardiner told Express.co.uk: “The British public has run out of patience with them and Meghan especially is a very unpopular figure.
“There is more goodwill towards Harry but that would evaporate immediately if…