Prince Harry warned of ‘disillusioned’ public about royals in his memoir

Prince Harry is advised to prepare evidence if he makes salacious claims about his royal family in his memoir, which is due to be published later this year.

It is understood the book will chronicle the Duke of Sussex’s life experiences and lessons learned growing up not as ‘the prince he was born’ but as ‘the man he became’. It is expected that he will speak naturally of the British royal family. There is also speculation that he could put them in a bad light, especially Prince Charles and his mother-in-law, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall.

Speaking about the memoir with ‘Royally Us’, PR expert Lida Citroen said the excitement over its content was understandable. She compared it to “celebrity space” where people are intrigued and curious.