Prince Harry’s highly anticipated memoir promises to be “the most devastating royal outing” since Andrew Morton’s explosive book on Princess Diana, a royal commentator has claimed.
Royal expert Daniel Elser has commented on the upcoming publication of Prince Harry’s book. She said: “If even a small percentage of the speculation about what he might reveal and how much dirt he might spill is correct, this book is shaping up to be the most devastating royal outing in 30 years, and since Diana, Princess of Wales started whispering in Andrew Morton’s ear.”
Most, if not all, followers of the Royal Family know that the British journalist wrote a shocking account in 1992 of the breakdown of the marriage between the late Princess Diana and Prince Charles. The book “Diana: Her True Story” laid bare the deep-seated marital issues of Prince Harry’s parents and even touched on allegations of infidelity.
Princess Diana disclosed shortly after publication that she had encouraged friends to speak to Andrew Morton for the book. However, it was only after his untimely death that the royal author revealed that Prince Harry’s mother had been the primary source for the story.
A new version of the book has been released which includes a transcription of the tape recordings the late Princess Diana made for Andrew Morton. In them, Prince Harry’s mother detailed her battle with her sanity and bulimia and her feelings for Camilla Parker-Bowles, who would be part three of her marriage to Prince Charles.
Thirty years after the publication of the book ‘Diana: Her True Story’, the Royal Family and their supporters are reportedly bracing for potential new allegations from Prince Harry against his own family.
Experts have suggested Prince Harry may choose to reveal the identity of the alleged ‘racist royal’. As a reminder, the brother of Prince William and Meghan Markle had faced a series of uncomfortable conversations about the skin color of their first child, Archie.
Although Prince Harry previously claimed this was a conversation he was “never going to share”, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams suggested otherwise. “He said he wouldn’t name the [alleged] royal racist,” he said.
Sources report that Prince Harry’s next memoir would likely be released before the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays – putting the release date possibly at the end of November 2022.