Prince Harry’s memoir has been delayed until next year following the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, on Thursday, September 8.
PRINCE HARRY’S MEMOIR POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT YEAR
Duke of Sussex Prince Harry’s memoirs will not be published until 2023. It follows the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, on Thursday, September 8.
The memoir is believed to have cast a shadow over the royal family for several months and is due to be released in late 2022. It is believed that their goal was to cash in on the Christmas market.
However, the book’s release was reportedly delayed as it would have been seen as disrespectful to the late queen. A source told the Telegraph that the delay would allow Prince Harry to update the book with additional chapters about his grandmother’s death.
A source tells Page Six that the big question is, “Is Harry filming anything potentially bad that he wrote about [William, Charles and Camilla] now? Who knows what will change.”
However, Prince Harry reportedly would have nothing bad to say about the Queen.
“He will never write anything bad about the Queen. He always loved and respected her very much,” the source continued.
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TOM BOVER WEIGHS
Reports of the memoir being delayed came after Tom Bower commented on Prince Harry’s memoir. Bauer, whose biography of Meghan Markle was published earlier this year, said Prince Harry “insisted” on keeping the original date.
“I was told tonight that Harry is pushing for his book to be published in November. Apparently the publishers aren’t too sure, but he says that if they don’t publish it will be a breach of contract. That’s what they told me,” Bauer told GB News.
“It’s extraordinary. But on the other hand, it fits the bill because Harry and Meghan’s finances are completely dependent on the book and Netflix. Also, I think they’re convinced they’re right and want to get theirs back,” Bauer continued.
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