Queen Elizabeth II would be worried about the publication of the next memoirs of Prince Harry. The sovereign would be particularly afraid for the Duchess of Cornwall.
The concern reigns within the British royal family since Prince Harry announced that he is writing his memoirs, last July 20. A book whose release is scheduled for 2022. The publishing house Penguin Random House promises an “intimate and heartfelt memoir” in which “Prince Harry will share, for the first time ever, the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that have helped shape him.” While fans of the crowned heads are eagerly awaiting the book, Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly “terrified”, our source recently revealed.
According to the sources, the Queen of England is particularly worried about Camilla Parker Bowles. The 95-year-old monarch would fear that her grandson has harsh words for the one who is now his mother-in-law. “Let’s be honest, Harry has never been close to the Duchess of Cornwall,” a close source told the tabloid. “If he documents their strained relationship in the book, it could be very damaging at a time when Charles is laying the groundwork for her to become Queen of England,” the source added.
The death of Lady Di at the heart of the book
Among the topics that Prince Harry will mention in his writings, the father of the family should particularly insist on the death of his mother. “A knowledgeable source told me that Harry’s memoir will focus heavily on the death of his mother, Princess Diana, and the people who caused it,” royal author Angela Levin said. According to the writer, the fact that Prince Harry is writing his memoir proves that he is still suffering from his mother’s death. “It was a terrible tragedy, but it’s sad that he can’t move on,” she added. According to the royal family expert, the Duke of Sussex should also take direct aim at his father, Prince Charles, who is “at the top of his demolition list.”
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