Prince Harry won’t criticize the Queen in his explosive memoir: Here’s what we know!

The announcement of Prince Harry‘s memoirs had sent tremors through the crown. Members of the Royal family feared he would make further allegations about Elizabeth II because of his explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey last March. But they can be reassured, Meghan Markle‘s husband “will not criticize the queen” in his book.

A relief for the Royal family. Last July, Prince Harry announced to publish his memoirs in late 2022 tracing his “mistakes” and “lessons learned” according to the publishing house Penguin Random House. According to the press release, “his life in the spotlight, from childhood to today” will be reviewed. Except that after the explosive interview of the Sussex couple with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, the Royal family feared the release of this book. Will Prince Harry openly criticize Elizabeth II?

Royal experts had predicted that his memoirs could “shake the monarchy to its core” and tarnish Elizabeth II’s image as she prepares to celebrate her 70th year on the throne. But it seems that this is not the case. Omid Scobie, a close friend of Meghan Markle, said that Prince Harry will not criticize Her Majesty, as reported by The Sun. In fact, instead of being “disrespectful” as some imagined, Archie and Lilibet‘s dad will tell about their close relationship. The Royal expert even added, “Prince Harry is really doing everything he can to make sure there is no material in there [the book] that could be seen as negative towards the Queen or her reign in any way.” In his memoir, “he really wants to celebrate his life and his relationship with her.” Even though, “the press wants it to be a book burned and an attack on the institution, it’s really more about his story.” Good news for Elizabeth II.


Prince Harry’s memoirs

Kate Middleton, Prince William, Charles and Camilla … They are many to imagine the worst about the memoirs of Prince Harry. For a long time, they were worried because they had no idea of the content of this book. The most worried was his father, because he feared it would sully his relationship with the future queen consort. Royal biographer Angela Levin even said she thought Prince Harry might blame Camilla Parker-Bowles for her mental health problems in a “malicious attack” for “stealing” Charles from Diana. We’ll have to wait until later this year to find out Prince Harry‘s story.

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