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Prince William Will Suffer 'The Worst' from Prince Harry's New Explosive Memoir, Expert Claims

Olowokandi Fiyin
Jul 29, 2021
08:00 A.M.
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Following the reports of Prince Harry's tell-all memoir in the works, a royal expert has suggested that his estranged brother Prince William will be affected the worst by the revelations he makes.


The rift between Prince Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family is still going strong, but it seems the announcement of Prince Harry's upcoming memoir has further raised the tension.

The upcoming book made headlines, following a statement from publication house Penguin Random House that described the memoir as an "intimate and heartfelt" look into his life. However, experts believe it would be much more explosive.

Prince William and Prince Harry at the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana at The Sunken Garden in Kensington Palace, London on July 1, 2021 | Photo: Getty Images



Given how Harry and Meghan rocked the royal family during their controversial sit-down with Oprah Winfrey back in March, experts believe the memoir will air more dirty laundry about his estranged family.

As predicted by Daily Mail, one shocking revelation that is suspected to be present in the pages of the 2022 book is the identity of the royal member that made racist comments about Archie's skin color.


Fans may recall that during the CBS interview with Winfrey, the duo shared that a member of The Firm made comments about what Archie's skin color would look like during a discussion with Harry.

The royal family isn't the only one that has met the news of Harry's upcoming memoir with dismay.


Meghan, who noted that her husband told her, mentioned that there were concerns about her son's complexion and that it could affect whether he would be given security or not.

Although the Sussexes cleared the air after the interview, saying it was neither the Queen nor the late Prince Philip who made the remark, many believe that the memoir will finally reveal the identity of the royal to clear the air.



However, much more than the revelation of the erring royal member, it is believed that Harry's memoir will affect William the most as it would look into their strained relationship and other things.

According to renowned royal expert Ingrid Seward, the book might contain bombshell accusations against the crown, which can mess with Prince William's reign when he eventually becomes King. Seward warned:

"William is probably the one that will come out of this worst of all...if Harry says things that are inappropriate about the monarchy, that is William's future."


The royal author also spoke about Prince Charles, noting that the Prince of Wales has been quiet about his son's book because of the possibility of hurtful revelations that might paint him as a bad father.


Shortly after the Duke of Sussex's memoir was announced, a source close to the royal family shared that the news sent shockwaves across the family, with William and Charles being in fear the most.


The insider noted to US Weekly that William and Charles are particularly concerned about what more accusations Harry would make against the family, given that he has been on a streak of criticism since he stepped down.

To make things worse, no one in the family has received a copy of the book even though Prince Harry secretly worked on the book throughout last year. Hence, they are nervous about its content.



The royal family isn't the only one that has met the news of Harry's upcoming memoir with dismay. According to reports, the duke has been on the receiving end of backlash from royal fans and the public.

Royal expert Natalie Oliveri noted that the anger from the public is a result of Harry and Meghan's initial claim that they desired privacy from the royal life when they stepped down in January 2020.

She argued that the couple moved all the way to Los Angeles to avoid being in the public eye. However, since their exit, they have done nothing but draw attention to themselves over and over again.

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