Prince Harry, who has been in headlines since he announced his memoir’s release date, is expected to drop some new bombs on the palace.
Royal biographers seem to be divided on sharing their thoughts about the King Charles III’s younger son’s highly-anticipated book, as some suggest the Duke has more to spill in his book, while others claim nothing new is going to happen.
According to some, the Duke’s 416-page book will explore his experience of living “a life staged in the public eye,” giving an “up-close, behind the scenes, intimate and forthright” account from the much-loved Prince who is “reclaiming his own story”.
Meghan Markle’s husband may reveal the ‘alleged racist royal’ in his book, titled Spare, according to Katie Nicholl – writer of new book ‘The New Royals – Harry’.
However, one royal commentator has claimed that there is a particular revelation that won’t be included in the book. Kinsey Schofield has suggested that Harry is unlikely to reveal who the ‘racist royal’ is.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down for their tell-all interview with a US TV host Oprah Winfrey in 2021, where they claimed a member of the royal family questioned what the colour of their unborn child’s skin would be. But the couple did not name the alleged royal racist.
There are speculations that Harry would face huge backlash if he fails to reveal the name of the racist in his upcoming memoir, which is set to hit shelves on January 10.
To promote his book, The Duke of Sussex will sit down for a number of TV interviews. There are speculations that Harry is delving further into his strained relationships with members of the Royal Family. He will also give insight into his new life with his wife Meghan Markle and their children, Archie and Lilibet, in the US.