It is believed that the disclosure of information in the book will harm.
In July 2022, Cosmopolitan announced that for the holiday the memorabilia of Prince Harry “Duke of Sussex” will be released.
According to the news, the book will be released in November/December.
According to the source of the publication, the memories are already over.
Meanwhile, another insider has indicated that the Duke of Sussex may discuss his previous royal life, which he has not previously discussed.
According to the insider, some of the topics covered include the Duke’s youth.
And “there is information that should concern his family”.
Also, this was reported by the Prince’s former biographer Angela Levin in the Chat Palace Confidential program.
The publishing house Penguin Random has made advances of several million dollars to the royal family.
This means that they took care to get their money for his upcoming biography.
Levin describes Prince Harry as ’embittered and mean’, adding that everything he felt when he saw the events in his life was ‘terrible’.
Moreover, Levin’s colleague, discussion member and royal writer Robert Jobson, had similar fears.
Predicting that the aftermath of the autobiography will have a huge impact in the UK.
Jobson thinks the disclosure of information in the book will hurt.
In particular, in relation to the problem of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, “Who made whom to cry”.
The former BBC journalist said in her recollections that in 2016
The Duchess received a proposal from World Vision Canada in a film advertising a charity’s work to build wells in Rwanda.
Bauer says the prince “brought bags of clothes.”
And “insisted” on his accompanying fashion photographer Gabura Yurina.
She also apparently brought along a hairstylist and makeup artist.
And also the Canadian camera instead of the producer of Surminsky marks.