Prince Harry’s memoir inspired King Charles to ‘bury some secrets forever’
Crisis To “bury some secrets forever” before the Duke of Sussex publishes his biography, King Charles III has gone crazy over Prince Harry’s long-awaited book. “Harry was given a stern warning by the king that his entire family would lose their titles if they revealed anything negative about him in the book.
He will also be permanently cut off from royal life! an insider told Radar. The source also said that Charles has gone into serious crisis management mode. “Harry holds the key to a closet full of sinister secrets, he’s aware of it. Harry calling Charles a poor father on TV is only scratching the surface.
Harry, 38, is said to have received a threat that if he did not give up his sensational $20 million, he would have no “trust” and all ties to the royal family would be severed forever.
Following Queen Elizabeth II’s death in September, the source claimed the head of state was concerned that “anything Harry says now could undermine his rule”. After his grandmother died, Harry apparently reflected on his book, realizing that he may have offended the royal family more than he intended, and that some parts may now be perceived as offensive.
Radar’s sources explained the adjustments as follows: “He also toned down some aspects of Charles. There were last-minute additions regarding the Queen’s legacy.
Harry may be trying to shelve his book to preserve the few remaining ties he has to his estranged family, but it seems it’s too little, too late. “With or without Harry, the book is complete and will be published,” a source told OK!
The book is currently being updated to include the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, but there has been no talk of ending it. Zero. Harry and Charles have had a strained relationship for some time, and it only got worse after Harry and Meghan Markle announced they would be stepping back from their senior royal roles in 2020.
Princes Harry and William find going out with their wives in Windsor “awkward” and “difficult”, a source has revealed. A year after Megxit, the red-haired prince spoke about the relationship between father and son, saying that Charles stopped returning his calls when he learned of the couple’s intention to step back from their royal duties.
GOOD! reported that Archie, 3, and Lilibeth, 1, will have to wait until their father publishes what is expected to be a fascinating book before Charles decides whether to give them royal titles. The book’s release date is unknown.