“Your bloody book is going to ruin our family”, Prince William warns Prince Harry.

The long-awaited memoir by Prince Harry will be published in less than two months.

Not surprisingly, it appears that the royal family is not exactly eagerly anticipating the next days.

In fact, there are worries that the book will exacerbate the Windsor family feuds already present.

Of course, they also said so regarding the passing of the Queen, Charles’ succession, and Season 5 of The Crown. Despite all odds, though, the family is still friendly.

However, a number of royal analysts, like journalist Katie Nicholl, think there is a good probability that Prince Harry and Prince William’s relationship won’t last until the January release of Spare.

Nicholl recently told Us Weekly that “William found it very difficult when Harry stepped aside from his royal duties, and I think that’s partially why this split hasn’t been mended, because, you know, William can’t entirely forgive Harry for what he’s done” (via Yahoo).

On him, Princess Catherine, and their small family, it had a significant influence. They were positioned in a prime center as a result. They were thrust into the spotlight much earlier as a result.

After a lifetime of mutual support, Nicholl said she thought William must feel betrayed after witnessing his brother abandon their relationship.

“I believe William had always anticipated having his brother’s backing. And I don’t think it was just because Harry decided to go and stand down, she added.

“I believe a large part of it was the manner in which he chose to do that and what William perceived as significant disrespect to the institution and to his, to his family, to his grandmother,” said the author.

Daniela Elser, a royal specialist, continued, “If he is going to tell all in the most literal sense, it might very well mark the final torching of whatever shaky bridges remain between himself and his family.”

Elser observed that Harry’s book’s timing is questionable:

When the memoir is ready to publish right now, why wait until after the potentially profitable Christmas shopping season?

Given the potential absence of competition, could the date of Harry’s book’s release be a scheme to assure that it tops bestseller lists? Else inquired.

Is it possible that the final book is much less explosive than anticipated? If Harry has been having second, third, or seventeenth thoughts about this autobiography, that is entirely understandable.

The new Prince of Wales is “appalled with his brother’s general behavior,” according to journalist Simon Heffer, and he “just can’t believe the book is coming out at all.”

But, Heffer continued, there’s reason to think the book might be milder than people anticipate.

Harry won’t “like living in exile in America for very much longer,” according to him, and he worries that William won’t “accept a reconciliation” should he and Meghan return to the UK.

Of course, how William feels will be greatly influenced by the book’s substance and King Charles’ response.

Heffer claimed that if the book is truly seriously harmful, in which case bridges may have finally been burned, “Courtiers feel he would welcome him, and the Duchess, back to these shores to live permanently.”

“The hardest part of the upcoming year is probably going to come when he finally sits down to read his younger son’s book. His response to it will show how capable our new king is as a King as well as a father.

If Harry’s memoir is just a weak attempt to win back his family’s favor, readers may be let down, but Charles would certainly appreciate it!


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