Shortly after Prince Harry announced that he would publish his memoirs at the end of 2022, the Daily Mail page reported on the reaction and feelings of the British Royal Family. The information from Royal sources provided to the Daily Mail, Buckingham Palace and other royal residences, is now very angry and disappointed by Harry’s actions.
The reason lies not only in the publication of the memoir, but also in the release point of Harry’s memoirs: 2022 – just when Britain and the British Royal Family are preparing for the Queen’s Platinum Celebration. The book’s release on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign is said to be the clear intention of the Sussex family.
If in the memoirs Harry reveals any shocking information, chances are, Queen Elizabeth’s celebrations will be overshadowed. Obviously, this is not what the British Royal Family wants. So, for many people, Harry’s debut at the end of 2022 is considered the “last drop” in the already strained relationship between Harry and the royal family.
On the evening of July 20, according to some domestic sources, it was predicted that the Queen of England would most likely cancel her invitation to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to mark this important milestone in June next year for the Queen. Harry, Meghan and their children.
“His Majesty the Queen has worked very hard to keep her grandson’s relationship with the family separate from the decisions she needs to make professionally, so to speak. And invited the Sussexes to join her. Attending next year’s Platinum Celebration is completely genuine.
Even though things are going very hard, there is still a small but persistent hope that as time goes on everything will be healed. But the feeling right now is that the book might end up being the last straw.
Harry has been working on this book in secret for a while now and he has also made it clear that he and writer Moehringer will do whatever it takes to get the best results. The fact that Harry will reappear with his family in the future is becoming more and more unbelievable,” the source told the Daily Mail.
Not only that, the time when the memoir was released was also considered an act of humiliation for the royal family, showing no respect for Harry’s family. The memoir, not unlike their interview with “media queen” Oprah Winfrey, was filmed and aired in March. This is also the time when Prince Philip was hospitalized.
Earlier, on the evening of July 19, the Duke of Sussex confirmed that he was working with American screenwriter JR Moehringer to soon release the “told memoir” next year. Speaking of the book, Harry said: “I’ve worn many hats over the years, literally and figuratively. And my hope is in telling my story – the ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons. experiential learning – I can help demonstrate that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.
I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned throughout my life so far and am very excited to have people read my life narrative accurately and completely firsthand. honest”.