Prince Harry warned he could put King in ‘terrible position’ with memoir

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    King Charles could be put in a "terrible position" if Prince Harry "rubbishes" him in a bombshell memoir due to be released early next year.

    It comes amid reports that the Duke of Sussex has not altered the contents of his book, Spare, in the wake of the Queen’s death, apart from a tribute to the late monarch.

    Speaking to GB News yesterday (Saturday), royal expert Charles Rae said: “I was always of the view that he was not going to make any changes whatsoever.

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    "So, I'm not surprised that we are now being told by Meghan and his cheerleader, Omid Scobie, that he has not changed one word, and the only thing he's going to add is a tribute to her late majesty.”

    Mr Rae added: “It is a terrible position. Especially as we're now told that he has not consulted his father. He's not consulted any other member of the royal family

    “Presumably he's going to be discussing the rifts with his brother as well. We know that there has been a rift that's been discussed, but he's supposed to be going into quite a bit of detail on the rift

    “King Charles is going to have a terrible decision to make if, in fact, Harry pulls the trigger on the members of the family and rubbishes them.

    "And if he does it to Camilla, it was bad enough when she was just Duchess of Cornwall, but now she's Queen, it's not going to go down well at all."

    Omid Scobie, an author and friend of Meghan Markle, has claimed, according to fresh reports in The Mirror, that Prince Harry's memoir was completed five months before the Queen's death.

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    The tome, which is due to go on sale on January 10, has been named after the phrase "The Heir and Spare", a reference to Harry and his older brother Prince William, now the Prince of Wales.

    Mr Rae added: “We don't exactly know what's in this book," adding: "I mean, we have to assume that he's being paid an awful lot of money for a few exclusives in there about the family.

    “Now, if he starts to rubbish his father, who is now king and his stepmother, who is now queen, then I think all hell will let loose.

    “I think that it's about time that Harry and Megan lost their titles. They're trading in their royal links to make their own money."


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