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Next year "there are two ferocious PR storms on the horizon" for the Queen and Buckingham Palace, according to a royal expert.
It's said the PR storms will happen during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Daniela Elser, royal commentator claims Prince Andrew's potential lawsuit in the US and Prince Harry's tell-all memoir could spell trouble for the monarch and the royal family.
Former sex trafficking victim Virginia Giuffre alleges Prince Andrew sexually assaulted her on three occasions.
The Duke of York has vehemently denied the allegations against him repeatedly.
The Jubilee is a time for the palace to show off its glamour and the future heirs on the Buckingham Palace balcony.
It comes as last week, the Queen faced a health issue which royal experts have claimed were covered up and kept quiet by the palace.
A spokesperson said Her Majesty "reluctantly accepted medical advice" to relax for a few days, and two royal events were cancelled.
The Queen also missed Sunday church which is very unusual of her and withdrew from her in-person appearance at COP26 climate conference.
The 95-year-old's health has caused quite a concern around the world after little information was given.
Buckingham Palace released a statement detailing doctors advised her to 'rest' for a few days, with the lack of information causing speculation and rumours to start.
Next year, Prince Harry's memoir is set to be released but there are fears this will cause another problem for the Royal Family in the Platinum Jubilee year.
Royal expert, Daniela Elser questions how the palace will deal with Harry's memoir following Megxit last year and if it is going to be "200-plus pages of affirming personal mantras."
She said: "None of this bodes well given there are two ferocious PR storms on the horizon."
She added: "What the Sussexes’ Oprah revelations and Harry’s subsequent interviews have demonstrated is that the royal is yet to truly plum the depths of his reservoir of hurt and anger when it comes to his family.
"The possibility that his book will condemn the royal family and the monarchy even more than we have seen thus far looms large.
"So, if the palace is wrong-footed and unable to successfully navigate this week’s relatively straightforward crisis over Her Majesty’s health, how in the name of Fortnum & Mason are they going to be able to deal with the Category Five emergencies that are set to hit in 2022?"
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