Prince Harry has received £17.5million of the £35million book deal which includes four books, one to be published later this year. But the Duke “has thrown a spanner in the works” by trying to change some of the stories in the book. Royal expert Robert Jobson revealed Harry has to “own every word” in the book.
Speaking to the Australian morning show Sunrise, Mr Jobson said: “As it’s an autobiography and we know it’s been penned by somebody else but the fact is he’s got to own every word, hasn’t he?
“The narrative whatever way you look at it, if people disagree then you’ve got a problem because it’s going to be down as the narrative for William and his father.
“He’s not even done a Diana, Her True Story because she could say it was written by Andrew Morton. This was written by him.
“I don’t know if he can dampen it down because if does then the amount of money he’s been paid the publishers might turn around and say, we don’t want to pay you the rest.”
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Despite a turbulent relationship over the past few years, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and other members of the royal family have been united in grief after the Queen’s death.
This has prompted questions over the possibility of a reconciliation between Harry, his brother the Prince of Wales, and their father King Charles III.
Although the duke has stepped back from royal duties and was not permitted to wear uniform on Monday, he took his place alongside William during their late grandmother’s state funeral.
Harry and Meghan also joined the group of royals who made their way to Windsor and took part in the committal service and interment, which will see the Queen laid to rest alongside the brothers’ grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex established a new life for themselves after stepping down as senior working royals.
When Harry and Meghan stepped down from royal duties and stopped using their HRH styles, the couple made headlines around the world and later sparked further controversy with their allegations of misconduct levelled at the Royal Family.
Harry and Meghan – parents to Archie and Lili – have taken part in a number of interviews since their departure from royal life, including a bombshell sit-down with US talk show host Oprah Winfrey in 2021.
They accused the royal family of racism, claiming an unnamed royal made a racist remark about Archie before he was born and that the institution failed to help a suicidal Meghan.
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The Duchess of Cambridge was publicly singled out by Meghan for allegedly making her cry in the run-up to the wedding.
More recently, Meghan’s interview with The Cut hit the headlines as the former actress said it takes “a lot of effort” to forgive and hinted that she can “say anything”.
Meghan said that “just by existing” she and Harry were “upsetting the dynamic of the hierarchy” before they stepped down as working royals.
While in The Hague for the Invictus Games earlier this year, Harry was interviewed by NBC’s Today show and appeared to issue a veiled warning to those closest to the Queen, saying he wanted to make sure his grandmother was “protected” and had “the right people around her”.