Prince Harry has been accused of trying to launch his memoir “like a grenade”.
These claims were made by Nile Gardiner, a foreign policy expert and royal aficionado, express uk.
He opened the caveat by admitting that “the title of the book sets an exasperated tone from the start.”
“It wouldn’t be full of hopes and aspirations. Rather, it would be a book filled with a lot of anger, and the title reflects that anger.”
“Harry and Meghan will be thrown out into the wilderness and will lose their royal titles if this is an all-out onslaught against the royal family.”
Gardiner went on to argue just how “dangerous” Prince Harry’s new book is, just by choosing the title.
“It’s the publication equivalent of having a grenade thrown into Buckingham Palace,” he warned, adding, “This will be an angry and bitter book. It could do a lot of damage to the royal family.”
“The title makes the tone of the book very dark. It could be the equivalent of a grenade being thrown into Buckingham Palace.”
“Buckingham Palace will be very concerned and a lot of nerves. It will be a great bridge to the royal family and serves no constructive purpose.”
“The long-term effects on the monarchy would be very detrimental, and the impact on Harry and Meghan’s status in the royal family would be devastating.”