Prince Harry memoir branded ‘frightening’ after Queen’s death

Prince Harry’s memoir has been called ‘terribly chilling’

Prince Harry has just been branded a ‘fearmonger’ for the ‘devastating plans’ he appears to have regarding Prince Harry’s UK snub.

This revelation was made by Lord Arche, in his interview with Mail Online.

He began by telling the outlet that he felt “deeply concerned” about the potential impact of Prince Harry’s memoir on the rest of the Royal Family.

“I’m very sad. I’m scared for the book. I know they’re writing the funeral chapter, so I guess that’s where the book will end.

For those who don’t know, Prince Harry’s memoir reportedly included a few final chapters that deal with the events leading up to the Queen’s death.

Earlier it was reported that the full autobiography would be released in November, shortly before the Christmas rush, but new reports reveal that everything ran into a glitch and the memoir will be rescheduled to next year.

Before concluding, he also highlighted the money thrown at the Prince’s memoir and admitted: ‘They paid him a lot of money – something like £20million. You want to calm him down if you get paid 20 million pounds?


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