Prince Harry has the support of his cousins, Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, on his memory, which was set for release sometime in 2022.
Even after the Duke of Sussex Magsaysay, Princess Eugenie and Beatrice are still close. Beatrice also sent public greetings to him and Meghan Markle during their third wedding anniversary in May, while the rest of the royals did not succeed. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also allowed Beatrice and her family to live in Frogmore Cottage, which they renovated before moving to the United States.
A friend claimed that the sisters could understand why Prince Harry would want to write a memoir. She is convinced that she has the things she wants to share with the public, otherwise her family will be deaf.
Sources said Daily mail Princess Eugene and Beatrice are “much more sympathetic” to their cousin. He is convinced that his remarks may have been motivated by “clear words” because before that his voice and opinions were seldom heard within the Shazi family.
The friend added that Prince Harry was often seen as a “resident clown” and “rolled his eyes” when he shared his views on serious matters. The sisters reportedly believe that the interview wire meant what they thought was “finally being heard.”
Unknown Paul’s claims came after news broke that Princess Eugenie and Beatrice were “shocked to hear him speak.” Similarly, reports say that members of the royal family are afraid of the worst memory. They are said to have a “very real fear” that the kingdom may suffer as a result of what it divides.
Prince Charles is said to be upset that his son will write about his stepmother, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, especially since he has “never been close to her”. Prince Harry’s book could be allegedly “very damaging” to Prince Harry’s plans to make her queen “if they have documented their friendly relationship.”
Similarly, the memoirs may have left brothers William and Harry together. This could lead to the end of their close relationship. Despite these claims, Prince Harry is said to have agreed to a four-book deal for his memoir, the first of which will be released by the end of 2022.