Prince Harry’s new memoir shakes royals, biographer says


Royal US biographer Christopher Andersen has said Prince Harry’s book will be released around the same time the Queen celebrates her Platinum Jubilee next year.

Prince Harry’s new memoir could spark new tensions within the royal family, it has been claimed

Prince Harry’s upcoming memoirs shake the royal family, a royal biographer has said.

Christopher Andersen recently published the book Brothers and Wives which deals with the relationship between the Sussexes and the Cambridges.

The book makes sensational claims such as the rift between Prince William and Prince Harry could date back to childhood and that it was Prince Charles who allegedly asked what color Archie’s skin would be.

Christopher Andersen, an American journalist, has been reporting on the royal family since the 1970s and believes there will be more drama to come next year.

The Queen will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee next year. The celebration of his 70-year reign will take place just months before the release of Prince Harry’s memoir.







Christopher Andersen recently published the book Brothers and Wives which deals with the relationship between the Sussexes and the Cambridges
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Christopher believes this will create some issues as to whether or not the Sussexes will be invited.

He said News week : “I imagine they are shaking in their boots, I know they are. The potential for calamity with the publication of this book is immense.

He added: “And so I can see more chaos on the horizon and more hurt feelings. Meghan will come and she will bring Archie and Lili.”







Prince Harry and Prince William’s split may have started in childhood, it has been claimed
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The celebration will most likely see members of the Royal Family gathering on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for the Trooping the Color.

If Prince Harry and Meghan Markle come with their two children, it would be the first time the royal family has met Lilibet – after his birth in June.

However, the royal biographer says tensions within the family persist.

He said: “William is completely loyal to his father. Any perceived reproach towards his father, even from his own brother, is something he will inevitably respond to.







A recent book claimed it was Prince Charles who asked what color Archie’s skin would be
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“I can’t imagine he won’t be telling his own story at some point.”

It comes as Prince Charles reportedly called his lawyers after being accused of being the ‘royal racist’ Harry and Meghan alluded to in their explosive interview with Oprah.

The couple made headlines around the world in March when they suggested that a senior member of the Royal Family asked what the color of Archie’s skin would be.


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The book claims Charles, 73, was the royal who made the comment and alleges it happened on the morning Harry and Meghan’s engagement was officially announced, November 27, 2017.

A spokesperson for the Prince of Wales strongly denied the claims, saying: “This is fiction and does not merit further comment.”

Buckingham Palace has said in an earlier statement: ‘We do not comment on books of this type because it risks giving it some form of authority or credibility. “

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