Charles ‘dreading’ Harry’s memoir as it could damage credibility, warns expert
Prince Charles and other senior members of the Royal Family are “dreading” the release of Prince Harry’s memoir because it could damage the reputation of the future king, a royal expert has claimed.
The pair have seen a strain on their relationship since the Duke of Sussex, along with his wife Meghan Markle, announced they would step down as working frontline royals.
With Harry set to publish a memoir next year, there are serious concerns about claims in the book that could damage Charles’ reputation, reports the Express.
Royal insider Richard Kay told Palace Confidential: "I think the difficulty for Prince Charles, every time now Harry opens his mouth, he's seen to chip away at his father's credibility… this must be undermining their relationship.
"They have on the horizon the prospect of Harry's autobiography or memoir – we don't know what's going to be in it."
"But we do know he has spent some time digging into his mother's relationship with his father. They must be dreading the publication of that book and what it will mean.
"We're edging closer to the Prince of Wales becoming monarch and every time these embarrassing situations erupt with his son, it reminds people about why they have had problems with the prospect of Charles as king."
During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry accused his dad of not answering his phone calls.
Prince Charles has worked hard to repair the reputational damage he suffered following the fallout from his battle and divorce with Lady Diana.
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Their marriage grew so tense their tit-for-tat arguments in the tabloids earnt the nickname The War of the Windsors.
Reports claim the Queen herself was so worried about the PR damage, she ordered the couple to break up.
Since then, Charles’ relentless PR campaign tried to win over public support for his marriage to his now-wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
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