Prince Harry set to ‘make things worse’ with Prince William over tell-all memoir, royal expert claims

Prince Harry's memoir is set to be released later this year

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Prince Harry is set to “make things worse” with Prince William following the release of his tell-all memoir, a royal expert has claimed.

Harry’s memoir is expected to be released later this year, with Buckingham Palace reportedly bracing themselves for the revelations that could be included.

And while Harry and his brother William were once inseparable, the pair have grown apart after the Duke of Sussex stepped down as a senior royal and moved to the US to live in 2020.

Since then Meghan Markle and Harry have made a series of allegations about royal life, including racism claims against an unnamed member of the Royal Family during a wide-ranging interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Prince Harry and Prince William
Prince Harry and Prince William
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

And royal expert Phil Dampier doesn’t think there will be a “reconciliation” between the brothers at least until the memoir is released.

Mr Dampier said on social media: “I can’t see any chance of a reconciliation between the Sussexes and the Cambridges until Harry’s book is out of the way.

“And it’s likely to make things worse!”

It comes after some of the stories in the memoir’s manuscript reportedly came as a shock to Meghan.

A report in Heatworld, citing a source, said: "This narrative that Meghan essentially stood over Harry as he wrote the book is way off the mark.

"He and JR Moehringer spent months going through his private photo album, journals, emails and so forth.

"It naturally brought up some extremely raw feelings and surprise anecdotes, many of which came as a huge shock to Meghan when she read through the manuscript."