Prince Harry 'tell-all' memoir still has no release date amid fears it has been delayed

The Duke of Sussex's memoir was tentatively scheduled for release 'sometime this year'

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Prince Harry's memoir which threatened to reveal intimate secrets inside the royal family still does not have a release date, amid fears it has been delayed

Harry said his book will be written “not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become” and as an “accurate and wholly truthful” account of his life.

It will cover his time in the public eye from childhood to the present day.

There are fears Harry will delve further into his troubled relationship with his father the Prince of Wales, write about his rift with brother William, or even name the royal accused of making racist remarks.

Prince Harry
Prince Harry

The Duke is rumoured to have been paid millions for the book, which he has vowed to donate to charity.

But a source told the Sunday Times there was "some uncertainty" over the release date.

The paper also reported the Duke and Duchess' global press secretary, Toya Holness, has left her role, adding further confusion over the release date.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s controversial Oprah Winfrey television interview left the monarchy in crisis in March.

They accused an unnamed royal of racism against their son Archie before he was born, and the institution of failing to help Meghan when she was suicidal.

The royal family and their aides were braced for new revelations, as Harry confirmed he was preparing to publish his tell-all memoir later this year.

The publisher, Penguin Random House, has yet to confirm the exact release date, but previously said it is “tentatively scheduled for late 2022”.