Prince Harry does not believe his memoir will be an ‘F you’ to the Windsors?

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During the hurricane of “controversy” over Lilibet Diana’s name last month, CB asked me on the Gossip With Celebitchy podcast if I thought that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sometimes truly believe that certain decisions they make will “land softly,” and that they’re sometimes surprised when sh-t like a baby’s name becomes this huge controversy. I’m still pondering that question, honestly. I think at this point, Harry and Meghan know that whatever they do, whatever decisions they make will be exploited by the British media and by the Windsors themselves. I tend to believe that in the year of our lord Beyonce 2021, Harry and Meghan are just doing what they want and letting the chips fall where they may, Harry moreso than Meghan (if we’re being honest). I think Meghan still worries about sh-t. Harry’s energy is “f–k all y’all.” OR IS IT?

Prince Harry does not consider his $20 million memoir to be a “f–k you” to the royal family, Page Six is told. As we revealed, our royal exclusive on Harry’s book deal left the palace in uproar on Monday after the renegade royal left them in the dark about his plans.

But we’re told that the Duke of Sussex feels he will simply be telling his “truth” in the memoir that will be released at the end of next year.

We’re told that Harry says he is not writing the book to deliberately hurt his family, including his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles, insisting that he has approached it as a way to reflect on his life and correct misinformation.

It is not part of a plan to leave his family behind once and for all, they say.

However, royal insiders see it rather differently, as one said: “On what planet does Harry think that this is not a ‘f–k you’ to the family?”

Even those in the family closest to Harry, including his cousin Princess Eugenie and Zara Phillips, are less than thrilled about the book, other sources tell us.

[From Page Six]

This is why I’m still pondering CB’s question about “landing softly.” Of course Harry knew that his memoir would NOT land softly. Of course he knew that when Dusty Saltine Isle found out about the memoir, he would be smeared right, left and center. Of course he also knew that it would be interpreted by his family as a “f–k you.” So… yeah. It reminds me of both the Finding Freedom controversy and the Oprah interview and the discussion about what Meghan and Harry would reveal. It turned out that they held back in both of those outlets. Will Harry continue to hold back or not?

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  1. J ferber says:

    My God, his header photo is gorgeous and sexy as hell! More substantively, I believe he’ll devote a lot of time in the book to the value of compassion that his mother taught him and that he epitomizes.

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      Finding Freedom and the Oprah interview were the test cases. I hope this memoir does not hold back. If anyone tried to get my wife and children killed I wouldn’t take it lightly.

      • goofpuff says:

        I honestly feel like he is holding back. I would burn every bridge if I had been him with a family like that trying to destroy his wife and write his children out of their royal history for merely existing.

  2. fluffy_bunny says:

    I think it’s going to be like Finding Freedom and spill very little tea if Harry doesn’t believe that it’s a fuck you to his family. He knows if he spills secrets that it’s a fuck you. As much as we all want the secrets to be spilled it’s up to Harry to decide when he’s had enough of his family and is willing to spill. This won’t be the last book he writes. Or maybe Meghan will be the one who does the tell all about her royal experience.

    • Bettyrose says:

      ITA. It’ll be better than Finding Freedom though because it’ll be a look inside Harry’s mind and heart. Why should he go scorched earth when just telling his own story is the most powerful thing he can do? Harry already knows the truest thing in life: living well is the best revenge.

    • Chelsea says:

      Nah if one of them goes scorched earth it will definitely be Harry not Meghan. That said i don’t think his issies with the Firm will be anywhere nest the focal point of this book. I think he will focus on how he overcame his mistakes to use his privilege for good and how the military and meeting Meghan changed his life trajectory but I think he will set the record straight on some of the f*ckery put out by the palace in the press the last few years. And if the Firm tries anything with Meghan in the next year i think he will make them regret it

  3. AD says:

    There he said it. Now they can all go home! But that too much to ask for the BM.

    IMO it is about Harry finding himself through his experiences. I am interested in reading it. If he talks about his learning issues he will win a lot of new fans. Americans love to see vulnerability and that’s why he said we all have more in common than we think.

    And the BM needs to learn the difference between a memoir and an autobiography. Coz they keep using the latter a lot. There is a difference.

    • Mac says:

      Exactly. Harry isn’t writing a day-by-day account of his life, he’s writing about his experiences and what he learned from them. Such a tempest in a tea cup.

  4. Me says:

    The incessant desire of narcissists for centrality. His family may not even be that big a part of this book—Harry actually has achievements to his name that he can discuss.

    • Rapunzel says:

      I think if any revelations are had in the book, they will be regarding Harry’s past. We might get tea about his exit from the military and the boondoggle over his leaked whereabouts. His experiences with Veterans, his various travels.

      We might get tea re: celebrity connections he has. Possibly some deets on who set him up with Meg (we don’t know for certain, right?). Maybe some stuff about his connections with his cousins, like Eugenie.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        I’d love for Harry to tell us how absolutely and positively in love he is with Meghan. It’s obvious to all of us but to put it in his own words and know his petty brother will read it and realize his life is so empty would be fabulous.

  5. Rapunzel says:

    I think Harry understands the invisible contract between the press and the firm well enough to know he doesn’t need to go hard in his memoir. He knows the Rota and the BRF will play themselves. If the Oprah interview was any indication, they’ll provide the damage for him and he can stay classy and not really go all out.

    Why burn things down when all you gotta do is buy a lighter, and someone else will steal it and commit the arson for you?

    I think Harry is tactical enough to see that the hands off approach is best. Just do you, Harry, and let the rats eat themselves.

  6. JT says:

    As if his family hasn’t been saying fuck you for Harry’s whole life. Get real. Harry was and is the least protected member of that damn cult and they know it. The rapist gets more protection than the war vet. Harry was working himself to the bone for that clown show they call a firm to the point where he was burning himself out, all so the other brother can do fuck all for two decades. Harry was propping up that family for years. He was the one they called “the jewel of the crown.” They should’ve kept Good King Harry happy, not the lazy ass “elegant” one. The royals are getting what they deserve.

  7. Midnight@theOasis says:

    I believe Harry believes what he says. This is him telling his truth and correcting misinformation about his life (as told by others). Harry has a right to set the record straight and chronicle his own life story and history. And again, as others have said, if the BRF have done nothing untoward, shameful or abhorrent, how is Harry’s memoir a big F*ck you to them? What did they do that’s got them so afraid? They keep telling on themselves.

  8. Petitehirondelle says:

    I have the feeling that he still loves his family and maybe he will be close again of his brother. I know here people don’t like william but i have thé feeling that he is sad too about his brother. I don’t bélieve that Harry will have no more bonds with them. He seems to have a lot of respect for his grandmother too.

    • Woke says:

      Based on what he himself said, yes he still love them, the relationship most likely to be repaired is with Charles, the relationship with his brother is space that means beyond repair for me.

    • Bettyrose says:

      That’s the thing with family, isn’t it? For better or worse they’re always a part of you. No one truly wants to be estranged from family but sometimes it’s the only option. It’s never easy, though.

    • AD says:

      I don’t think anyone denies that Harry loves his family. It’s the nature of the beast when it comes to SM. People take sides and we do sometimes forget that these are families also. Just as we would feel if there was feud in ours, we would at sometime want to be at peace.

      At the end of the day, I think the media instigates, make assumptions etc etc. brings in these experts that use clue words such as they believe, RE suggests, or hypothesize revealing that these are all opinions and tsome that distorts the view of supporters and the antis. Most just drink the coolaid.

      For example Lilis name. I believed he tried to reach out. Then it became he said, she said (permission, no permission) to be honest I know the Queen’s allegiance is first to the monarch but she could put a stop to a lot of things. On the other hand, after doing things one way since 1952 I guess it is hard to change because that never complain and explain is not going to work in the long run. The way they do things is just archaic, that’s why when they talk about modernizing I don’t see how they can.

    • Ginger says:

      Of course he loves them but I don’t think he trusts them at all.

      • jwoolman says:

        That’s often wise with certain relatives – love but don’t trust. Another version of “Trust in Allah, but tie up your camel.” Or “Watch your back.”

        Family really can be the worst, since it’s difficult to get away from them. This isn’t just a royal thing, their family dysfunction just gets a lot of publicity because they are born as celebrities.

    • Lila says:

      I think everyone knows he loves his brother, as Harry himself said that in the interview. However, I think it’s very obvious that Harry’s made a decision for the health and happiness of his own family (Meghan, Archie and Lili) and I don’t think he will keep a tight bond with William if William continues to jeopardize his family’s safety.

    • Sof says:

      Everyone is so caught up in their own version of things that they forget we don’t know anything 100% about that family. Like, the Queen was named “Petty Betty” on this website prior to Lili’s birth.

      • Beach Dreams says:

        But even before Lili’s birth, Harry and Meghan made it obvious that they had no problems with the Queen or Philip. People here already knew how much the Sussexes loved and respected her, but it certainly doesn’t mean that they have to respect her too.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        I think a lot of what we were calling her Petty Betty for was actually Charles’ doing because we didn’t know exactly how much say she was having in the things that were happening like the wreath debacle. It’s become clearer that she’s not the one in charge and M&H don’t have issue with her because they realize she’s no longer in control.

    • Beach Dreams says:

      I mean…Harry *literally* said he still loves his family in the Oprah interview and that the whole situation was sad and unfortunate. Sorry, but I’m not sure why you’re acting like you’re revealing some great big secret epiphany to everyone. He also said his relationship with William was one of “space” and that it was for the best. From everything he’s said and done, his relationship with his brother looks the least likely to be repaired.

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      Petitehirondelle, this is probably a perception that a palace would like to put out there. It rather absolves the perpetrators of wrong doing, or at least waters it down. The problem with this scenario is that Harry knows what happened and who did the most to harm his wife. That’s not something that disappears and it’s not something that gets a “oh, well, for the sake of the family, I’ll just ignore that or pretend it wasn’t as despicable as it was”. There are some actions that simply cannot be ignored or forgotten. I believe Harry when he says he loves his family. I believe Harry and Meghan when they talk positively about Harry’s Grandmother. I also believe him when he talks about his Father and then his Brother. Who knows if he will be able to reconcile with his Father. Time will tell, but he did say he would make working on that relationship a priority. As far as his Brother, nope I’m not buying what you’re selling. I think some really unforgiveable things were said and done by his Brother and his Sister-in-Law, which makes that relationship probably impossible. I believe what he says and not what misperception that gets floated by people whom it benefits.

  9. Snuffles says:

    I believe Harry will pull his punches when it comes to family. He won’t spill their individual secrets but he will talk about his life and relationships with them in a frank manner. And everyone knows that it ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. Whatever he says, no matter how gently he puts it, will cause an uproar. Anything less than obsequious fawning will be considered an offense with this lot.

    • Jais says:

      Exactly, @snuffles- anything less than obsequious will be seen as an eff-u, no matter how gently Harry words it.

  10. Over it says:

    Is page six owned by Murdock? Then if so, then Harry hasn’t told them shit. He doesn’t deal with Murdock.

    • swirlmamad says:

      Yup. The NY Post is the American arm of the DM, basically.

    • L4frimaire says:

      Harry isn’t dealing with those rags but some rumors is that the leak came from the ghostwriters camp. One thing people tend to forget is that Rupert Murdoch is anti-monarchist and has been on the record as a republican ( small R). However, he is still a right wing troll who collects aging trophy wives, who has outsize influence on public opinion and influencing governments and media in Australia, US, and the UK to push his reactionary backwards agenda. Part of the reason a Murdoch paper dropped this was to poke the monarchists, same way releasing that pap photo of Meghan with Archie on Louis’ birthday riled them up. He absolutely despises the “ wokeness” of the Sussexes, and their refusal to play ball with the tabloids and make them money , but he is not a monarchist and he is enjoying this panic in the palace.

  11. Heidi says:

    This book is not a finished product yet and a lot can happen in a year.

    If Charles & William keep briefing against him on a daily basis, Harry might decide to spill more tea than originally intended.

    • Jais says:

      I wonder if there could end up being two slightly different versions. One will be published if the family reins it in but a slightly more detailed version will come out if the family keeps it up.

      • NotSoSimpleTaylor says:

        I wouldn’t expect to see the book until sometime in 2023. I expect that palace lawyers will attempt to create some kind of legal hold up to prevent publication. But I expect with all the receipts that Meghan and Harry have that publication will go forward.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        NSSTaylor, yes, they could try to get a preliminary injunction to stop publication for a very short while. They would then need to PROVE that what they said to get the preliminary injunction is true. I can’t imagine H&M’s lawyers are going to let that languish in any court, so it will move quickly. The question is: Do the brf want the evidence in the public eye? Because if Harry needs to prove what he says is true, that’s exactly what will happen. They don’t have influence over the US court system.

    • Green Desert says:

      Yes to both of you! I’ve got my tinfoil hat on but the news leaking this far ahead of time almost feels like a warning shot to the BRF. Keep our names out your mouths or my book gets a lot more detailed. Hmmm.

  12. Over it says:

    If Zara was that close to Harry then she won’t look like a disrespectful bitch at his wedding. She could have stood up for him in the press but again this so call family all of them stood by and did and said nothing while the press continues to attack them and their innocent babies. Why is it that Harry is always to turn the other cheek while his family continues to slap him time and time again

  13. Becks1 says:

    So, I do think they are sometimes surprised by the controversy around their every move. I do think they were genuinely surprised by the uproar over their daughter’s name, especially considering how clear they were in the interview about their good relationship with the Queen.

    But, I do not think Harry is surprised by the controversy around THIS move. Whatever the book says, the very idea of it was always going to throw the royals and the BM into a tizzy. And now they have a year to foam at the mouth over this.

    I am on team “this book isn’t going to spill any real tea but anything besides “the royals are perfect” is going to set off everyone over there.”

    • Rapunzel says:

      Becks- lol, even if the book said the royals were perfect, Harry would get criticized for “hypocrisy” based on how his “prior brutal attacks showed he doesn’t think the family is perfect.”

      I can see it now.

      • Becks1 says:

        True! There is literally nothing he can say in this book that won’t set off the rota. If he mentions being royal even once, they’ll say he’s trading on his status. If he never mentions it, they’ll say he’s turned his back on his family. And so on.

        If we know that, then Harry knows that so it will be interesting if he decides to say “eff it” and really spill everything, or if he’s still going to hold back.

      • AD says:

        The problem is they don’t know what to do with him. They can’t control him or what he does. They are not in the position to review his next move and give an up and down votes so they do the only thing they know how to do best which is attack like vicious dogs.

        But I think they will eventually understands that he is own man. He loves his family but is an independent thinker. Remember his famous words “i will not be bullied). In their world the sun rises and sets on that famous balcony lol! The world thinks otherwise.

      • ArtHistorian says:

        The BM is going to create drama no matter what he does because performative outrage about the Sussexes sell. That is really the bottom line. If they don’t have real sources then they just make stuff up. Often their “royal insiders” are other royal reporters.

  14. Amy Bee says:

    The fact that they always warn people who work with them that they should expect to be attacked means that they know that whatever they do will be criticized and that the Royal Family will attack them so, no need to ponder that question. It’s clear from the article that the Post has no idea what’s going to be in the book. Random House’s statement explains what’s going to be in it.

  15. Simone says:

    Lol. Harry’s people said it. He’s going to “correct misinformation.” The RF & rota have lots to be scared about. Harry’s people are briefing Page Six now, so I refer back to my comment on a previous post. It looks like this may have been a deliberate leak because Harry wants to hold the book over the RF’s head until late next year due to their disgusting behavior towards him & their holding of fake bullying allegations over Meghan’s head. Don’t pick a fight with a soldier.

    • Lady Digby says:

      I don’t blame Harry for playing KP at own game and giving them over a year to worry about his memoir just as they are delaying bullying investigation to coincide with Jubilee. The measure of hysteria is an indication of bad conscience so it will be revealing to see who squeals the most at the prospect of Harry’s side of the story coming out. Expect a lot more malice from the palace before Harry serves up the brew that is true from the flagon with the dragon to quote Danny Kaye from The Court Jester!

      • AD says:

        The delay is deliberate. They want to have the last word. When they release the report, Harry is going to do some revising of his memoir so they better be careful. Because I love my family does not mean I am going to let them hold my hand under water.

  16. Plums says:

    I think this is honestly 3 quarters projection on the part of the rota. I’m sure this forthcoming memoir is worrying in some quarters of the family, but it’s not a fuck you or any sort of attack on them; it is absolutely a fuck you to the tabloid media though.

    Seriously, you can replace any of the tabloid headlines over the past year and a half pearl clutching over Harry waging war on his family and replace whatever family member is in the headline, from grandma to father to aunt and uncles and brother and sister-in-law and everyone, with “me, the author of this article” and it would actually reflect reality.

  17. Steph says:

    Off topic, you know how you take in sentences as whole as opposed to individual words. I had to go reread “right, left, and center” bc I always say left first. Which do you all say first?

    On topic: I don’t think Harry is trying to give his family a big FU I think he just doesn’t care how they take it either way. Like, I don’t think he’s specifically seeking revenge but is ok if he accidently lands a blow.

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      Steph, I said it left, right and center, too! Starting with “right” is awkward to read.

  18. MsIam says:

    I saw a clip on YouTube of Harry being interviewed. It was pre beard so he looked really young, possibly still a teenager or early twenties. Anyway he was saying how he wished he had his own newspaper column so he could correct what was being written about him. So this desire to tell his own story ho goes way back, pre feud, pre Meghan. So he’s got a lot stored up as far as what he wants wants to say. I think the media are the ones who are really in for it.

  19. Winoforever says:

    Chess not checkers, baby.
    This gives Wills and Woots enough time to panic write and release a train wreck tell all that will tell on more than it will tell about the Firm. Harry’s book will be an inspirational powerhouse because that’s his bread and butter. And while he may serve some tea, I doubt he’ll spill it on himself like Wills will.

  20. Sofia says:

    Yeah I’m also on team “this won’t spill anything scandalous but will go in on the media and the courtiers”. I think he’ll talk about his family but that’s inevitable even if he doesn’t say anything to be worried about. If anyone’s expecting a “Okay so here’s the dates and times regarding who said what about Archie” or “Yes William does cheat on Kate and here are all the names” then you’re going to set yourself up for disappointment.

    Or I could be very very wrong and he says it all.

  21. Cisne says:

    Did Harry not say in his Oprah interview that he would never name names re that racist interactions with his family member(s)?

    Yah Random House is a real bitch for letting this leak but that is how they will make back their signing bonus and generate interest in the project/book. All these rich white people are so shady and vile. Probably got paid for this information by some media moguls. I believe that they believed Random House when they promised that this project would stay under wraps like how Oprah did with interview until the opportune time. Their, H&M, naivety shines through all the time. But you need to be able trust people to be able to live an okay life too. They have been right 3 (Netflix; Oprah, and Spotify) out of 4 times. 75% is not too bad a record

    I bet Harry’s book will speak of his familial experiences – growing up with his mom and brother, and father in that order of emphasis; his school days & dealing with his mom’s death/life in Royal family after her death/his relationship with his grandparents; his time as a soldier and then as a working royal/building his charitable organizations and chops; the finale’ -meeting Meghan and becoming his own man; Being a non working royal, father, husband and finding his way as an independent man, the royal strings and support cut off. Finding some mental good health and peace in this part of his life.

    He is being one of the lions who will and is able to write his story, so that the hunter wont be made out to be the hero, and the hunter’s record wont stand without a counter.

    There will be no mention of Camilla; No revealing of the bold-faced racist; No deep dive into Charles the horrible husband and lacking father nor of William the abusive, amoral bastard. BUT! There will be the beatdown of the press and paparazzi for sure.

    The British Press and the KP and CH as usual are going to cynically milk this book until publication for clicks and revenue with these inane stories which vilify Meghan.

  22. L4Frimaire says:

    Where are they getting this $20mil figure? No one has confirmed this number but it’s floating around. As for the the memoir, look at his ghost writer. That may help define the tone. The thing is, the Sussexes said a lot in the Oprah interview, but we know nothing really of their lives since they left, their goals etc. Also, he can’t necessarily name names because of libel laws and the lawyers will be going over everything with a fine tooth comb. The guilty will sweat but may stay anonymous. The guy has enough material beyond leaving Royal duties, even if that’s what we’re most interested in. Harry touched on some things in regards to his time in the military, service snd his screw ups in the Armchair Expert podcast so would love for him to talk about that. If he only writes one chapter on the BS with the royals since he got married, that is the only chapter the Brits will focus on and drag. They are totally losing their sh*t. Anyway, TBD.

    • fluffy_bunny says:

      If he’s telling the truth it isn’t libel. And I believe Harry intends to tell the truth. He says he’s writing the book to tell his truth so why would he lie?

      • L4frimaire says:

        I’m not implying that he will lie because he won’t and that’s not his style. However, hi# team will do their due diligence. He said he was never going to reveal names who asked about Archie ( like these people are so stupid to even ask that) and I think he will stick to that. However, wouldn’t be surprised if others will sic their lawyers on him over the slightest remarks, even if it’s true. Look how they threatened Tatler for Kate the Great, when the Cambridge’s cooperated with the article. A lot of them will out themselves prior to publication, the way they did before the publication of Finding Freedom and the Oprah interview. Also, Harry revealed so much in the Me You Can’t See and Oprah interview, so a lot is already on the record.

  23. Elizabeth Kerri Mahon says:

    I would be surprised if Beatrice and Eugenie were that shocked. I mean, look at their parents! And both women participated in that reality TV show that Sarah did for Oprah’s networking, FINDING SARAH.

    • swirlmamad says:

      If one thing is true, the British media LOVES to speak for people as if their word is the end all, be all. They have not one damn clue what Eugenie and Beatrice really thinks about anything — they don’t leak Harry’s sh*t. They only know what the leakers tell them.

      • Truthiness says:

        There is a rumor that Eugenie just started leaking in the past 12 months. I don’t think they are as close to Andrew’s daughters beyond a certain point. Whatever is said to Eugenie is liable to be shared with her parents who leak like a sieve. They need to throw gasoline on the flames of the Sussexes to keep the heat off of themselves.

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        Truthiness, I don’t know that Eugenie would jeopardize living at Frogmore Cottage. Perhaps she has a sublease with H&M, or she’s just borrowing it for the time being. Also, I have no doubt that H&M are quite capable of sending out info to different people to see what leaks. If Eugenie is leaking, that’s something that would stop because they wouldn’t tell her anything.

  24. janinedm says:

    Y’all want to hear my completely unfounded conspiracy theory? The royal family had some inkling of this book, and dropped breadcrumbs to divert attention away from Prince Charles. The book is non-fiction and the draft is said to be nearly done. These facts lead me to think that there may have been some fact checking or request for a document or something to tip them off enough to say to a reporter in NY, “I think Harry’s working on a book. You should sniff that out.” There’s been no talk of Charles since the book news came out.

    • Nic919 says:

      I think it’s a shift of focus away from William, who had a really bad week last week. This focuses the outrage on Harry and not which country William was rude to.

      Charles is currently doing a multi day tour with Camilla on the Isles of Scilly and other areas. William did a pretaped interview but nothing in person (Same as Kate)

      The leak seems to come from someone close to the ghostwriter, so they better lock things up prior to publication. But page six is Murdoch and they would pay a lot for anything Harry related and temptation might have been too much.

  25. jwoolman says:

    Judging from the careful way both he and Meghan talked in the Oprah interview, I don’t see why the Royal Family is having conniptions about this.

    Harry has had a life outside the British Royal Family. He was in the military for a good chunk of his adult life, for example. That’s his own experience. Same with boarding school (which I consider child abuse personally, at least the way the British upper crust do it). Same with many other things. His life just does not belong to them and he has every right to talk about it.

  26. NotSoSimpleTaylor says:

    Harry will speak from his experience. I don’t think it’s going to be any kind of smear campaign tell-all. I do think it will be sickeningly mushy and inspiring.

    I don’t think he will ever name that person or necessarily name names in the book. He says enough for us to be interested but not enough to truly throw his family under the bus. I think if Harry is smart, he enjoys giving them enough of a heart attack that they tell on themselves beforehand. They just hate that he’s living his best life while they’re all stuck cutting ribbons.

  27. Jay says:

    I agree with others here – I think he will talk about his own early experiences and accomplishments, taking us right through to meeting Meghan. If there’s more to discuss, that would be a separate book – a sequel- but that honestly doesn’t seem to be Harry’s style. If he wanted to, he and Meghan could have pulled out every text, email, or document and handed it over to Oprah, but they barely mentioned anyone in Harry’s dumb family by name. They are the ones making it about themselves and worrying out loud about how ” damaging” it will be.

    My prediction is that Harry will barely mention any of his family members other than a passing remark, AND that they’ll be super mad about it. Because the only thing worse than having your petty secrets revealed would be not to matter at all. Can’t you see Charles and William just seething that Harry didn’t give them enough credit for helping him or influencing him?

  28. Nina says:

    I will laugh until the end of time if the Royal Family loses their collective minds in anticipation of this book, beating their chests about how it is a dagger through their hearts … and then it turns out to be a recollection of all the amazing places he’s been and the incredible people he’s met along the way.

  29. Kfg says:

    Who is the page 6 source. When it’s actually M &H they say it. I think this is a hopeful request. Lolll burn it down.

  30. Rai says:

    I would bet actual dollars that this book will be more Tuesdays with Morrie and less Mommie Dearist. And the RF and BM know this too but you gotta give the people a show.

  31. Chelsea says:

    LOL at them trying to drag Eugenie into this when Eugenie’s own mother wrote multiple memoirs with her whole title on the front of the book. Let’s take a live look at Frogmore Cottage that Harry spent more than $3 million on and see if Eugenie has left out protest…

  32. Consey says:

    Didn’t Charles write a book? The Sussex haven’t said anything about parental skills that haven’t been documented before. The British press has reported on the queens and Philips parental skills. It wasn’t positive by a long shot. The only thing that was kinda new the invisible contract. It was obvious from day one the family was in cahoots with the media. I didn’t know the name of this juvenile behavior. If your face is on currency that’s powerful. No one talks about the families demonic behavior. If the press is 🤐 about all the twisted shenanigans that goes on behind castles doors the monarchy could have shut down the press attacks on Meghan. These people are mentally unstable. They have no problems displaying their hatred toward melanated people. For that QE to publicly wear a St. George pendant is mind blowing. These people aren’t royalty. The behavior they have displayed speaks volume. That monarchy and British press are in N@&?!ER MODE 24/7/365. They love rolling in mud and enjoy giving us GOLDEN SHOWERS! I have no respect for these unhinge dumber then rocks asshole of a family. I wouldn’t waste my urine on these fools! I’m so over these 💩🤡