King Charles wants to find a way to ‘stop’ the publication of Harry’s memoir

For months now, especially the past month specifically, all of the pearl-clutching about Prince Harry’s memoir has come exclusively from his father. I buy that Prince William is concerned, but Charles is absolutely leading the charge of “theatrical angst about Harry’s book” to anyone who will listen. It’s gotten so bad that Charles’s court and William’s court have been leaking wishful-thinking theories about how Harry will rewrite his memoir or push back the release date for 2023. Again, all of that is coming from England, not New York publishing sources, not Montecito sources. So keep in mind that Charles wouldn’t have gone to the Mail on Sunday with this horsesh-t unless all of that other stuff had not worked. Harry must not be returning Charles’s calls.

Palace aides have been discussing ways to stop Prince Harry publishing his memoirs. There is said to be deep concern that the book will contain damaging revelations despite suggestions that he is seeking to tone it down.

It is part of a presidential-style strategy launched by aides that will focus on the crucial first 100 days of the reign.

A friend of the King said: ‘The question inside the Palace is: “Can the book be stopped?” It may be that even Harry can’t stop it at this stage but the feeling at the very top is that there’s no good that can come of airing grievances in public.’

Lawyers to the Royal Family at the firm Harbottle and Lewis are expected to be on standby to read the book when it comes out.

But it is highly unlikely the King would wage a legal battle against Harry, whose £36 million deal with Penguin Random House may mean he is unable to stop it. It comes at an important time in the King’s reign.

A Palace source said: ‘His Majesty will build on the points he has expressed to the nation: now that the period of mourning is over, he will support diversity, promote community spirit and protect the space for those with faith and those without. He is mindful that, as King, his interests and passions will continue but that… some of his previous commitments will now continue in the trusted hands of others.’

[From The Daily Mail]

I thought palace sources were convinced that Harry was rewriting everything after seeing his father’s popularity? LOL. I thought palace sources were convinced that Harry would postpone publication until next year? Do you mean to tell me that months of high-profile sourcing and palace agita have all been for naught? So now we’re at the point where King Charles is threatening Harry with his lawyers and trying to shut down his son’s American publishing contract? It should be said again: this is the most bonkers projection I’ve ever seen in my life. If Charles and William are really so sure that they did everything they could to help out Meghan and Harry, that they were given every chance and that H&M weren’t bullied or abused whatsoever, then surely Harry’s memoir will be a non-story? And certainly not worth eighteen months’ worth of crying, harassing, lying, projection and manipulation, only to then threaten to sic the lawyers on Harry?

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  1. Jess says:

    It’s so weird they don’t want Harry’s memoir to come out. If they are so loving then what’s the problem?

    • Persephone says:

      My thoughts too. What exactly are they afraid of?

      • Noki says:

        While a million other books are coming out in the next few months. Just goes to show you what a crock the never complain,never explain truly is.

      • Enny says:

        The very best revenge is if it comes out and doesn’t even mention these nincompoops. That they aren’t even worth the ink it would cost to print their names.

      • lucy2 says:

        I would love that too Enny. If it was all about Harry’s life excluding them, and they were all in a tizzy for months for no reason.

      • Lurker25 says:

        @enny and @lucy2, if Harry’s memoir says nothing about his family, the RR, RF, aids, courtiers, and the rest of the sycophants will find a way to A) claim credit B) turn it into another way Harry is bad, disloyal, etc.

        Like, “Harry must have hurriedly revised the book after QEII’s death bc he was ashamed at the funeral and realized he owed his father the kind his loyalty… But how odd that he didn’t thank his father for steering him away from drugs, hmm? No sweet words about his darling nephews and nieces? Nothing about how Camilla was like a mum to him?! That ingrate!!”

      • MeganC says:

        The book is about people who have inspired Harry. It has never been positioned as a tell-all or burn book. The BRF and RRs made that assumption, which will undoubtedly be great for sales.

      • Enny says:

        Well, clearly he’s damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t, @Lurker. But no matter how many pretzels the RRs twist themselves into to make this all fit their narrative, KC3 has too fragile an ego not to be mentioned at all.

    • equality says:

      Exactly. No book can contain “damaging revelations” if there is nothing to reveal. I bet the publisher is loving all the free PR for the book.

    • SugarHere says:

      They’re literally losing sleep over that book, which screams guilty conscience, self-awareness about their wrongdoing, and panick at being exposed. F…. them all!

    • Lizzie says:

      And it’s so sad because KC3 has tried everything possible to get Harry to stop publication. He has done his best to publicly snub and embarrass Harry and his family at every turn. He’s turned up the relentless tabloid smear campaign. Time to turn it over to the lawyers. (hopefully sarcasm is coming through)

    • DouchesOfCambridge says:

      This family must be absolutely crazy petty and mean and they know it. Let it all out now!!!

      • Jennifer says:

        It’s funny that he cheated on Princess Diana, Harry (and William’s) Mother, and flaunted that revolting 2nd wife of his, and decided to go after Markle. It’s obvious it’s skin color, and they can deny it all they want. So, he can still be King even though he married someone else after cheating on her and it’s not right his son went with someone he “didn’t approve” of? He can’t stop the book. It’s being published in a Country he can’t control. Oops.

  2. C says:

    If they think Harry hasn’t employed the best lawyers he can to check every single inch of this manuscript they are very much mistaken, and it has already been done.

    • Heather C says:

      Not even Harry. The publisher isn’t a fly by night vanity publisher. They’ve vetted it and ran it through legal several times already.

      • C says:

        That too. But I can see Harry wanting to ensure it for himself as well.

      • ChillinginDC says:

        Yep. This is such nonsense. At least his publisher will fact check stuff unlike with those terrible AF RR books.

    • Lucy says:

      Exactly. The manuscript has been fact checked to hell and back…that’s why Chuck and Bill are so worried.

  3. Barbara says:

    Good luck, Chuckles. The book is coming, like it or not.

    • Dhianna says:

      Just why is Chucky, Cammie, Peggy and Keenie so scared of what is in the book? If you are innocent, why be so worried?? Must have done something……..js imo

    • Green girl says:

      I hope the book demolishes all publishing records and is THE book that everyone cant stop talking about for months and months. It would be hilarious if the publisher put a billboard sign across the street from buckingham or something.

  4. ThatsNotOkay says:

    Who from PRH leaked the story that Harry was publishing a memoir? Was that person found and fired? What has PRH done to keep details about this and every other book they publish on lock?

    And, yeah, if you don’t want to be called out in the future for all the wrongs you’ve done, don’t do them in the past!

    • Yvette says:

      @ThatsNotOkay … As I recall, the Publisher (isn’t it Penguin Random House?) released the news about Harry’s memoir. I think all publishers release a list of upcoming books, especially high profile ones.

    • Dutch says:

      There have been no details of the book released, it’s all been a lot of guesswork by the British tabs. The existence of the book has been known since Harry signed a four book deal (key to the how’s he gonna make money without the crown narrative that once existed). I do applaud KC3 for creating the best guerrilla marketing in years because the more he wrings his hands about it, the more people want to read it.

      • molly says:

        Charles has the WORST instincts about television/books he expects will say bad things about him. Between Harry’s book and The Crown, he’s the poster child for the Streisand effect.

    • windyriver says:

      Archewell carried a news item about the memoir dated 19 July of last year. I think it was an announcement, maybe in conjunction with an announcement by the publisher, i.e., not because the info had been leaked, but I don’t really remember the specifics.

      • Becks1 says:

        My recollection is that the information about the book WAS leaked and then Harry’s team (or the publisher?) put out a statement confirming it. But a year ago was a long time ago, LOL.

      • Ginger says:

        Page Six leaked it and the publishing house then confirmed it. I don’t think they planned to announce this book that early. Meghan’s book was announced a month before it came out. I think Harry wanted the same.

      • windyriver says:

        Ah, could be! Looking at their news timeline, I now remember Meghan’s book had come out only a month or so before, and news had also just come out about her (now cancelled) animated series. At a minimum Harry likely wouldn’t have wanted his news to overshadow what she was doing, so he wouldn’t have wanted to release his info so early. Was the news about her Netflix series also leaked early? A year ago does seem like a very long time ago, and I just don’t remember!

      • Lorelei says:

        Somehow I’d completely forgotten that the news about the book had been leaked in the first place, but it makes so much sense because Harry knows they would be carrying on like this as soon as it was announced, and would not have wanted to give them this much lead time. Poor Harry, ugh.

  5. Noki says:

    I just rewatched the 4th season of the Crown over the weekend. And if the Christmas gatherings are anything like the real deal,i truly dont understand how Meghan did it. So stiff,stuffy and just an air of unpleasantness.

    • Flowerlake says:

      And if that Balmoral test thing is true; it’s so childish.

      Like: “You can only be part of our clique if you wear Prada” (or some other overpriced brand) of a 1990’s junior high school.

      • Noki says:

        Wow never heard of that,sounds like some childish initiation crap.

      • Jane Wilson says:

        The RF have got it all wrong because they’ve ALWAYS gotten it wrong at every step, every twist and every turn.
        They approach Meghan and Harry like dogcatchers: all soft words and dog treats in one hand, but in the other hand behind their back, the big net and the choke chain and muzzle they’ll use to capture, restrain and cage the two, if they can just get close enough for them to take the treat.
        Dogs see this coming.
        And not only do H&M see the obvious, hurtful approach, it drives them further and further away.
        Having to look back on your life and what you thought were loving relationships so quickly turned to this sad, aggressive negotiation with the people who have changed the past and the future forever.

    • Serenity says:

      @Jane: Well stated, M’lady.

      No one mentions a certain aspect of this whole thing – and I notice this particularly because my son and I were put out of our family too, in a similar way. We were ostracized and disinherited (we were to receive $1.5M) for being diagnosed with Bipolar disorder…**That** wasn’t the reason though; it was when we had the audacity to tell them it runs in families–that’s when they lost their collective sh!t. They still live in a world where mental health issues= crazy.

      It’s one thing to have to realize how absolutely toxic and shitty your family is when you thought all along that they loved you; it’s quite another when they trash you and attempt to negate your entire existence IN FRONT OF THE WHOLE F*CKING WORLD. The embarrassment Harry must be feeling… even though he did nothing wrong, I know deep down that he feels ashamed of them. I hope that now, safe at home with his beautiful little family, he’s able to build on his coping strategies and hopefully find some peace. They all deserve it.

      • Justjan says:

        I’m sorry for your losses, Serenity. When I married my bipolar husband instead of being ostracized, the family spent years being ‘disappointed’. I didn’t lose my inheritance (a much much smaller amount than yours) but my brother tried to get it set up to where he was able to receive the full amount but I was to receive it in equal parts for the next ten years. Because my husband is bipolar. The lawyer tried to dissuade him (my brother had control of the finances) but instead of just letting go of his plot he subjected himself to the same punishment. This, because my husband is bipolar.
        People who haven’t experienced family toxicity probably find it hard to relate to what seems to be Harry’s reality… and the like of yours. This is probably why I am so staunchly on Meghan’s side. Nobody is claiming that she’s a paragon of virtue… she’s simply human. I think it’s horribly rotten to be set up as the target of at least three continents full of reputation-slashing jerks. The burden of it must be immense.
        And bipolared people are some of the bravest people I know. P.S. Medications for mental illnesses have come a LONG way. Your family’s reaction is outdated.

      • Serenity says:

        Thanks, @justJan. I’m sorry your family did this to you too. My guess is that many many other people have been suffering too. It’s heartbreaking to think about. 😔

  6. Jessamine says:

    Tell me you know exactly how terribly your child has been treated without telling me you know exactly how terribly your child has been treated

    • Liz Version 700k says:

      Jessamine 💯!! This doesn’t just scream fear of bad PR this is a clear effort from analytical people to manipulate the story about things they knew they did to hurt their children. Charles knew he and Will hurting Harry and later Meghan and they want that hidden. Charles and his Mini-Me Price Pegs are 💯 sociopaths.

  7. Aurora1 says:

    The Firm seems panicked anytime there’s a prospect of Meghan & Harry’s version of the truth getting widespread attention.

    The Rota writers know that having Harry’s life in his own words will instantly cast doubt on the fan fiction they’ve been peddling for years.

  8. Flowerlake says:

    Should have stopped or at least asked to stop all the countless of hateful articles about his daughter in law.

  9. Ceej says:

    I mean the queen’s timing couldn’t be more perfect.

    She’s left KC3 with Liz Truss imploding her career and the country’s economy and made him king right as Harry’s memoir reaches its scheduled publication date.

    I hope she is cackling away in the afterlife, sipping a never ending gin and tonic, saying that’ll teach him to get what he wants.

    • 809Matriarch says:

      The calling up down and down up and good evil and evil good. This family and their supporters in the “press” are just maddening. Like the accusations that Harry & Meghan (Meghan in particular) DISRESPECTED THE QUEEN?
      I mean I am just a couple of years older than Diana would have been today. I followed her life from the Charles years, to her death and now the persecution of her youngest son and his wife. This is projection at a phenomenal level. Charles is the one who disrespected his mother and wore her down with his refusal to be a proper husband to Princess Diana. He disrespected his mother, his staff and his wife. He flaunted his relationship with that woman AND, bullied his staff into helping him set up deceptive set decorations, like making his bed look disheveled when he had not slept in it. He instructed his staff to treat Camilla as the woman of the house at Highgrove – even while he was married to Diana.
      It was obvious the Queen strongly disapproved of his behavior with his mistress, because for decades, she REFUSED to be in the same room with her. Instead of being devoted to sacrifice for Queen and Country, he FORCED his mother – in spite of her being Head of the Church of England – to receiving Camilla and eventually went back on his word about Cammy being Princess Consort. With literally just months to live, the Queen issued a statement asking the country to accept Camilla as QUEEN CONSORT. I’m sure between Andrew’s foolishness and Charles stubborn self destructive lusts, those two sons of her’s disrespected that old lady right to the grave – but they all paint Harry & Meghan as disrespectful.
      Now that she is dead, I hope Harry and Meghan stop tip toeing and let loose about what they suffered and continue to suffer at the hands of that KLAN.

      • Paulkid says:

        I agree with all of this and let us not forget that Chawlz’ lackadaisical and priveleged ass brought Covid into the Queen’s bubble, she was never the same.
        The Jubbly invite and church escort designated by the Queen shows that Harry was a bright light in her familial relations. Meghan was embraced by Elizabeth with invitations to tour together and by bestowing important patronages onto her. Consort Cumiller was elevated only to protect Andrew.

    • Tia says:

      Yep 😀

  10. Maxine Branch says:

    Tell me you are guilty of mistreatment without saying you are. Imagine thinking a 38 year old male who was an an integral part of his family for the 1st 36 years of his life will spend his memoir writing about you. What these folks should be concerned about is him not writing about them which would suggest how little he values the impact they had on his life.

  11. The Old Chick says:

    They’re all such dumb f**s how do any of these clowns manage to dress themselves in the morning. They sound so incredibly stupid.

  12. Mslove says:

    The writers at the Daily Fail are a melodramatic lot. The part about lawyers being on standby to read the book is a bit much.

    • Christine says:

      Seriously, being on stand-by in the event of an emergency, is the definition of being a lawyer. No one wakes up in the morning and desires to spend the day paying their attorney’s hourly rate, for giggles.

      For a nation that spouts “keep calm and carry on”, they have precisely zero chill.

  13. MsIam says:

    More b.s. by the Daily Fail. Diana’s book was super damaging and they survived that. I think most people who haven’t been living under a box know what has gone down between the Unroyals and the Sussexes by this point. And if Charles really cared about rebutting anything in Harry’s book then he wouldn’t have treated him and Meghan so awfully during the funeral. I’m sure they will do what they always do which is pretend to ignore the situation while whining endlessly to the press, thus giving the book even more free publicity. Thanks Chuck!

    • Ginger says:

      Agreed. This book isn’t going to end the monarchy. Plus, Charles is not well liked at all so what difference does it make if Harry goes hard on him? No one likes him because of how he treated Diana. Also, if this book comes out tomorrow or 5 years from now, it doesn’t matter. They can’t stop this book. It IS coming out. And the only ones talking about this book being delayed is the U.K. and they have no idea

    • Tessa says:

      Diana got her side out she won and the totals lost imo

  14. Miranda says:

    It’s gonna be amazing when Harry barely even mentions his father, stepmom, brother, and sister-in-law at all. FFS, the man has lead a more interesting and meaningful life than all of them, and this is a memoir, not a novel! He doesn’t NEED family drama as filler!

    • JanetDR says:

      That’s my take as well. It’s going to be about the life he built.

      • Lucy says:

        Me too. Something of a “In spit of my trash fire of a family (whom I will spend precious few words on going forward), I am THRIVING – here’s how…” book.

    • Ann says:

      Yes. I think he will be relatively easy on his family, but he will rip the courtiers and palace system to shreds.

      • Laura D says:

        @Ann that’s what I’m guessing as well. The leaks to the BM via the courtiers, only being able to talk to his grandmother via appointment. These two things alone would cause the press and the current set of courtiers to go into panic mode.

        I think Charles is panicking because it’s been rumoured/leaked that he spent more time promoting Camilla than he did with his two grieving sons. If Harry so much as hints at this then it’s not going to look good for either Charles or Camilla.

        William, Kate and the Middletons are also worried but, as others have quite rightly said. If they’ve done nothing wrong why are they all so jittery about this book? People with clear consciences would say “publish and be damned.”

    • ChillinginDC says:

      Yep. He’s not brand new. And no matter how much we like Harry, he’s not said anything negative about his dad outside of not letting him toss him under the bus when the cash for scandal mess first popped off. I honestly don’t think he will say anything outside of learning his work ethic from TQ and his dad, and how to be better with people via his mom, etc.

  15. BuzzKell says:

    OMG, this idiot King. He fired everybody his first week, tried but failed to embarrass H&M at the funeral/mourning period, takes pictures at the statesman wake …. I mean his first few weeks as King …. it’s a comedy. Now he’s whining about the Crown, about titles, about Harry’s book. Did he really believe that just by becoming King that his would not be held to account of bad behavior? Good lord. And isn’t his new PR person some kind of tabloid editor? I just can’t believe how stupid this man is.

    • Concern Fae says:

      Yeah, not waiting until after the funeral to send the pink slips was a total dick move.

    • windyriver says:

      His new PR person is an ex-deputy editor of the DM. Can’t you tell from the last paragraph above about Charles the Benevolent?

      They’ve already said Harry is redoing parts of the book. Now, it’s the lawyers are standing by. If it turns out the book has little or nothing about Charles or the RF, they can say, Harry walked things back because the family was concerned. Unfortunately for them, Charles & Co. has done plenty of very public damage on their own this last month; complaining about Harry’s book isn’t much of a distraction. And when it does turn out Harry says little or nothing about Charles, William, etc., all that will happen is, Harry will look like the only member of the RF that’s not whining about something.

      • BeanieBean says:

        If Harry does even one interview to promote his book, he can put to rest the notion that he revised his book after TQ died or because his dad asked him to or whatever.

    • HamsterJam says:

      You left out cheap as F A.

      The man just received a multi-billion tax-free inheritance. Most people with a functioning pre-frontal cortex would have considered that a major gain and called back the attack dogs for a while.

      Not our boy, he upped his attack game.

    • Liz Version 700k says:

      I like that…next Netflix series “Charles the Turd…The Idiot King and his son Prince Peggy”

    • booboocita says:

      I can’t imagine what the next 10-15 years are going to be like for this family. KC3 making gaffe after gaffe, incurring more and more resentment from his courtiers, staff, and probably his family (the extended family as well as Peggy and Keen), stirring discontent and finally vocal and obvious contempt from his “subjects …” The cries to make Peggy king are going to grow in volume and frequency, until KC3 either dies or abdicates. And I don’t believe he’ll ever abdicate.

  16. Jan says:

    Now we know why Peggy was “acting” like he was benevolent to the Sussexes at the walk about, he thought they would be so grateful, to be in his presence, Harry would cancelled the book😂.

    • Carty says:

      See, I actually think Harry won’t go after William in his book. The only reason I think this is because of William’s young kids and not wanting to cause them distress.

      • Lucy says:

        I don’t think he will either, but in more of a Don Draper “I don’t think about you at all” kind of way.

      • booboocita says:

        If Harry mentions Peggy at all, it’ll be in passing. If he actually addresses the distance between them, it’ll be a brief statement of regret — and then crickets. And good for Harry. Toxic people aren’t worth your time or thoughts.

  17. Becks1 says:

    LOL, well at least they’ve moved on from the whole “harry is going to cancel his memoir” narrative. Now its “Charles has lawyers at the ready!” Like Harry and PRH didn’t have lawyers review every word of that memoir.

    I think Charles really thought that the general affection for his mother, and the reluctance from many quarters to do anything, print anything, etc that would “hurt” or “embarrass” the Queen, would carry over to him as the new monarch. But it really was just about Elizabeth herself, not the Crown. And I dont think he’s quite figured that out yet.

    • Nic919 says:

      Of all the books they want to stop, this is the one they want to target? I doubt the DM has any idea about what’s going on, but Harry writing about his personal experiences is about as defamation proof as you can get.

      The books they could prevent from publishing are the ones written by third parties who cannot claim to have been directly involved in what they write. But they never seem to stop those books do they?

    • Rapunzel says:

      At least they’re finally acknowledging that “It may be that even Harry can’t stop it at this stage.” Somebody explained contract law.

  18. Petra (Brazen Archetyped Phemonenal Woman) says:

    Why are these people so scared about Prince Harry’s memoir? Was there sexual abuse? Sadly, this is the only thing that makes sense to me for the BRF/Firm all-out character assassination of Prince Harry and Meghan.

    • Heyhey22 says:

      No one replied to your initial comment but nothing would surprise me at this point, in terms of this family having dark secrets smh. Harry might wanna tread carefully….

  19. C-Shell says:

    “A friend of the King said: ‘The question inside the Palace is: “Can the book be stopped?” It may be that even Harry can’t stop it at this stage but the feeling at the very top is that **there’s no good that can come of airing grievances in public**’.”

    😳 😂😂😂😂

    “Lawyers to the Royal Family at the firm Harbottle and Lewis are expected to be on standby to read the book when it comes out.”

    So, not just a meaningless threat because PRH and Harry have the best legal representation money can buy, but yet another admission that the BRF🤡🤡🤡 have other people do the reading and watching for them and then tell them how they should react.

    • Over it says:

      I guess we should thank Chucky for contributing to the sales of Harry book by making his lawyers firm buy copies so that they can read it and report back. I hope it’s like hundreds of them so they don’t miss a word. That’s means more bank for Harry . Lol

      • C-Shell says:

        I love that this obsession with Harry’s memoir has guaranteed it will be a best seller. I stand ready with my VISA card!

    • Renae says:

      “No good that can come from airing grievances in public”???

      Let me introduce you to Festivus and the Airing of the Grievances!

  20. Brassy Rebel says:

    When will Harry ever learn that only his father and brother are allowed to “air grievances in public”? I agree that there is something so radioactive, apparently concerning Camilla, that Charles just can’t let this go. They are really making everyone more curious with all the fuss they are making. And they don’t even know what is in the book! So let’s just speculate away with the most horrible things we can think of.

    • MipMip says:

      Most horrible, tinfoil tiara thing I can think of: Camilla arranged Diana’s accident. And Kanga’s.

      • MipMip says:

        In reality I think Charles’ big fear is that Harry will confirm his cruelty to Diana. Harry would have been witness to some of that, or at least Diana’s reactions to it. I can see how the idea of Harry describing episodes from his young life like that would make Charles terrified. That’s his fear of the Crown as well, that it will show the truth,- again- about his treatment of Diana. She will never not haunt him.

  21. Harper says:

    Can the book be stopped? I can see the royal aides googling “can you stop a multi-million contract book memoir Penguin Random House NYC publishing legal” and then C-Rex (love that nickname too) throwing an ink blotter and leaky fountain pens at the poor peasant who has to tell him to buckle up as there is nothing they can do to stop the presses.

    Seriously, did Camilla regularly walk around Highgrove nude? Did she kill Harry’s goldfish? I just saw a blurb on Twitter where a former aid complained about having to wash C-Rex’s pajamas as he would sneak out of Highgrove late at night while Di and the kids were there so he could meet Cams in the bushes. One mention by Harry of overhearing these nocturnal mating sessions is probably not what the new king wants his subjects to be focusing on.

    • Debbie says:

      Ugh! Seriously, @Harper, shame on you for writing about Camilla walking around naked at any time someone may be eating. Dear Lord, now I have to go scrub my brain.

  22. swirlmamad says:

    Damn, I cannot wait for this book to come out. It’s going to be one of the hottest selling titles in years and there’s a decent chance William and Charles will not even be mentioned by name. Then we’ll have to go through the obligatory crying and gnashing of teeth that H is so ungrateful to not even address his father’s and brother’s “importance” in his life. Their pathetic thirstiness is to be pitied.

  23. Sue E Generis says:

    What’s Charles so worried about? Meghan an Harry were always treated amazingly, no? Also, if he was so worried, why wasn’t he nice to them at the funeral? The members of the RF are really twisted in their thinking.

    • Robert Phillips says:

      I don’t think Charles and William were nice to Harry & Meaghan at the funeral. I don’t think they were mean to them either. I think all the things we saw happen were because of the courtiers. I honestly don’t think William and Charles can blow their own noses by themselves. But the courtiers are the ones doing everything. So they are the ones who left the emblems off of Harry’s uniform. They were the ones who originaly said he couldn’t wear the uniform. And then they got so much pushback. I doubt William really thought about asking H&M to go on the walkabout. Until a courtier whispered in his ear. I also think if Harry goes after anyone in the book it will be the courtiers. And how they are the ones running everything. Plus this will make William and Charles look useless, so win win.

  24. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    Doesn’t everyone have a right to their own memoir? This outrage only illustrates their worst traits. On full display.

  25. girl_ninja says:

    Whew. Charles must have done Harry even dirtier than we can imagine if he’s so freaked out about this book. What sort of abuses must he have put his sons through for him to be so dead set against the inevitable release? I’m one to think Harry won’t get really deep about how awful Charles was/is but I kind of hope he does. It’s what that old bedraggled goat deserves.

  26. Eurydice says:

    Uh huh, never mind Harry’s book, Charles can’t even find his way to Egypt. Welcome to the throne.

  27. Maida says:

    Can no one at Buckingham Palace manage to Google “Streisand effect”?

    Harry is getting tons of free publicity for this book. If the palace were smart (I know, I know) they’d ignore it.

  28. Over it says:

    Oh do sit down chuck.

  29. aquarius64 says:

    Announce to the world Chuck you fear Harry’s memoir because what is going to be said is true. Your treatment of the Sussexes may come back to bite you and Bulli-am in this book and you only have yourselves to blame.

  30. Amy Bee says:

    If Charles was such a loving father as the Palace says he is, then he doesn’t have to worry about what Harry says in his memoir. I can’t wait for when the memoir comes out and Charles is barely mentioned. Then Charles will be screaming that Harry didn’t acknowledge him in his book.

  31. thaisajs says:

    If they were so concerned about what Harry might say about them, they ought to have considered that before chucking him out of the family without any money or security. He and Meghan cut deals for the book and Netflix etc. because they needed money. If they hadn’t needed the money — just spitballing here — Harry wouldn’t have signed a tell-all book contract.

    Can Charles and his grey men really not see down the board at all?

  32. cws says:

    This is only the first memoir of three… it’s as if they don’t realize this as well.
    And Charles certainly has a selective memory concerning his own book

    • Saucy&Sassy says:

      cws, I think that this was gossip and there hasn’t been any acknowledgement from H or the publisher that the deal is more than one book.

      What I find amusing is that the price of the contract keeps going up. These clowns don’t have a clue what H is being paid. The only reason they know about the book is because there was a leak to Page Six. I like to believe that the leaker was found and fired.

  33. Rapunzel says:

    Tin foil tiara incoming…. hear me out: I wonder if the courtiers are the ones really sweating and leaking these stories. I’ve always thought that the courtiers were more the real problem and Will, Kate, Charles and Cams just sorta let them run wild because it served their interests.

    What did that night nurse do to get fired in the middle of the night? Why was Melissa T fired for incompetence? There are probably numerous stories of crappy staff behavior Harry could tell. I think it’s the bts people on staff that are really shook and worried about getting scaled by Harry’s tea.

    And Cam probably worked with the media and is afraid she’d be exposed. Or she’s the racist Harry mentioned.

    • Puppy1 says:

      @ Rapunzel. I agree with your theory. I think he will rip both the courtiers and the BM up one side and down the other

    • Becks1 says:

      I don’t think that’s too tinfoil-y. Harry and Meghan both made a very clear point in the Oprah interview about the Firm/institution vs the family. Now I think for Harry some of that blurs, since he’s been in the family/the Firm his entire life, but he also is going to understand the distinction in a way that the rest of us maybe can’t.

      I think the institution is in trouble from his memoir, and that means the courtiers.

      • Nicole+Fallon says:

        Tin Foil Theory: All the times Harry had been speaking to his grandmother on the burner phone – What if Elizabeth told Harry specific things that he should mention in the book… things about Chuck the Duck, Lady Consort of Rottweiler, Sir Peggington of Littlebridge and Wails, Lady Broomstick of Peggington-Littlebridge and Wails, and any other staff/rota or family members she had beef with but couldn’t say out loud herself… aka one last “funk you” moment. I could see old Brenda of Petty sipping her gin and tonic with Phil of Petty surrounding by their past corgis laughing because she knows the whole monarchy will burn to ground without her there…”Ah Chucky, I made you wait 70 years to rule the roost and your dumb ass still wasn’t ready for it!”

    • ChillinginDC says:

      Agreed, I don’t think it’s KC at all here. Or even the Wales. I think the RR is freaked out because he’s going to reveal some of the nastiness that went on and the courtiers are about to get named and shamed on what he learned about what he won’t do with regards to leading his own foundations, etc.

  34. Pumpkin (Was Sofia) says:

    Is “dad prepared to sue son over book contents he knows nothing about” really the message Charles wants to send? Apparently so. Anyways I will laugh if the book barely has any tea and it’s just a story of the lessons Harry has learned through his experiences and trips. Which I think the press release said. Or something similar.

    • Lizzie says:

      I would love if the rf aren’t even mentioned. They would be so mad, imaging Harry getting all of the publicity and they aren’t even mentioned! Harry must have a million stories about his life and people he has met, enough for several books without mentioning his family.

  35. Feebee says:

    It’s the hypocrisy for me. Charles put out a book that had a few slams on mum and dad but he’s raving mad that it might be done to him over his poor parenting/role modelling?

    It’s the anticipation that’s killing them. Let the tizzies continue. I doubt it’s going to be all that bad anyway. Not book #1 anyway.

    I hope it comes out just before Fred’s first state visit.

  36. Debbie says:

    A “presidential-style strategy” that focuses on the first 100 days of Charles’ reign? Oh my God. How pretentious are these people? Charles is NOT a president, he’s not even a prime minister! What happened to all their talk about not deviating from history and protocols of the past? These people are so pretentious.

    And if the royals and Charles are so concerned about Harry’s book, shouldn’t they focus more on what they do have some control over — like the British press. Order them not to write about Harry’s book in the hopes that fewer English people will be aware of it, then Charles can maintain his illusions. But to think that a little old English “king” can affect commerce, or anything, in the US is pure folly in this day and age.

    • Eurydice says:

      What’s even more hilarious about the 100-day “presidential-style strategy” is the opposite story about Charles not going to Egypt – he’s just a dutiful monarch who is content to read the government’s agenda, even if he doesn’t agree with it. Yes, indeed, very presidential.

  37. W says:

    I wonder what allegation they’re going to put out days before the book is released. They had more than 18 months to concoct fake allegations so it better be good lmao. They were scrambling days before the Oprah interview and tried to throw any and every allegation at Meghan. They tried and failed with the Saudi jewelry and fake bullying claims. Will they claim Harry also bullied William? Will Angela Kelly give an exclusive interview about how big bad Harry bullied her into lending the tiara for Meghan’s hair trial? Are they going to bring out Chelsy and Cressida? Are they going to correct fake stories they once put out about Harry like they did days before the Oprah interview when they quickly corrected the “Kate made Meghan cry” story then changed it hours later? They already wrote every story they had on Harry so I can’t wait to see what outlandish allegation they’re going to throw at Harry.

    • Mrs.Krabapple says:

      Omg, the Saudi jewels! If people need evidence of a smear campaign, that is it. The queen, Camilla, and Kate wear Saudi jewels the time. Yet someone leaked about Meghan? And they weren’t even Meghan’s, the Saudi prince gave them to Elizabeth in person, and they are part of the royal collection. They royals LEANT the earrings to Meghan without telling her where they came from, then ran to the tabloids to blame Meghan for wearing them. I really hope that is in the book because it was a blatantly obvious set-up.

      And a lot of jewels were stolen anyway. Air THAT laundry.

      • SenseOfTheAbsurd says:

        Is the provenance of the Royal jewel collection a can of worms they really want to open? Really?? Idiots.

    • JaneBee says:

      Think Cressida is literally about to pop with her first kiddo, so unlikely to have the time for this shite. Chelsy also now married. Cressida was mates with Bea and Eug, plus Princess Wails was a b*tch to both of them, so I reckon odds are low they would go there.

  38. AmB says:

    1. The memoir’s going to sell like hotcakes, and good on ’em.
    2. Reviews of the actual content may be mixed.

    • L4Frimaire says:

      I’m sure the critics, especially in the UK ,are gonna savage it. They’ll call it woke nonsense, cringe, or spiteful. I don’t really read memoirs but it’s what the subject chooses to discuss, not everything we think we should know, and different from biographies. I read Michelle Obama’s memoir, which was a good read but certain things were left out or soft peddled, that left me wanting to know more, because it had a point of view she wanted to convey. Maybe she didn’t see the beef to rehash gossip or express every frustration she dealt with. I suspect the same for Harry’s. It’s goal is to put in context what shaped him and his choices, not every grievance or day to day palace intrigue. Is it gonna win a Pulitzer Prize, who knows but there are many who will be primed to hate this book before they read the first sentence.

  39. L4Frimaire says:

    If he’s so concerned, just ban the book in the UK and prevent the papers from publishing extracts. What does he have to trade for that? Another smear campaign? I’m sure both Harry and the publisher’s legal teams did their work too, so can you imagine if he sued Harry because he said felt helpless while the paparazzi swarmed his mother or is so embarrassed about flashing his junk in Vegas, or felt the royals did nothing but brief against him and Meghan. I mean, really Charles? Get the book banned, would love to see it.

  40. equality says:

    “No good that can come of airing grievances in public”? Might have thought about that way back when Kate claimed Meghan made her cry. Or how about reining in the MIddletons and their Meghan hate campaign. Or even further back when PH took the fall for parties that he and PW both attended. Or with any of the millions of leaks still going on from every palace.

    • L4Frimaire says:

      I remember Meghan saying during the Oprah interview that she never would have let that bridal situation get out or discussed it publicly, especially during such a difficult time. Obviously Middleton felt very differently.

  41. Chantal says:

    Finally acknowledging the publication can’t be stopped. Well that’s step one. Someone should tell C-Rex that Harry and PRH also have lawyers on standby to counter any bs from him and the BM. Streisand Effect every day. PRH, Netflix and Spotify are ecstatic about the free and constant publicity!

    • Aiglentine says:

      You can’t buy this much advance publicity. My curiosity is piqued as a result of all this fuss and I’m sure I’m not the only one. As LeVar Burton, patron saint of reading, notes, “Read banned books, that’s where the good stuff is!”

  42. Nancy says:

    Ballsy to think you can dictate terms to another nation’s publishing industry. Someone please tell the BM and the RF they aren’t the boss of us anymore.

  43. Jaded says:

    Having watched Diana in her Own Words last night and crying at the end, I can only hope that Harry writes about how unconscionably KC3, Cowmilla and The Firm treated a young woman, barely out of her teens, when she married in. Diana was gaslit, manipulated, ignored, smeared, thrown under the bus and pretty much held captive. Remind you of someone else?

  44. HamsterJam says:

    ” but the feeling at the very top is that there’s no good that can come of airing grievances in public.”

    Says the person airing grievances in public.

    Kaiser, I am with you on this journey. They picked the wrong bi-racial American to FAFO

    • Christina says:

      King Chuck is so thick.

      It’s bizarre that he doesn’t understand that Andrew has already shown that public figures who’ve “sacrificed” themselves for England (COUGH) should be transparent. Sunshine burns out the rot. Hiding just makes people think you are hiding something. What a twit! Common sense just doesn’t apply when you believe you are anointed by God, lol!

      Why wouldn’t that apply to Charles? Why wouldn’t THE WORLD’s plebeians see it? It’s why the commonwealths want out: the BRF just assumes that people will forget. The people who scored the money dont discuss amongst themselves, so they think that hiding or pretending is enough.

    • equality says:

      Wonder if he felt that way when he shared grievances with his authorized biographer, or when Cam picked AL to write her life up or when he did a TV interview about his marriage to Diana.

  45. NotSoSocialB says:

    It’s almost FAFO o’clock on Salt Isle.

  46. Tessa says:

    I think what would upset Charles would be harry praising Diana

    • Feebee says:

      Charles better be prepared to be upset. If Harry spends time on what he remembers of his early life I think there will be a lot of warmth and praise for his mum.

  47. Well Wisher says:

    This is a rather poor attempt at mind fcuking, where the new monarch and his contracts are playing; ‘Will he or won’t he?’
    The threats and demands have been met with a dignified silence, although it had to be difficult to maintain, especially when one has finally claimed one’s agency against any form of abuse from anyone.

    The rota and rf which includes the new Wales, do not have a legitimate reason nor moral authority to stop the publication of this book.

    They are well aware of that, there is no bargaining to be done, one’s peace of mind and wellbeing are non-negotiable.

    I am especially piqued at the last statement attributed to the Palace source, that state the King’s intentions towards diversity.

    Is this the reason why there is so much caterwauling about this book?

    Is the notion that critical thinking amongst diverse populations will not take into account that the only detriment is a combination of biases and power?

    The survivors had realised that it is in their interest to pay close attention to the use or abuse of power but get on with the lives, a notion that they’ve managed to adhere to, for centuries.

  48. Tessa says:

    In 2017 William and harry paid tribute to their mother through television programs their father was said to be upset that he was not mentioned

  49. what's inside says:

    The problem underlying it all has always been Charles. His mother told Diana that she could do nothing with him, and he has shown himself to be treacherous, insecure, jealous and selfish to a degree bordering on pathologic.

  50. Tessa says:

    Did the queen really think Charles would change by marrying Diana and having children she was warned in the late seventies about Charles association with married Camilla and apparently ignored it

    • Talia says:

      I think the Queen thought he’d behave like Philip – devotedly attentive in public, generally good company and keeping his other women discreetly out of sight. She didn’t expect Charles to let Camilla act as his hostess and publicly stand as his partner in private get togethers. I think Diana would still have been devastated (she was shockingly naive and had no idea what she was getting into) but she might have been able to cope better if Charles wasn’t deliberately putting Camilla forward (maybe not in public but certainly in private circles).

      • Steph says:

        I don’t think her naievity was shocking. She was really young when she married Charles. Plus she seemed to have lived in a bit of a bubble before she married him.

  51. tamsin says:

    I like the C-Rex designation. It makes Charles sound like a dinosaur. It sounds like he would like things to be as they were during his mother’s reign. No modernizing then, although this 100 day presidential thing is amusing. Courtiers and Charles probably think it’s a brilliant idea, but the President is accountable to the American people. Charles’s position is inherited, and there really isn’t any such notion in the US although they may have political dynasties. However, they don’t carry on for hundreds of years. With Charles being a dinosaur, and William being a far right Tory, there seems little hope of the monarchy “modernizing” whatever that means. And all this moaning over Harry’s biography- didn’t Camilla’s just come out, along with a couple of other books that trash Harry and Meghan?

  52. Nutella toast says:

    Methinks he doth protest too much.

  53. Jen says:

    Imagine waiting so long to be king only to learn you have no actual power.

  54. OldLady says:

    A quiet payment of 60 million pounds should take care of that particular problem for Charles. (Don’t cry for him; the crown estate pulls in 40 million pounds every year.) Or 40 million pounds plus ten years of paying for their security.

    Don’t like it? Don’t pay anything for the rights to the book, and wait for it to be published to find out what’s in it — just like everybody else.

  55. Maria says:

    reminder Charles authorized a bio of himself in 1994 where he “told his truth” and “bared his soul” about his cold loveless childhood, difficult relationship with his “overbearing father” and his horrible marriage. Fine for me the future king but not for thee the shunned spare? Why isn’t the Dimbleby book being mentioned in the press around Harry’s book?

    • Blithe says:

      I wondered about that after the Oprah interview. Harry’s comments seemed thoughtful, kind, and empathetic, to me, at least. Much of what he said about his family that seemed to shock people had already been revealed decades before— in the Dimbleby book. Similarly, many people who who criticized Diana for her interview and for cooperating with the Morton book often seem to overlook the Dimbleby book and Charles’s direct and indirect use of the press to put his viewpoints out there.

  56. ChillinginDC says:

    I think this memoir is going to be more akin to Michelle Obama or even Barack’s memoirs and in the end, nothing damaging will be said about KC or the Wales (though they deserve it). If it’s about showing events that shaped him, I think he’s actually going to be fair and kind to them in some aspects. And start naming some of the RR that he can’t stand. The past 3 years he’s been quite vocal about the issues he sees with social media, harassment on social media, and lack of measures in place to prevent said harassment. I think he’s also going to talk about how the military shaped him as well as Africa and his taking on roles there in some of the nonprofits. And I still say it ends with him meeting Meghan and or meeting her and realizing that he finally has someone he could actually do the changes he wants to see in the world with.

    • Blithe says:

      This is similar to what I’ve imagined and am expecting. And all the while, my impression of the BRF is getting worse and worse, not because of anything that Harry has suggested or revealed, but because of all that they have in their frantic fears and efforts to quash Harry’s book.

      • ChillinginDC says:

        Yep what a bunch of yahoos. They briefed before Oprah and it was a mess and full of lies. If any of them had any sense they stop talking about it.

  57. HeyKay says:

    If Charles wants to stop the book, I should think all he needs to do is offer a big, fat, check to the publishing company.
    King Charles must have inherited an yacht load of money, property from Liz.
    Pay up or Shut up.

    Personally, I’d like them all to stay off the sm, tabs, press for a good 6 months.
    These people have No Power, they are ornamental figureheads.

    Meanwhile, IRL, the entire Florida coastline of the USA is trashed, billions of dollars needed to rebuild, the rescue and first responders are under severe stress, etc., etc.

    Our Gov’t seems to be F’d from the top to the bottom, people are worried about heating and food costs, health care, a million other things.

    The entire BRF can fight amongst themselves from now until Putin blows us all up, for all I care.
    They make zero difference to anyones daily life. Certainly here in the US, we got rid of those idiots hundreds of years ago.

  58. Mel says:

    I will die laughing when that book comes out and they are barely mentioned. Then of course it’ll be how disrespectful he is for not mentioning them, ESPECIALLY if it’s about the people who have inspired him in his life. Frankly, they’re probably more worried about what he’ll say about life growing up with them and what he’s seen instead of what has already been said about the awful behavior toward Meghan.

  59. QuiteContrary says:

    This is the part of the story that got me: “His Majesty will build on the points he has expressed to the nation: now that the period of mourning is over, he will support diversity, promote community spirit …”

    Support diversity? Sure, Chaz. He couldn’t even support diversity in his own family.

  60. Kris says:

    Harrys book will not be a tell all book . The BRF is embarrassing and they can’t seem to realize that look like clowns . What are they so afraid of? They must have really abused this man when he was a child.

  61. A says:

    What always gets me, and still continues to get me, is that all of Charles’ complaints are about generally the most milquetoast sh-t imaginable.

    Like The Crown honestly made Charles look GOOD. It gave context for his nastiness that was intended entirely to make the audience come away understanding why Charles behaved the way he behaved, an understanding that he flat out did not deserve at all, bc that was not what actually happened. It made him seem like someone who cared about Camilla and entirely downplayed the jealousy and disdain he felt towards Diana, which was the ACTUAL root of the problem.

    The Oprah interview, similarly, placed the blame not on him, but on the institution as a whole. Yes, he is a part of the institution, but he was treated with a lot of understanding and compassion which he did not deserve.

    Same with Harry’s The Me You Can’t See docuseries. He was very nice about his dad in that! The clip of that series that’s made the rounds, where Harry talks abt Meghan confessing to him that she planned on ending her life–the most that Harry says about him is that his family (i.e., Charles) couldn’t meet his needs, but he went to them anyway. Which is the truth, and frankly, the NICEST way to tell the truth!

    So what in the world is Charles’ problem here? Harry and Meghan have not actually said a damn thing that’s bad or badly intended, towards either the Queen, or Charles, or even William. Meghan went out of her way to say Kate was a “nice person.” Harry simply said that he and his brother needed “space.”

    Charles, the cronies that work for him, and everyone else need to chill the fuck out. They won’t, obviously, but like, seriously? And why is there STILL no real, proper discussion of the extent of the censorship that the BRF subjects the free press and publishing companies to? How many times now have Baldy and Charlie threatened publishers and editors with lawsuits from Harbottle and Lewis, lawsuits that are ostensibly being paid for by taxpayer money, to try and shut up and censor a free press? Why is this okay now, for a monarch, the British head of state, to use his power and might to force a PRIVATE company, and a free citizen, to censor or prevent the publishing of a book bc it might possibly hurt the monarch’s fee-fees? FFS. Get it the fck together.

  62. Jais says:

    I wonder how many pages it is? All I can imagine is the book dropping at midnight UK time and all the royal reporters and courtiers desperately reading throughout the night. That’s right Harry. Give ‘‘em no sleep.

  63. Mary says:

    Like a lot of you here I don’t think this book is going to be the barn burner that the Royal Rota and family fear. My question is what happens if the book is not published in the UK? In other words, is Harry much freer to really dish on the Royals if by not publishing in the UK they would not be able to sue? If so, I would love for him to do a true tell all and just not have it published there; it would still sell wildly well.

  64. Tashiro says:

    I don’t believe this story. First of all Charles knows there is nothing he can do to stop the book even if he wanted to. Second it only makes him look foolish to put out a story that he’s trying to do it. I just don’t think he’s that stupid. How can anyone tell what comes out BP or these RR rats? All the RR has to do is hide behind “sources and friends” and say whatever they want.

    • Mary says:

      @tashiro, except that the Royal Family do routinely interject themselves into the publication of books and insist on reviewing them before publishing. It is not uncommon for them to object to sections which end up being removed. This is usually accomplished by way of threat. They are used to getting away with this in the UK. For example, Scobie talked about sections of his book that had to be removed, and some have posited that this is why some parts of it are rather choppy to read. Also, Sean Smith’s book was supposed to include a section about something terrible that the Royals did to the Sussexes not long after their wedding and, lo and behold, it did not appear in the book when it was published.

      The Royals really do push their weight around when it comes to UK authors. They even do this with US Networks, remember Amy Robach’s little clip? In that case, the Royals threatened to remove all access.

      So while it may be a stretch to say that the Royals are trying to stop the actual publication of the book, I bet they are trying to get advanced copies so that they can object to anything that they feel shines poorly on Royal Family members.

      • Debbie says:

        Yes, and the royal family not only inject themselves into book publications, but if I recall correctly, TV shows/documentaries like The Crown, magazine articles (hello, Tatler), newspaper stories, etc. You know, the very model of “Don’t complain, don’t explain” which roughly translates more into “Wah, wah, boo-hoo.”

  65. Annalise says:

    What pisses me off to NO end, is the likelihood that, after months of the Palaces insisting that Harry is going to settle scores, go scorched earth, etc etc, they’ll now probably claim CREDIT for the fact that the book will do none of those things. They’ll be all “Harry was going to attempt to get the monarchy abolished in his book, but we told him he better not if he wants William or the King to have anything to do with him, so he rewrote it for us.” 🤮🤮🤮🤮

  66. Robin Samuels says:

    The first 100 days of a new leader serve as a window to their style and plan. Less than 24 hours after the death of his mother, Charles initiated a local meet-and-greet tour shortly after that started whining via the tabloids about Prince Harry’s memoir.
    These articles about Charles and Harry’s memoir are part of an attention-seeking strategy to distract from his systematically dismantling of the monarchy as we know it. Charles was critical of his parents’ parenting skills. Since he lacks a reputation for being a not-so-loving husband and father, he’s afraid Harry will focus on those issues. He needs to get brave and prepare for whatever comes. His wife’s autobiography recently released accuses Harry of saying unkind things about her. Most know that Angela Levin is a master at bending the truth, but has Harry complained? Let’s not forget Charles has members of the Daily Mail on his staff prepared to attack the book when given the cue. Fair exchange is no robbery. He needs to be considerate of his age and stop stressing over things he cannot control. Willliam wants the throne ready or not.

  67. blunt talker says:

    I really think this book will be about the inspirations in Harry’s life-I do think he will add his grandmother in that list of inspirations if he had not already done so-leaving out his father and brother will be the uppermost shade-to say absolutely nothing about them would be highest honor he could give them and the readers make-up their own damn minds about what it means or doesnot mean-the only thing King Charles loves is Camilla and being king-the only thing Willy WoodPecker loves is the power of being over others-the greatest gift Harry could give them is peace and happiness in their reigns-the greatest gift they could Harry and his family is peace and happiness as they go forward with their lives-Sussex family wants to live in peace with no royal interference from the family or the UK tabloids-anybody stupid to think people of this planet don’t know who Harry and Meghan are need to find new brains and grow some intelligence.

  68. Likeyoucare says:

    He failed to stop the crown that recorded in his country.
    Why did he think he can stop publication from USA.
    The way british medias thought charles is so important that others will listen to him.
    He couldnt even hire a good staff to handle his pen holder.