Prince Harry will have ‘hell battle in his hands’ until he doesn’t release a book: a royal expert

Amidst a deafening silence from the royal family about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle since then Queen ElizabethFuneral in late September, the surrounding questions Prince Harry’The ‘Tell Everyone’ book continues to emerge, including speculation about whether the show will actually make it to shelves.

Royal expert Duncan Larcombe told Fox News Digital that despite any concerns Harry might have, it was too late to pull the book. He says Harry’s publisher, Penguin Random House, has invested “a lot of time, effort, money, etc. into producing the book and addressing and doing all these things with it”, so they will not succumb to the increasing pressure that Harry might feel from his family To “soften” his book.

“It could be their bestselling book of all time. Who knows,” says Larcombe of Penguin Random House. So they wouldn’t want to just turn around and say, ‘Fair enough Harry. yes? You don’t want to rock the boat anymore at this time. “It simply doesn’t work that way. They’re in the business world now.”

He says, “If the Penguin wanted their book, and they got the manuscript, Harry might have a hell of a fight on his hands, to contain any of his plans.”

Prince Harry's book deal with Penguin Random House reportedly included a huge down payment for a manuscript.

Prince Harry’s book deal with Penguin Random House reportedly included a huge down payment for a manuscript.
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Larcombe’s views contrast sharply with those of royal biographer Tina Brown, who told The Telegraph that she believes Harry’s book “will never see the light of day”.

While Larcombe thinks the publisher has the upper hand, Brown isn’t sure, writing “Now they’re in this predicament, where they’ve taken all that money and Harry has done this book where he’s supposed to spill everything about his horrific life as a member of the royal family, But now he is being tortured because of it because he realizes there is no way back if he does it.”

Brown went so far as to say that she believed King Charles III would have to repay Harry’s advance if he did not want his son’s claims to be seen.

King Charles and Prince Harry have maintained a turbulent relationship, which can only be further complicated by the release of Harry's book.

King Charles and Prince Harry have maintained a turbulent relationship, which can only be further complicated by the release of Harry’s book.
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However, Larcombe tells Fox News Digital, “It’s past the point where the publisher is okay with getting that money back.”

The book, which was originally scheduled for release before the holiday season, has been speculated to be under review by Harry and his wife Meghan Marklewho are considering pulling some pre-written data.

“It’s just the question, really, how much the Queen’s death meant Harry and Meghan had to rethink,” says Larcombe.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in England.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in England.
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“I think it’s inevitable that it’s too late for people to start speculating what that means.” Did Harry develop a conscience? “Did he find his old conscience is back?”…I don’t really think there’s any chance Harry would be able to stop Penguin from publishing, to be honest. It’s all under contract and signed and done, you know?”

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According to the publishing site, the book is still scheduled for a “global release in late 2022.”

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