Prince Harry is about to spill all his royalties.
In two upcoming interviews, the Duke of Sussex will delve into his and Meghan Markle’s decision to step down as active members of his infamous family.
At one point, he even said that “silence is betrayal” when it comes to his father, King Charles, brother, Prince William, and other alleged loved ones.
First, in footage released from Harry’s roundtable with ITV’s Tom Bradby, Harry briefly states: I want my brother to come back.”
But… it’s not that simple.
“It didn’t have to be this way. Leaks and plantings,” Harry continued, citing the sinister nature of the upper echelons of Buckingham Palace, adding:
“What I want is not an institution, it’s a family. They feel they’re better off leaving us villains somehow.”
Harry and Meghan recently released a Netflix documentary documenting similar complaints and issues.
Markle claimed that at one point she was afraid for her children’s safety.
The Duke is also about to release a memoir (titled “Spare”) that is expected to be an attack on the royal family.
Harry is currently on the press circuit promoting the book.
“Every time I tried [reconcile]Personally, there were briefings, leaks, and planting stories for me and my wife.
“The family motto is ‘Don’t complain, don’t explain’, but that’s just the motto. They [palace aides] Correspondents provide information and converse with correspondents. That correspondent would say that he was literally spoon-fed with information to write the article and, below, contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.
“But the whole story is Buckingham Palace’s commentary.
“So, for the past six years, I’ve been told, ‘I can’t make a statement to protect you,’ but when you’re doing it for other members of your family, when silence turns into betrayal.” is coming.”
Meanwhile, in a 60-minute interview with Anderson Cooper, Harry details the alleged “leak” in the media and how the negative stories affected him and Meghan.
He also tells Cooper why he’s working on these issues on public forums.
In his long-awaited memoir, the father of two promises “a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely true.”
There’s a reason his family members are freaking out about it.
According to his publisher, the book will cover Harry’s life in the spotlight — from childhood to the present day. Including the military duties performed, and the joy he found… being a husband and father.
Penguin Random House said of the memoir, “Prince Harry offers a personal portrait that is honest and compelling. Behind everything readers think they know is inspiring, courageous, and uplifting.” It shows that there is a human story to do.”
It is touted as the “definitive account” of the life of the Duke of Sussex.
Harry and Meghan are rumored to have signed a $20 million four-book deal with Penguin Random House in 2021.