PRINCE Harry’s upcoming memoirs could be “the most devastating” release to hit the Royal Family in 30 years, an expert says.
As whispers continue to spread over what the Duke’s bombshell may include, a royal expert has claimed the book’s contents could cause tremors for the Firm.
Daniela Elser said: “If even a small percentage of the speculation about what he might reveal and what dirt he might dish is correct, this book is shaping up to be the most devastating royal release in 30 years and since Diana, Princess of Wales started whispering in the ear of Andrew Morton.”
Harry’s tell-all memoir is set to be released to the public this November – and commentators say the book will focus heavily on his anguish following his mother’s death in August 1997.
Official judicial sources in Paris say the Duke of Sussex’s researchers have been seeking information about the car crash that killed his mother 25 years ago.
The tome, which US author J R Moehringer is writing, is reportedly unlikely to contain criticisms of the Queen.
But it is thought that Harry’s dad Charles and brother William will feature over Megxit.
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