Royal Family ‘hugely nervous’ about release of Prince Harry’s ‘time bomb’ memoir

The Royal Family are said to be "hugely nervous" about the release of Prince Harry's upcoming memoir, a royal expert has claimed.

Expert Tom Bower revealed that the family were particularly nervous about the "time bomb" nature of the upcoming reveal-all book penned by the Duke of Sussex.

Despite rumours claiming that Prince Harry was "desperate" to downplay parts of his autobiography, including details on the late Queen, Bower believes it is too late and revealed the bombshell book is still a cause for concern in The Firm.

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The reverse may have happened according to Bower, who says the book may be even "nastier" amid speculation over how well the book will sell.

Speaking in an interview with PageSix, Bower said: "I think that everybody knows that the Sussexes can’t amend the book in any way. Can they make it nastier? Because otherwise, we wouldn’t get sales."

The Duke of Sussex, who is reportedly looking for a move for he and his wife to Los Angeles, may even have added to the book, with the release date pushed back to next year.

Bower added that there are some rumours over the book releasing around "Easter and will include in it a chapter on the [Queen's] funeral.

"And there’ll just be more material about how they were snubbed and all the rest of the invective against the Royal Family. So I think to that extent, the delay will add to the poison."

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The alleged pushback and worries over the release of the book from the Royal Family come as Bower labels the autobiography a "time bomb".

Despite the delay of "poison", Prince Harry's autobiography is still set for release, with the lucrative book said to have cost Penguin Random House a total of £35million.

Daily Star reported the figures as Harry began to push back on the book as one expert believes it "might not look so good" amid the period following The Queen's death.

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