Prince Harry may not need to worry over the damage his memoir could do to the Royal Family as they "won't attack him", says a royal expert.
Whatever lies within Spare, which releases January 10, is a complete mystery even to those within The Firm, although one expert believes the Duke of Sussex will get a free pass on his upcoming book.
Despite being "full of resentment and determination to get his own back" it would appear Prince Harry is set for an easy ride, says Angela Levin.
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The expert claimed the Duke of Sussex would be given a free pass on his return, which may be alongside Meghan Markle at King Charles III's coronation next year.
Writing of Spare and the impact it may have, Levin wrote: "He has a wife he worships and the freedom he longed for – so why is he still seemingly full of resentment and determination to get his own back?
"He knows full well his family won’t attack him in return."
Criticising his decision to call the book Spare, Levin questioned whether it was "really how he thinks of himself?".
She added: "In royal households 'spare' refers to the next in line to the heir to the throne. It is not derogatory."
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Levin's comments come as Prince Harry attempts to avoid a "war" with the Royal Family, with Daily Star reporting a "grenade effect" would distract the Sussexes.
According to expert Eric Schiffer, a war with King Charles III would be detrimental to "Harry's power base" and be far too devastating for the Sussexes to bounce back from.
With the release of Spare set for early next year, it remains to be seen whether or not any form of "war" between the Sussex family and active members of The Firm will flare up.
But expert Schiffer believes a "sensitive" approach from the Sussexes is a sign that they do not want a war with the newly-crowned King.
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