Prince Harrys memoir gets release date after Queens death sparks changes

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    Prince Harry's autobiography has finally been given a release date and it is later than planned, industry insiders have claimed.

    Not only has the Queen's death in September delayed the Duke's book hitting shelves but it has also reportedly caused a 'watering down' of controversial topics.

    It was the Prince himself who fought for some stories to be edited following his grandmother's death, according to reports.

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    Everything was set for Harry's first book to be released in autumn 2022 but as the world reacted to losing Elizabeth II, so too did his publishers.

    Despite millions being pumped into the memoir, Penguin Random House have reportedly agreed to delay sales until January 10.

    The New York Times reports that Harry, now living with wife Meghan Markle and kids Archie and Lilibet in California, US, suddenly got cold feet concerning certain admissions.

    With Harry's rift with the firm, including big brother Prince William, being well speculated since packing his bags for Megxit, it is suspected a book spilling Palace tea will do little to end it.

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    Matt Latimer, co-founder of the Javelin agency, has called into question the Prince's incentive behind sharing his memoirs with the world which will give an unprecedented insight into the Roya Family.

    The literary agent asks: " “Is his goal to enhance his celebrity with a certain sector of the public, or is it to repair the rift with his family?”

    “Those are competing goals to some extent, and it’s hard to do both.”

    The Daily Star has approached Penguin Random House for a comment.


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