Prince Harry’s memoir to be delayed as a sign of respect after the Queen’s death

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However, the publication of Prince Harry’s memoir book could be delayed until next year, as a sign of respect following Queen Elizabeth II’s death, a report claims. It’s understood that the Duke of Sussex has completed a book, ghostwritten by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer JR Moehringer.

The book was reportedly ready to be published in October 2022, but was already delayed, with later reports claiming it would be on the shelves by the end of 2022.

However, as the Royal Family is observing a period of mourning, with engagements and royal duties suspended following the Queen’s death, a new report emerged suggesting the publication of the book may not occur until next year.

A source close to the Duke told The Telegraph the book will not come out as planned and that its launch will be held for much longer than the official 10-day mourning period.

Speaking about the project last year, the Prince has said: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man, I have become.

”He has to get it out because he has been offered about £18 million from the publisher. So I think he will downturn it. If he downturns it too much, it’s the same old stuff we have been hearing for two years now.”

Harry and Meghan reside in California, US, after stepping down from working members of the Royal Family in 2020, and declaring they wish to become financially independent.

The couple caused a stir when in an interview with Oprah they criticised the monarchy and accused members of the Royal Family of racism.

Archewell, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s organisation, was contacted for comment.



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