Queen Elizabeth’s Death Will Make Prince Harry Feel More Disconnected With The Royal Family – Source
There has been much talk surrounding Prince Harry’s memoir and what stories he would share with his readers.
In his statement, the Duke of Sussex said that he wants the world to know him for the man that he is and the man that he has become and not as the royal that they think they know.
According to Yahoo! News, one person who is spared from the negative stories that may be included in Prince Harry’s memoir is none other than Queen Elizabeth. After all, the Duke of Sussex has always been fond of his grandmother, and the feeling is mutual.
The publication also claimed that Prince Harry will have a more distant relationship with the royal family after Her Majesty passes away.
“It’s likely that once the Queen passes away, Harry won’t feel as tied to his royal home the way he once was. Charles and William have their path to the throne, and the Duke of Sussex has his journey mapped out thousands of miles away. It will be fascinating to see whether one book will sever their relations even further or somehow bring them closer together,” they said.
Meanwhile, an unnamed insider told Page Six that Prince Harry will talk about his childhood in his memoir.
“There’s a lot of new stories in there about the past that Harry has not spoken about before, about his childhood. There is some content in there that should make his family nervous,” the source said.
Royal fans somehow have an idea of what happened to Prince Harry when he was still young. Even before he became a teenager, his parents already divorced. Prince Charles had an affair with Princess Diana. And the late royal also had affairs with different men.
Eventually, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ relationship became public. And the rest was history.
As a young boy, Prince Harry also struggled with the comparisons that he received from certain members of the royal family. According to some royal experts, the Queen Mother favored Prince William because he was the future king of Britain.
So, when Princess Diana was still alive, she made sure to give Prince Harry more attention than Prince William. After all, she was worried that her youngest son would feel neglected.
Prince Harry also suffered from addiction while he was in his teens and early 20s. And he could discuss these stories in his memoir.