Britain's Prince Harry allegedly decided to postpone the release of his memoir to 2023 because he was feeling too much pressure.

A source told Us Weekly that Prince Harry also received varied reviews regarding the memoir which caused him to rethink his desire to release it at the end of 2022.

“It was split 50-50. Half thought he went too far with his comments about the royal family. Half thought he was too soft. He ultimately decided to push the release date to 2023,” the source said.

However, the changes in the release date are proving to be too difficult for the Duke of Sussex.

“Through the legal process, the royal family has been unhappy with the excerpts presented to them for clearance. Harry’s stuck between two sides, but he has to do whatever he can. He’s been cut off financially and this is how he has to survive,” the source said.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. As of late, there’s no proof that Prince Harry decided to push back the release date of his memoir. After all the book has already been submitted to his publisher months ago.

It’s not also true that Prince Harry decided to send the royal family snippets of his memoir. Royal experts previously confirmed that the royal family has no idea what Prince Harry’s memoir is all about because he refused to share the details with them.

What’s more, Prince Harry didn’t also receive mixed reviews from the public regarding his memoir because he has not shared it with the royal family or any other person for that matter.

In fact, it seems his wife, Meghan Markle doesn’t also have any idea what the contents of the memoir are in full.

By the looks of it, the tabloid is just speculating on what Prince Harry’s memoir is all about because they are anticipating that he would shade the royal family in his book.

Prince Harry did not also push back the release date of his memoir. It will still be released at the end of the year just in time for the holidays.

In his previous statement, the Duke of Sussex said that the book will be all about his life and experiences as the man that he has become and not as the royal that he was born to be.