Prince Harry will reportedly do some revisions for his highly anticipated memoir. Accordingly, sources said the material would not likely hit the shelves later this year.

Multiple publishing insiders spoke to Page Six about the matter. As claimed, the book was set to be held back until early 2023 as the former working royal worked out the content.

It all reportedly comes after the Queen’s passing on Thursday. A source noted that it “was something that was always speculated on when [they] started working on the book.”

The same informant continued that “this is a matter of respect” for the late British Monarch as the Duke of Sussex’s “grandmother and as his Queen,” adding that one only has to “look at the [British] Royal Family to see how emotional they are.”

With regard to the reported content revisions, a different publishing insider told the outlet that Prince Harry “will want to take out certain passages that involve Queen Elizabeth II,” again, “out of respect for her.”

But, it is alleged that the royal-born Prince will include some things in his book about the recent death of the British Monarch. As stated, “he will want to describe his feelings about the Queen’s passing.”

Another source, meanwhile, noted that no one truly knows what will change in the memoir. But one thing is said to be certain, though, and that is the Duke of Sussex not writing “anything bad about the Queen” as “he always has had the utmost love and respect for her.”

Amid the developing discussions about the highly anticipated memoir, some experts have been sharing their thoughts on the matter.

One of them is Tom Bower, who claimed earlier this week that he had heard about Prince Harry’s alleged “insistence” to release the book in November, according to MailOnline.

The outlet quoted the royal biographer, saying, “I am told tonight that Harry is insisting that his book is published in November. Apparently, the publishers are not too certain, but he says if they do not publish it will be a breach of contract.”

Bower is also said to have deemed the matter “extraordinary.” But, he reportedly argued that “it fits the bill” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, noting that the pair’s “finances depend entirely on the book and on Netflix.”

Following the assertions, however, a source close to Prince Harry is shared to have disputed the accuracy of the biographer’s statements in the exchange. But, it is pointed out that the unnamed informant did not comment on the publication date of the memoir.