It appears that Prince Harry’s controversial royal memoirs* may be pushed back until next year!
Anyone expecting to read about the royal family in an upcoming biography of Prince Harry should prepare for a longer-than-expected metaphor of thirst.
The latest royal news says Harry’s highly-planned diary has been delayed. This speculation is mostly related to the fact that the memoir, initially scheduled for release this fall, is conspicuously missing from publisher Penguin Random House’s list of impending releases.
According to royal insiders, this means the book won’t be published until *at least* 2023, a revelation the Daily Mail claims will comfort Buckingham Palace.
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According to a royal source, “If this book is released this year as originally planned, it should be on the publisher’s marketing and promotion list – unless they are planning a surprise or there is a delay,” in royal circles, much interest has been omitted.
From the moment the book was revealed, there were rumors that palace staff and members of the royal family were concerned about exactly what Harry would reveal in the book.
Harry claimed in a statement at the time the diary was revealed that he had intended to share his autobiography “not as the prince I was born but as the man I became” and that it would include “successes, failures, mistakes and lessons learned”, but little is known about the book.
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According to the Daily Mail, there has been speculation that Harry’s memoirs will be delayed since at least May when anxious readers and those familiar with the royal family alike began to grow impatient with the lack of a concrete announcement of a publication date.
For the record, Penguin Random House can’t confirm any information regarding the publication schedule, with the speaker stating that “we don’t put every book on the list, so there’s nothing to extrapolate from that.”
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