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The royal family is known for their love of new Christmas gifts – toilet seats, comic cups and singing hamsters have been reported over the years – but the king assumes Queen Elizabeth wont A copy of Prince Harry’s massive, crammed memoir that promises to be a “candid and intimate” account of his life in the royal family is being decoded this holiday season.
Millions of her subjects, likely, after reports on Monday that the memos had been completed, handed over to publishers, and signed by attorneys.
There has been speculation that the memoirs have been delayed or even canceled because publishers have not yet set a publication date or announced a publicity schedule.
However, it now appears that there is every possibility that the Penguin Random House will indeed have the book on the shelves in time for the major Thanksgiving and Christmas markets.
The Sun Reported that ghost writer JR Moehringer, who co-authored the autobiography of Andre Agassi to openHe finished the manuscript this summer.
A publishing source said The sUnited nations: The manuscript has been completed and has undergone all legal formalities. It’s over and out of Harry’s hands. The publication date has been pushed back once but is on track to the end of the year.”
Harry himself has said that the book will be his story: “The ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned…a straightforward description of my life that is totally accurate and honest.”
Royal author Christopher Andersen previously told The Daily Beast: “Prince Charles’ clients have been scrambling for months to see what other shells await, but to no avail. No one expected Harry’s book to be a feast for his relatives. But you feel in the wake of Jubilee that now the gloves have already been taken off” .
and Harry Duncan Larcombe, a former royal editor at the sunHe previously told The Daily Beast that uncertainty about the book’s content prevents reconciliation between the feuding families, saying, “How can the royal family welcome Harry back into the fold while he has virtually transformed himself into a journalist? As long as this book hangs on them like the sword of Damocles, How can they be expected to extend an olive branch?
“Once the book is released, William will have to decide what to do about Harry, but he will do nothing until he knows what is on every page of this book. The truth is that if, as a prominent member of the royal family, you write a book that says it all, Then you would have violated Rule #1 of the Royal Family.”
Sixth page I reported last week that the book will be released as planned this fall, with one source saying, “It’s exciting, that’s for sure,” and another commenting, “There’s a lot of new stories about the past that Harry hasn’t talked about before, about his childhood… There is some content that should make his family nervous.”