The Royal Family are likely “apprehensive” regarding Prince Harry’supcoming memoir are “quite possibly ready to respond.”
That’s according to royal author Katie Nicholl, who spoke to OK! to discuss the upcoming book, Spare, due to be released next month in January.
The author of The New Royals told the magazine: "I don’t think the Royal Family are terrified by anything, least of all of what is going to come next in Harry’s autobiography.
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"But concerned, apprehensive? Yes. Ready to respond? Quite possibly. Wearied by all of this? Absolutely."
It is due for release next month and will come off the back of the incendiary Harry & Meghan documentary recently released on Netflix.
While Buckingham Palace has been quiet on the documentary, Katie reckons there’s a chance that it could say something in relation to the new book.
"Whilst I think in this instance the palace's lack of response is the right thing, there needs to be a shot across the bow from the palace to Harry and Meghan [Markle] that this is not going to be tolerated and this has to stop.
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She added: “We know there is going to be an autobiography and I wonder if we will hear from the palace after the publication of the autobiography. I wouldn't rule it out."
The news comes as Harry & Meghan introduced a number of major claims about their lives and exits from the Royal Family, including Harry’s disappointment as William's press office engaged in the controversial game of trading stories about other royals.
He claimed how his brother’s office had played the “dirty game” of managed story leaking to the press, which sees offices trade a “negative story about their principal” for “something about someone else’s principal.”
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Also in the allegations were claims that the Prince of Wales screamed at his little brother.
Harry explained how he and Meghan had tried to have a half in half out working arrangement.
He said: “It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father saying things that simply weren’t true, and my grandmother quietly sitting there and taking it all in.”
The Daily Star has approached Buckingham Palace for comment.
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