CEO of ghostwriting company StoryTerrace, Rutger Bruining, said that the publicity Prince Harry's book may undo any potential for a royal reconciliation.
Talking to Express.co.uk, he said ,“It really seems like Harry has gone for broke in terms of what he's decided to reveal, without taking into consideration how this might impact his family...or rather, he's made a conscious decision not to hold back, regardless of how his brother and others might feel. Harry clearly feels aggrieved and is using this book as his forum to tell the world what he believes is his truth.”
He added, it was “interesting” that “at the same time, [Prince Harry] has said he wishes to be reconciled with his brother and his father”.
The Duke of Sussex said Harry “would appear to contradict” the contents of the book. “How this will play out in the long term is anyone's guess.”
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