The release date of Prince Harry’s memoir is likely to clash with Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee
If some royal experts are to be believed, Prince Harry is getting ready to worsen his ties to the British royal family.
After news broke out about Prince Harry penning an explosive memoir about his royal life out in the open, royal expert Nick Bullen thinks this could be the final straw for Queen Elizabeth II.
In a chat with Us Weekly, Bullen said that the release date of the Duke of Sussex’s memoir is likely to clash with the monarch’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
“I think here in Britain, the announcement of this book has undoubtedly sent shockwaves around the place, both at the highest levels of society and just with the average amount on the streets,” said Bullen.
“I think it was a couple of [interviews], the first was surely enough, surely the other interview was enough. Let’s draw a line under it … [and] let’s try and start rebuilding from there,” he added.
Bullen further said that this could upset people, and “could be seen as disrespectful” to the Queen.
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