Aides at the palace have been debating how to prevent Prince Harry from writing his memoirs.
Despite claims that he is trying to tone things down, there is reportedly great worry that the book may include harmful discoveries.
It is a component of a presidential-style plan put out by advisers, which will concentrate on the vital first 100 days of the administration.
The question being asked within the Palace is, “Can the book be stopped?” according to a friend of the King. Even Harry may not be able to stop it at this point, but the top management believes that complaining in public won’t accomplish anything positive.
When the book is published, lawyers for the Royal Family at the company Harbottle and Lewis are anticipated to be available to read it.
Harry’s £36 million arrangement with Penguin Random House may imply that the King is unable to stop it, but it is exceedingly improbable that the King will take legal action against Harry. It arrives at a crucial juncture in the King’s rule.
‘His Majesty will expand on the points he has made to the country,’ a palace insider said. ‘Now that the time of sorrow is ended, he will encourage diversity, foster a sense of community, and safeguard the space for people with religion and those without.
He is aware that his hobbies and interests will continue as King, but that some of his prior obligations will now be in the capable hands of others.»Palace aides debate how to stop Prince Harry from publishing his memoirs«