Prince Harrys tell-all book to be published in November despite Queens death

The tell-all book written by Prince Harry is set to be released just weeks after the Royal Family has finished mourning the loss of Her Majesty, the Queen.

Many had speculated that due to the death of the 96-year-old last week (September 8) that the book would be postponed so that it could be re-written.

But according to an expert, it could be on store shelves sooner than we would have expected.

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Royal author, in conversation with GB News host Dan Wooton said: “I think it will get very ugly and I think that in the end it is down to whether Harry and Megan are prepared to apologise to Kate and William.

“I'm convinced they won't apologise.

“Even worse, I'm told that Harry's insisting that his book is published in November.

“It's absolutely astonishing – he's insisting apparently, the publishers are not too certain.

“But he says if they don't publish it’s a breach of contract. That's what I'm told.”

“It's extraordinary…it fits the bill because Harry and Megan's finances depend entirely on the book and on Netflix, and also I think they've convinced themselves they're in the right and they want to get their own back.”

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Bower, who has written many controversial royal books, also divulged some detail about what he has heard is going to be in the book.

And it might not make for pleasant reading for the the Firm.

He explained: “The book is a time bomb – William is trying to, as is the King with that speech at the end where he said we love Harry and Megan, defuse the time bomb, but the time bomb is ticking.

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“Harry feels very committed to it as does Meghan and they now see it as a vehicle.

“This is their way to serve themselves.

“They have no sense any more of what it's like to be part of the family in Britain and that is the great tragedy.”

The book will, no doubt, contain details of the feud between brothers Harry and Prince WIlliam.

Although relations appear to have warmed slightly during the last few days.

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The pair shocked crowds outside Windsor Castle earlier today (September 10) when they appeared alongside each other – with wives Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton – to greet well-wishers and read tributes to their grandmother the Queen.

And, according to The Mirror, the war was ended by Prince William according to his spokesman.

He, the spokesman said, invited Harry and Meghan to join them in a show of unity following the sad death of Her Majesty on Thursday, (September 8) aged 96.

The Daily Star has reached out to Harry and Meghan's team for a comment.

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