Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have never been afraid to fan a few flames, but things have been getting particularly spicy lately: while riding the success of their recent Netflix docuseries, they’re also anticipating the release of Harry’s memoir, Spare, scheduled to drop on January 10. To add to the flurry of publicity, the prince is reported to have scheduled two live interviews for the new year, one with ITV’s Tom Bradby and another with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. Unfortunately, the royal family isn’t exactly thrilled with the first-time author in the family.
According to a new report from London’s The times, Spare “It’s expected to be even more incendiary than the Netflix couples series,” though it will focus more on Harry’s childhood than his more recent run-ins with the Firm. A “close royal informant” said People that while the content can be divisive, “some of the issues [Meghan and Harry] have raised are important, and I think both sides probably recognize that.”
Still, a source said entertainment tonight that, despite the lack of official comment from Buckingham or Kensington Palace, tensions are rising after the fall of Netflix. “There is no trust left” between the royals and the Sussexes, the source confirmed, adding that “everyone remains cautious” ahead of Sparepublication of .
A second source said Eastern Time that although several family members are “mad”, Prince William is particularly upset with his brother. This source cites the inclusion of clips from the 1995 Princess Diana documentary series. Panorama Interview with Martin Bashir as a key sticking point: Prince William said last year that the interview “should never be broadcast again” because it “has no legitimacy”, following the revelation that Bashir used the fake to push the mother of the princes to accept the recording. .
For now, the Sussexes are expected to stay away from their family across the pond, who this week will celebrate their first Christmas without Queen Elizabeth. A former member of the palace staff said People, “It will be difficult, since the Queen was all they knew, like most of Great Britain.” Prince William and Princess Kate, as well as Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew and Camilla, the Queen Consort, are expected to meet at Sandringham Estate. This year will also mark the first time King Charles will do his annual Christmas broadcast. A former member of the Queen’s staff said People“The first year is the most difficult, since it is always the first of everything you notice.”
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