Prince Harry should ‘re-think’ publishing memoir after Queen’s death to show loyalty to King Charles

Prince Harry releasing a sensational memoir so soon after the death of the Queen would be ‘tasteless’ and ‘inappropriate’, a royal expert has said.

Harry, who is now fifth in line to the throne, is due to be releasing the hotly anticipated book in time for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.

But after the death of Her Majesty on Thursday, the future of the memoir has been thrown into disarray, with royal experts saying it would be a very bad look for him to publish anything controversial at this time. 

Meanwhile, publishing sources have suggested that it may be pushed back to 2023 to allow Prince Harry time to write additional chapters on the passing of the Queen.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said he never thought the book should have been written but for it to be published now, even with an additional chapter discussing the late Queen, would be ill-advised.

He said: ‘It is not a matter of a re-write, it’s a matter of a re-think.

‘Were it to be published, if it had…

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