Those close to King Charles III fear that Harry will take revenge on Camilla

Aides to King Charles III are dreading the imminent release of Prince Harry’s new book as they fear it will be directed against Camilla, the Queen Consort.

Prince Harry has written a memoir that is due to be published later this year and will be “a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful,” he informed.

But former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan claimed aides to King Charles III were “horrified” by the book’s release.

Writing for the New York Times, Piers said: “One of Charles’s intimates told me a few months ago that the palace was absolutely terrified of the book, fearing that it would be full of new poisonous accusations and would be directed against Camilla as some sort of revenge for her role in the breakdown of Harry’s parents’ marriage.”

“This conversation, of course, was before the Queen’s death and when Charles was just the Prince of Wales,” Pearce added, as quoted by the Daily Mirror.

The journalist pointed out that following the Queen’s death last week, the release of the book now would be “devastating” for King Charles III.

He added: “But now he is king and Camilla is his queen consort and therefore any such attack coming from the new monarch’s own son would be devastating.”

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, Harry opened up about the rift with his father, saying he felt “really disappointed” in his dad: “He knows what pain is. Of course I’ll always love him, but a lot of painful things happened and my priority is to try to deal with them.”

Since then, the father and son are said to be trying to deal with the crisis in their relationship. They gathered together for Prince Philip’s funeral and then for the Queen’s Jubilee.

Also, King Charles paid tribute to Harry and Meghan in his first royal speech since the Queen’s death. He said he wanted to “express his love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives abroad”. His younger son then returned the favor by mentioning his father in his tribute to the late queen.

Meanwhile, Piers has called on Harry to “terminate his lucrative contract” with Penguin Random House and “cancel the book” to prove he really wants to reconcile with his father.

“If Harry really wants us to believe that he wants to ‘honor’ his father, as he said today, he should cut his lucrative contract with Penguin Random House and cancel the book. If he doesn’t understand why, he should look up the meaning of the word ‘honor ” in the dictionary to find that it means to show “unconditional respect”, “great respect” and “reverence”.

However, a royal expert claimed that Harry “insisted” that his memoirs be published in November.

In an interview on GB News’ Dan Wootton Tonight, royal expert Tom Bower said: “I was told tonight that Harry is pushing for his book to be published in November – that’s amazing. Obviously the publishers aren’t too sure, but the Prince thinks that if they don’t publish it, they violate the contract”.


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