Prince Harry could be "playing games with the Royal Family" for publishing his own memoir and it's not helping to end rifts, a royal biographer said.
The Duke of Sussex revealed this week he has secretly been working with top ghostwriter J. R. Moehringer on a memoir.
In a press release, Harry said he is writing the book "not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become" and that it will include "the highs and the lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned".
But royal expert Robert Jobson told GB News that the book, which is set to be released in late 2022, is going to have a "massive impact" on the Royal Family.
He said: "I think he seems slightly detached from the things he does because when he talks about the Queen he talks of great fondness, and talks of great respect for her, and all of these things.
"But almost with a day, something comes out like his latest project that he has been working on for many many months with this ghostwriter in America.
"So he obviously knows what he has been up to and it is almost like he has been playing a game with the royals."
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Robert also suggested the reconciliation and ending of rifts between Harry and the members of the Royal Family won't be ending soon, adding "not with this book coming out".
"I am intrigued by [the memoir], I am looking forward to reading it," he said.
"I think it is going to have a massive impact on the Royal Family. Harry does not give a damn about the feelings of his grandmother, or his brother or his father."
Host Dan Wootton shared his opinion: "There's another explosion, you're right. He's just come back to the country and unveiled the statue and then boom, 'by the way, my tell-all book is coming up'.
"William must be furious about this."
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