Prince Harry's explosive tell-all memoir will make his feelings about stepmother Camilla clear and it's due to "shake the monarchy to the core", according to a friend.
The Duke of Sussex's friends have reportedly predicted that Camilla, who the Queen revealed last week as the future Queen Consort, will be a target for criticism in the book.
Harry paid tribute to his late mother Diana last week on a video call with former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas.
But noticeably, the Duke didn't mention the dramatic news that Camilla, 74, will become the next Queen when his father Prince Charles, 73, takes the throne.
The radio silence from the Duke "speaks volumes" one friend said, who alleged that Harry is still not close to the Duchess of Cornwall, Mirror reports.
His silence “speaks volumes” says one pal, who alleges Harry, 37, is still not close to Camilla.
It was famously suggested by Diana in her 1995 BBC Panorama interview that there were "three people" in her marriage to Charles.
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The Duke of Sussex's tell-all book is expected to be published in the run-up to Christmas.
His friend added: “He has got lots to say about it. People think he’s keeping a low profile to respect the family but it’s not that.
“He’s writing a book. He’s got a multi-million-pound book deal and he’s keeping a lot of his opinions for that. The memoir deal states that it should include personal details of personal and family arrangements.
"And it will be a really intimate take on his feelings about his family and what has gone in the breakdown of the relationship.
“If they think that he’s gone soft, then they are mistaken.
“Just wait for the book to come out because that will shake the monarchy to the core.”
Despite the fact that Prince William is said to be supportive of the proposed change to Camilla's Royal status, Harry has allegedly rebuffed his stepmother.
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Prince Harry was introduced to Camilla as a teenager shortly before the first anniversary of Diana's 1997 untimely death and their encounter was said to be tense and awkward.
But this seemingly changed as time went on and the two brothers developed a close relationship with their stepmother.
In 2005, Prince Harry said that he and William "loved her to bits".
The Duke's upcoming memoir has been ghost-written by the author and journalist J R Moehringer, who has also collaborated with tennis star Andre Agassi on his memoir, published in 2009.
Harry has said he is writing it "not as the prince I was born but as the man, I have become".
Announcing its release, Harry said: "I'm writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man, I have become."
He also added he was "deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I've learned over the course of my life so far and excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that's accurate and wholly truthful".
Daily Star has contacted Meghan and Harry's and Clarence House representatives for comment.
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