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King Charles fears that Prince Harry "has barely scratched the surface" with the sort of revelations that made up the bulk of his bombshell memoir.
The 38-year-old prince shocked the world with the contents of his best-selling memoir, Spare, and the reigning Monarch has good reason to worry about more from his younger son, according to royal expert Tom Bower.
Writing for the Daily Mail, Bower referred to Harry's claims in a recent interview that he has more material that could fill a second book as a reason for Charles fearing that "the chickens will come home to roost".
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"No one knows better than Charles that Harry has barely scratched the surface when it comes to his tumultuous marriage to Diana, his difficult relationship with his own parents and his adulterous relationship with Camilla," Bower wrote.
"The embattled King knows he has good reason to fear his son."
The King's resolve, apparently, will be "weakened by guilt" over the claims that he wasn't supportive to Harry and William after their mother's death in 1997, Bower claimed.
He wrote: "All too often, at weekends and during school holidays, Harry was left in the care of his nanny at Highgrove while his father pursued his own interests or nestled in another home with Camilla.
"The chickens, Harry might say, have now come home to roost."
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One example of this alleged fear was backed up by a line in the book, something the now King allegedly told his sons following his own father's death.
"Please boys, don’t make my final years a misery," a quote attributed to Charles in Spare read.
The news follows a source saying that Harry has not heard from his brother or father since last week's release of his book.
The apparent stand-off is now casting further doubt on whether Harry and Meghan Markle will receive invitations for Charles' Coronation on May 6.
And all talk of a get together to clear the air before the Westminster Abbey ceremony is being dismissed with the source telling the Sun: "There has been no conversations or contact."
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