The prospect of Prince Harry ‘putting his book’ back for Queen Elizabeth’s sake is debunked by royal specialists.
Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal analyst, has explored this issue.
“It is really vital that this occurred,” he was reported as saying in The Sun. “Hopefully, it will be perceived as beneficial.”
“Harry‘s autobiography is on the way, but autobiographies can always be postponed.” It’s extremely likely that some kind of arrangement was reached on the book.”
“Harry last saw the Queen during the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, and Meghan hasn’t seen her since they detonated nuclear by standing down as working royals, so this may definitely be a peace summit,” says the source. Relations have struck rock bottom, and the royals have had a difficult time, especially since the Queen is ill.”
“However, the family’s main concern would have been to put Harry and Meghan at ease.” And, if they so desired, they might definitely attend the Jubilee. This tour has made it very evident.”
Regardless, Mr. Fitzwilliams feels that “predicting what they would do next would need a crystal ball.”