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Prince Harry's upcoming book could contain a "hate bomb" for his family to deal with, a Royal expert has claimed.
Royal author Tina Brown said the soon-to-be-released biography may prove a "stumbling block" to reunion and reconciliation following his move to the US with wife Meghan Markle.
Speaking on LBC, she said Harry "keeps lobbing the bombs," adding: "What is Harry going to say in this book? Are we going to be in for, another you know, a kind of massive kind of hate bomb again, which is going to explode all over us?"
Tina said the Royals Family would have to "find a way to live with" whatever is published in Harry's book, and try to make some kind of reunion happen regardless.
"The problem they've got right now is great mistrust of Harry because he keeps lobbing these bombs, it never stops," she said.
It's not been plain sailing for Harry recently, as he and Meghan have had to grapple with the cancellation of the latter's Netflix shows.
Royal commentator Angela Levin said: "Not only a disaster but the fact that it was announced last July and apparently there's still nothing to show for it.
"Being a royal opens every door for you but if you leave you can't just take the money you have to do some work."
It appears Netflix may have dropped Harry and Meghan due to needed cutbacks, after the streaming giant suffered a slump in subscribers.
The company lost around £48billion of its market value recently and is facing stiff competition from rival streaming services. Harry and Meghan have yet to release anything on the platform, so this may have been why Netflix deemed them expendable.
Harry's upcoming book has already set the cat among the proverbial Royal pigeons, with Prince Charles in particular worrying Camilla may come in for an "excoriating takedown".
It has been reported the future king offered Prince Harry an olive branch in an effort to spare any humiliation the Duchess of Cornwall may face in his son’s upcoming book.
The Prince of Wales is said to have invited Harry and Meghan to stay with him ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next month.
A source told The Sun: "Charles is deeply protective of Camilla. The last thing he needs — especially in a year of celebration that should be all about the Queen — is an excoriating takedown of Camilla at a time when people have finally taken her to their hearts."
Lady C, meanwhile, said the Royal Family are allowing Harry and his wife Meghan to "get away with murder" due to their lack of response to the book's release.
Speaking on YouTube, she said: "I think the monarchy is acting in a weak and unresponsive way and allowing Meghan and Harry to get away with murder.
"However, I think what people don’t realise is that a reputable institution that is law-abiding and is respectful of right generally cannot ride roughshod over the rights of others just because it suits it.
"In the short term, yes they will look weak, at least to some people, to others it will look as if they are being respectful, and as if they are playing the long game and that sooner or later, if you give people enough rope to hang themselves with, they will do so."
The Daily Star has approached the Duke and Duchesses of Sussex's representatives for comment.
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