Prince Harry will be willing to reveal all of his Royal Family secrets in his upcoming book, a royal expert has claimed.
Sunday Times royal editor Roya Nikkakh said that the Duke of Sussex 'will not need much encouragement' to spill the beans in his upcoming memoir announced earlier this year.
According to Harry himself, the release will be a "wholly truthful and accurate" account of his trials and tribulations to date.
Pulitzer Prize winner J.R. Moehringer is helping Harry pen the piece which has caused a 'tsunami of fear' within royal circles, reports the Mirror.
If the explosive Oprah Winfrey interview that the Sussexes did earlier this year is anything to go by, perhaps they have reason to be concerned.
Discussing the memoir on True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat, host Kate Thornton said with a reported multi-million dollar advance at stake, Harry might have to be very forthcoming with information for the book.
Nikkakh replied: "You say he is going to have to come out with a lot of details in the book, but I don't think Harry will need a huge amount of encouragement to do that.
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"We've seen in the last year, he is very open about wanting to talk more about his life and how he feels and his emotions, so I think for him he sees it as a big opportunity to say some more of what he wants to say.
"The author [J.R Moehringer] has said that when he is ghostwriting a book, he feels unless the subject is completely honest, it's always going to be a flop, so he is going to be encouraging Harry to be very honest. And Harry, I think, doesn't need much encouragement these days."
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There is no definitive release date for the book as yet but it is scheduled to be available in late next year.
This comes just after TV personality Lizzie Cundy, a close friend of Sarah Ferguson, claimed that the Queen 'put her foot down' to remove Harry and Meghan's royal titles.
The confidant of the Queen's daughter-in-law said: "The Queen then had to put her foot down and say well, 'if this is what you want, you then can’t use the Royal titles, and indeed you’ll have to pay back the money – the taxpayer’s money that is – for Frogmore cottage, and you’re not getting money for your security'."
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