The Queen and the Royal Family have been warned to expect more “bombshells” from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2022 according to an expert.
Harry and Meghan already made shockwaves with sensational claims during a high-profile interview with US TV host Oprah Winfrey.
Now royal commentator and biographer Katie Nicholl believes that those claims were just the start as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex begin to “drip-feed teasers”.
The Queen is looking to enjoy 2022 as it is a special year due to the celebrations of her Platinum Jubilee.
However, Katie feels the Queen will feel “anxiety” as the royals brace themselves for further revelations to come out from Harry and Meghan.
Speaking to Closer, Katie said: “The book will no doubt be full of more intimate and shocking revelations – Harry wouldn’t have got a multi-million pound advance without promising some juicy details.
“And in the build up to that, I imagine Harry and Meghan will have a carefully thought out publicity drive, which will see them drip-feed teasers in the months building up to the release.
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“There’ll be more shocking claims to come, perhaps their biggest yet! I’m sure the Queen has a lot of anxiety over that and the royals will be braced for more bombshells.”
Harry and Meghan dropped bombshell claims during their sit-down interview with Oprah last year.
The couple revealed an unnamed royal raised questions over Archie's skin colour, which prompted Buckingham Palace to make a rare statement on the matter.
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Harry made further statements in his Apple TV+ series with Oprah Winfrey, where revealed he accused the Royal Family of “neglect” around Meghan and her protection.
The claims last year had already reportedly upset many of the royals with Prince William said to be “furious”, according to a friend of his speaking to the Times.
Meghan and Harry are expected to return to the UK for the Queen’s celebration, although their specific attendance at events has not been confirmed.
It is believed the celebrations will also mark the first occasion the Queen has gotten to see Lilibet, who was born last year in the US.
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