This led Charles to allegedly “ice” his younger son and stop the meeting after just ten minutes.
The memoir, published by Penguin Random House, is expected to debut this winter – just in time for the Thanksgiving and Christmas gift market.
Mr Sean said: “We know that Prince Charles spent very little time with his son Prince Harry.
“Charles wanted to have a one-to-one chat but that ended up being a very brief meeting.”
Charles allegedly ‘iced’ his younger son with a very short meeting
The memoir, published by Penguin Random House, is expected to debut this winter
He continued: “According to a very good source, allegedly, Prince Harry refused to detail anything about his forthcoming memoir to Prince Charles.
“The big sticking point this year, being the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the 75th year of Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, Charles doesn’t want any negativity.
“According to that good source, Harry refused to talk about what he put down in his book and how this will pan out.
“It has been pushed back, and Charles will have to wait and see like the rest of us.”
Prince Charles tried to ask Harry about the memoir with little success
Mr Sean added: “The fact they are remaining so tight-lipped means there have to be some bombshells in the memoir.
“Charles then iced his younger son with a very short meeting.
“He wanted to have a mature, adult conversation about what the book will contain, and whether the royals should be concerned about anything.”
It is thought that the pair were on better terms during Harry’s visit for the Jubilee
However, it is thought that the pair were on better terms during Harry’s visit for the Jubilee.
A royal source claimed that the Prince of Wales and his granddaughter Lilibet had a “very emotional” first meeting during the Jubilee weekend.
Charles was “absolutely thrilled” by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit with their daughter and son Archie, according to the source.
Lilibet celebrated her first birthday on the family’s trip to the UK from California, where it would have also been the first opportunity for the Queen to meet her great-granddaughter and namesake, for the first time.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK