The Royal Family will want to reconcile with Prince Harry to avoid spoiling the coronation, a royal expert said.
“Even if they do manage to make some form of peace, [it] might be temporary. I think it’s going to be extremely difficult for them as a family – and more broadly, for the nation and for the Institution – to forgive what’s happened.”
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have remained silent over allegations in the Sussexes’ Netflix series in which Harry claimed the Prince of Wales left him terrified after screaming and shouting at him during the Sandringham summit. Harry has also demanded an apology from the Royal Family for his wife Meghan.
Mr Sacerdoti told US Weekly: “I think Harry and Meghan have said they’re expecting an apology, but I think there aren’t many people who agree that it’s due that way round. Some of the individuals within [Spare] – the King, the Queen and the Prince of Wales – all come out of that book so badly.”
Giuffre’s book could make public have ‘sympathy’ towards Prince Andrew, expert claims
The Duke of York’s accuser Virginia Giuffre is expected to publish her own memoir after reportedly signing a deal worth “millions”, sources claim, but the book could “backfire” and make the public feel sorry for the royal instead, a PR expert told Express.co.uk.
Prince Andrew’s reputation is “already in tatters” and the public feels as if he is already being punished enough, they claimed.
The Duke of York has repeatedly and vehemently rejected Ms Giuffre’s allegations against him.
Princess Kate follows Queen and Philip’s golden rule on public engagements
Kate, Princess of Wales, is a seasoned working royal and according to one expert, she has modelled herself on a particularly successful member of the Firm — the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Gyles Brandreth, author of Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait, has pointed out a key way Kate is following in the footsteps of Her late-Majesty.