Speaking on the latest episode of Royally Us about Harry’s memoir, Mr Sykes said: “It is the opportunity for them to turn the page on the, kind of, looking bitter and angry [image] in the Oprah interview.”
He added: “I do feel like ultimately, and it was received differently in the UK over here, to how it was in America, but I do feel that ultimately they didn’t come out brilliantly.
“They didn’t land the killer punch on the royals.”
Mr Sykes continued: “The stories were, kind of, conflicting about who said what [and] when they said it.
Meghan and Prince Harry are no longer senior royals
The couple now reside in the US
“Oprah, I felt, didn’t interrogate it fully enough.”
He added: “So, I felt that overall, they didn’t come out brilliantly.
“I think that people had very little sympathy for Harry pleading poverty.
“I thought that was a really really odd thing for him to do.”
In July 2021, on Penguin Random House’s website, Harry himself wrote how “deeply grateful” he was for the opportunity to release the memoir.
He wrote: “I’m writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man I have become.
No release date has officially been announced for Harry’s memoir
The statement claimed that the memoir would cover “his lifetime in the public eye”, everything from his “childhood to the present day”.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK