However, Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, said the book is likely to have made “hearts sink” within the Royal Family.
He added Harry will probably have to step up his game to be “even more sensational” than his explosive chat with Oprah Winfrey back in March.
Mr Little said: “The pressure must be on him to come up with something even more sensational than what we learned from the Oprah interview.
“It’s hard not to think that Harry would want to redress the balance, as far as he’s concerned, in print, though it’s been done on screen. You would think hearts will continue to sink at Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace.
“I suppose in an ideal world they would have liked a line to be drawn after the Oprah revelations.
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“But clearly that isn’t Harry’s way of doing things. And so this won’t have been great news for Harry’s family.”
In the interview, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle outlined in shocking detail why they decided to quit life as senior royals, with Harry admitting he felt “trapped” and Meghan saying she was left feeling suicidal.
They also alleged that one unnamed member of the family had asked how dark their son Archie’s skin might be before he was born.
Oprah later clarified that Harry had said it was not the Queen or Prince Philip who made the comments about the colour of Archie’s skin.
Buckingham Palace also quickly responded the Queen was “saddened” by their claims, but added, “recollections may vary”.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK