Harry and Meghan can all change for them



The period is not the best for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. The Sussexes are indeed living a period of tension with the royal family. It doesn’t help their choice to reject Carlo’s invitation to spend Christmas together, nor the upcoming publication of the autobiography, which could cast more shadows over the Crown. Experts now also speak of a return to London of the prince, who could however run the risk of losing everything.

According to what the Daily Mail reports, indeed, Prince Harry may also be heading to the UK to promote his controversial new memoir, Spare. The move, however, could trigger retaliation from Palazzo, now tired of the couple’s constant headbutting.


Some sources, in fact, have claimed that Harry and Meghan may fly to Britain early in the New Year to promote the book’s release. It could also cast a shadow over the first Christmas the Royal Family will spend without Queen Elizabeth.

What Prince Harry and Meghan Markle risk in the coming months

Members of the royal family are reportedly preparing for the publication of the autobiography, scheduled for January 10. Biographer Tom Bower said the publication of the memoirs would be a defining moment for the Sussexes. With relations between Prince Harry and Meghan and the rest of the royal family already at an all-time low, in fact, one could draw extreme conclusions. Indeed, the decision of King Charles to deprive the couple of the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex is not to be excluded.


The Daily also reports that relations between Harry and William have become more strained since the announcement of the book’s publication. The brothers are said to be no longer talking on the phone and the Sussexes’ exclusion from Crown family life seems only a matter of time. Meanwhile, other people close to Harry would have chosen to leave him alone in this editorial adventure.


The tabloids report that Prince Harry would have asked friends and ex-girlfriends to expose themselves to collaborate on his souvenir book, defending him in front of the media. In the end, however, hardly anyone would offer help. Everyone would take the time to “think about the proposal”, but in the end in vain. A source told The Sun: ‘Friends and girlfriends were polite and said they would think about it, but in the end most said no.

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