Prince Harry Refused To Share Details Of His Memoir With Dad Charles: Report

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The queen's grandson Prince Harry has said he will not attend but is due to go to his Invictus Games for disabled veterans in the Netherlands
The queen's grandson Prince Harry has said he will not attend but is due to go to his Invictus Games for disabled veterans in the Netherlands

Prince Charles has reportedly "iced out" Prince Harry after the Duke of Sussex refused to discuss his upcoming memoir with him.

In a meeting before the Invictus Games earlier this year, the Prince of Wales asked Harry about his new book but he was forced to cut the meeting short after the latter refused to tell him about it.

According to royal commentator Neil Sean, Prince Charles and Prince Harry held the meeting in Windsor right before the Invictus Games in Holland. Prince Charles allegedly called for the meeting to ask Prince Harry about the content of his memoir, which is expected to spill wild secrets about the royal family.

"We know that Prince Charles spent very little time with his son Prince Harry," Sean said on his YouTube channel. "Charles wanted to have a one-on-one chat but that ended up being a very brief meeting. 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," he revealed, adding that Harry's refusal meant his father would have no other choice but to wait to see what juicy details the memoir will expose.

"It has been pushed back, and Charles will have to wait and see like the rest of us," the royal commentator said.

"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," he continued.

Prince Harry first announced his memoir in July last year. The Duke also said he would write the memoir not as the prince he was born but as the man he has become, promising it would be "accurate and wholly truthful."

The manuscript of the memoir has reportedly been completed. While its publishing date has been pushed back once, the book is on track for its release before the end of the year.


The queen's grandson Prince Harry has said he will not attend but is due to go to his Invictus Games for disabled veterans in the Netherlands

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