After Penguin Random House confirmed the book’s title and publication date, Fitzwilliams told MailOnline that the title was improbable and that Prince Harry was a stand-in for the heir: “It’s a sensational title and it implies that the writer was not appreciated or, certainly, that he was not they feel integrated. When the propaganda talks about ‘rough and unflinching honesty’, the Palace will be very worried, especially since it is the first months of Carlos’ reign.”
According to the writer, Harry had to wait several years to publish his memoirs: “No doubt there will be interviews, serials and endless speculation about these memories, which in my opinion should have waited many years. Even Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor, he waited until 1951 before ‘The King’s Tale’ was published. The consequences of this will be far-reaching and potentially very destructive.”
Furthermore, it was reported that the royal family had not had a chance to review the manuscript.
The release date, title and cover – which shows a bearded Harry, 38, looking straight into the camera – were announced on Thursday morning, with proceeds going to charity.