Prince Harry warned bombshell book could ‘create issues for Archie years later’

Prince Harry’s book could have an impact on Archie “years later” and create “issues”, a royal expert has claimed.

The Duke of Sussex announced he was working on a new memoir earlier this month, sending shockwaves through the Royal Family.

Harry has teamed up with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter JR Moehringer and has already finished the first draft, Page Six reported.

The book is expected to cover Harry’s life from his turbulent childhood up to the present day, and will be released at the end of next year.

Royal author and expert Marlene Koenig, who runs royalmusings, believes Harry needs to get in touch with other senior royals before rushing to publish.

She told Express.co.uk: “While I think Meghan Markle and Harry need to do what they want to do, both sides need to communicate.

"If this is how he's communicating, by writing a book, he's missing the context that he needs to talk to his father.

"Because life is a circle – he could have the same thing happen to him.

"He talks about being a good father, we don't know how his son will react years later, he could have issues."

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Prince Wiliam and Prince Charles are already reportedly "nervous" about the book’s contents.

A source earlier told US Weekly: “The Royal Family is shaken up about the book.”

Charles and William are “particularly concerned about what Harry will reveal”, it is claimed.

After the Oprah Winfrey interview was broadcast, Harry continued to criticise the royals – comparing his childhood to “a mix of being in The Truman show and the zoo”.

He and William were reunited in the grounds of Kensington Palace last month to unveil a statue of their late mum Princess Diana.

However, the Duke of Sussex spent hung around for just 20 minutes after the ceremony, the Daily Mail reported.

Eric Schiffer, a brand and reputation management expert, earlier told the Daily Star that his new book is likely to delve into his "immense emotional pain and serious conflict with his father," along with concerns that "further created a rift" with the royals.

He added: "The hope is that Harry will also use the book as an opportunity to build a bridge back into the family, and also look for ways to highlight the good aspects of what he saw to be within his father and his grandmother.”

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