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Queen heartbreak: ‘Hope is dimming’ for Royal Family to make peace with Prince Harry

Prince Harry: Memoir to 'overshadow' reconciliation says expert

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Royal expert Katie Nicholl admitted that the news that Prince Harry will be writing a memoir about his life has likely shifted the expectations for Royal Family reconciliation. While speaking on the US Today Programme, Ms Nicholl noted that the birth of his first daughter, Lilibet, sparked hopes of fixing royal rifts. She argued that the news of this memoir will likely overshadow any chance of this happening now, much to the sorrow of the Queen.

She also predicted it is unlikely the Royal Family will come out well based on Prince Harry’s previous comments about his family.

A today reporter said: “Royal experts once pointed to the baptism of Harry and Meghan’s daughter, Lilibet, as a chance to reconcile.

“They now acknowledge that hope is dimming.”

Ms Nicholl added: “I think everyone was hoping that the birth of their daughter would be an opportunity for reconciliation.

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“Now that we know of these plans for a memoir, it does overshadow any reconciliation.

“Given that everything Prince Harry has said about the Royal Family so far, one can’t imagine they are going to come out particularly well in all this.”

Other royal experts have reflected on this news and made their own predictions for the relations between Prince Harry and the rest of his family. 

While speaking on TalkRadio with Mike Graham, Royal expert Angela Levin argued this was a bad idea.

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Ms Levin also reflected on the possibility that Prince Harry is writing these memoirs as a way of apologising to the Royal Family.

Ms Levin admitted she had doubts about this intention, however.

She said: “Some people have said to me this morning that perhaps this is Harry’s way of making up with the royals.

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“I can’t see that at all if he wants to make up with them.

“It is going to make everything even worse.”

The overall consensus from many royal commentators is that this memoir will only succeed in deepening the rift between the Sussexes and the Royal Family.

With some concluding that it will ultimately prove to be damaging to the Royal Family brand. 

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