Prince Harry's memoir "presents seismic threats to royal stability" and could ruin the Palace's image in the new year, a royal expert has claimed.
Daniela Elser made the remarks as she highlighted that next year "is going to be a huge one for the institution of the monarchy and the Windsors as a family".
It comes as the Duke of Sussex prepares to release his upcoming memoir shortly after the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in 2022.
He made the announcement earlier this year by claiming it would be "intimate and heartfelt" and will reveal the "highs and lows" from his childhood up until the present day.
The prince said his book, which will donate proceeds to charity, will offer readers an "honest and captivating personal portrait" and will include his dedication to the service and the joys of being a husband and father.
But Elser believes the memoir could cause some damage to the monarch, adding: "For months, the monarchy has been gearing up for the Platinum Jubilee year, launching initiatives such as tree-planting initiative the Queen’s Green Canopy, and with a four-day long weekend set down for the first week of June.
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"Already there are very ominous grey clouds on this horizon with Andrew’s case hitting the New York legal system with gusto in May and June, and with Harry’s memoir set to be released at some point, believed to be in the latter part of the year."
She went on to say that both of them are likely to "pummel the palace’s image again" and questioned how many blows can the firm take before "permanent damage is done".
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"Unfortunately, after 70 years in the top job (Diana used to call her the 'Top Lady') never has the institution the Queen swore to serve faced such a trial-by-family," the expert added.
"Here’s hoping she is busy recuperating from whatever her mystery health woes might have been and will enter 2022 fighting fit and ready for the PR battle of her reign."
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