Prince Harry writing 'last minute' final chapter on Queen's funeral amid 'fears' for book

Prince Harry's final chapter on the Queen's funeral in his upcoming memoir has sparked concerns from some who worry about the ramifications

Prince Harry's final chapter on the Queen's funeral
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Prince Harry's final chapter on the Queen's funeral has sparked fears from some who are concerned that the updated memoir will negatively impact the Royal Family.

Just a few days ago it was reported that Prince Harry 'desperately' wants to make 'refinements' to memoir after Queen's death. It has now been suggested that the Prince is making these changes to the book and is including an entire chapter about Her Majesty's funeral which took place in September. 

This has sparked concern from some people who worry about the impact of these specific chapters. Speaking to OK!, author, Jeffrey Archer, who was friends with the late Princess Diana, expressed concerns as he revealed the Duke will be adding extra content to his book about the Queen's passing.

"I’m very sad. I fear for the book. I know they’re writing the chapter on the funeral, so I suppose that’s what the book will end on," said Jeffrey. 

The author then revealed that the Prince is being paid a huge sum for this novel, so is unlikely to spare any shocking details. "They paid him a lot of money — something like £20 million. You want to calm it down if you’re paid £20 million?"

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attend day two of the Invictus Games 2020 at Zuiderpark on April 17, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands.

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It was previously reported that Prince Harry is keeping the Royal Family ‘at a distance’ until his memoir is published. Although an official date for the release of his book has not been announced, reports suggest that Prince Harry's memoir has been signed off and will likely be published by Christmas.

The editing of this memoir has been reported at the same time as rumors that Harry and Meghan are' desperate' to edit parts of their Netflix docuseries following Queen's death. It has been suggested that the royal couple wants to change the tone of the series in order to reflect a more appropriate message since the Queen's passing. 

It is unclear when this series will be released, but with reports of it being nicknamed 'Keeping up with the Sussexes,' it is clear that this show will allow fans to have a close look at the royal couple's lives in California. 

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