Prince Harry has now fully "gone rogue" by announcing he is writing a memoir, according to a royal expert.
Richard Fitzwilliams, royal commentator, says the "totally unpredictable" Duke of Sussex could use the book as "leverage" to damage the royal's reputation.
The former prince has promised to delve into the "highs and lows" of his crazy life in his upcoming autobiography – which will be released during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee next year.
Although the publication is still 18 months away, the 'tell-all book' is striking fears in those close to the royal's that it could put a dampener on the special celebrations, as well as widening the already split family.
Fitzwilliams says that the memoir could be used as a weapon against his family to get what he wants, although what that could be has not been specified by commentators.
Speaking to The Sun Online, Fitzwilliams said: "Its mere existence is a form of a lever to potentially use against the royal family in whatever is to come.
"This book has the potential to be dynamite.
"But the thing is, what do the Sussexes really want from the royal family next? What do they want them to do?
"They have gone rogue. It is a fact.
"It’s incredibly worrying because they are so totally unpredictable. Anything is possible."
He added that he believes The Firm will be waking on eggshells until the book is finally published in case they are portrayed in a negative light.
"They’re constantly going to wondering ‘will this be leaked to anyone?’ and secondly ‘is it going to appear in the book?'," he said.
Meghan Markle tipped to follow Prince Harry with her own 'fascinating' memoir
The sceptical royal commentator also criticised Harry's choice of release date for the memoir.
He said: "It is deplorable that he would time his book’s release during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year.
"It will hang over all events. Nothing should detract from what is happening during the commemoration of the monarch's service.
Never want to miss a story about the royals? You can get all of Daily Star's articles sent directly to your inbox! Sign up in seconds here!
"To do this now, to do anything that is controversial during the Jubilee, is just extraordinary."
The ex-royal is expected to unravel his life onto page including his relationship with Meghan Markle, the controversial retirement from The Firm and becoming a father.
It is set for release next year and currently remains untitled.
The book's ghost writer, Pulitzer Prize-winner J R Moehringer, has written memoirs for Nike co-founder Phil Knight as well as tennis legend Andre Agassi.
Source: Read Full Article