Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sensationally claimed during their interview with Oprah Winfrey in March that a royal had made a racist comment before their son Archie was born.
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Inside Buckingham Palace fears are growing that Prince harry You could name the person you accused of making comments about your son Archie’s skin color in your £ 15 million book.
Royal insiders claim that the Duke of Sussex will now be under extreme pressure to identify the family member who he claims made racist comments.
In their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, the couple claimed that a royal had made a comment when the Duchess was pregnant, but revealed little else.
Harry has since signed a big-money book deal with Penguin Random House, and the proceeds are donated to charities.
The memoirs are expected to hit shelves next year, possibly as the Queen is celebrating her historic Diamond Jubilee.
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Harry, 37, is ready to talk about Megxit and open up about the controversial move to America after collaborating with one of America’s leading ghostwriters.
But it is understood that the Prince may be feeling the pressure and could find himself cornered into offering something explosive.
Royal expert Penny Junor said Sun: “The publishers are going to want a lot for their money, how to name this supposed racist.
“He is investigating his mother’s life, so he will talk about his parents’ marriage, the breakup, the affairs.
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“That could be incredibly damaging to his father and Camilla. Charles is going to be king and Camilla his queen. The last thing they or the country needs is another wave of anger based on what I think are false accusations.”
Harry told the queen of the American talk show Oprah that he would never name the alleged royal racist.
He has been secretly working on a memory for almost a year, and it has caused a “tsunami of fear” among royal circles.
Despite the proceeds going to good causes, two-thirds of Britons say they are “not interested at all” in reading it.
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More than a third say it is “inappropriate” for me to post it.
According to a YouGov poll, nearly one in 10 people say they shouldn’t have signed the publishing agreement, and most won’t read it.
In a statement confirming the book, the duke said: “I am writing this not as the prince I was born into, but as the man I have become.
“I have worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is to tell my story: the ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned.
“I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.
“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned throughout my life thus far and excited that people are reading a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and totally truthful.”