Harrys book wont see light of day as he knows there would be no way back

Prince Harry would have “no way back” to the Royal Family if he goes ahead with his controversial upcoming memoir plans, a royal expert has claimed.

Tina Brown, the former editor of Tatler and Vanity Fair and author of The Diana Chronicles and The Palace Papers, has warned that this book could be a crucial moment for the Duke of Sussex's relationships.

According to theTelegraph, Brown doesn’t think the book will ever “see the light of day”.

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It is signed off and scheduled for release in the autumn in a three-part deal said to be worth around £40million.

Brown said: “They are now in this bind, where they've taken all this money and Harry has made this book deal where he's supposed to spill everything about his horrible life as a royal, but now he's actually tortured about it because he understands there is no way back if he does it.”

"If the book continues, I don't think there is any way for Harry to return. So my view has always been that the book won't see the light of day.”

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Harry has allegedly been asked to make some substantial changes to the book.

A source told MailOnline: “Harry has thrown a spanner in the works.

“He is keen for refinements in the light of the Queen's death, her funeral and his father Charles taking the throne.

“There may be things in the book which might not look so good if they come out so soon after these events. He wants sections changed now.

“It's not a total rewrite by any means. He desperately wants to make changes. But it might be too late.

Some sources have claimed publishers want the book in stores ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas sales.

Penguin Random House has said the book will provide an “intimate and heartfelt memoir” where “ Prince Harry will offer an honest and captivating personal portrait”.

Buckingham Palace allegedly remains keen on killing off he book, however, with a friend of King Charles telling the Mail: “The question inside the Palace is: ‘Can the book be stopped?’ It may be that even Harry can't stop it at this stage but the feeling at the very top is that there's no good that can come of airing grievances in public.”

A spokesperson for Harry has been contacted for comment.

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