Experts Predict Prince Harry’s Book Could Be the Final Nail in Its Coffin, as the Palace Prepares Itself for Impact.
As its “spare,” gears up for another series of tell-alls, the British royal family is preparing for a big impact.
Prince Harry will be speaking again on TV in two interviews. These interviews coincide with his memoir “Spare,” which hits bookshelves on January 10. Parts of their sit-downs featuring the Duke of Sussex were shared by U.K.’s ITV as well as CBS News’ 60 Minutes, both of which air on Sunday. The 38-year old continues to voice his disapproval of the monarchy in these segments.
In 2020, the father of two, and his wife Meghan Markle, declared that they would be stepping down as senior members of the British royal family. In a 2021 interview, Oprah Winfrey interviewed them about their decision to quit the British royal family. The interview was viewed nearly 50 million times worldwide.
Netflix’s “Harry & Meghan” series, which consists of six episodes, was released last month. It also featured the couple’s personal experiences that led to them making the decision to move to the U.S. Archewell Productions previously stated that the couple’s goal was to produce programming that “informs, elevates and inspires”.
Kinsey Schofield is a royal expert and hosts the podcast “To Di For Daily.” Fox News Digital stated that there are good reasons why Buckingham Palace did not release a statement to defend itself.
She explained that “The royal family is expecting negative headlines but they have survived much worse” They are optimistic that this will pass, and the team can sense that people are tired of this storyline. If the royal family does not respond, it keeps Harry’s drama going. If Harry and Meghan remain silent and Harry keeps beating the same drums, people will become increasingly tired of this shallow storyline.”