Prince Harry plans to ignore his father, King Charles III, and spend the first Christmas following the Queen’s death alone.
Due to new revelations in his bombshell biography, Prince Harry will not spend Christmas with the royal family, according to sources.
They allege that communication is “at rock bottom,” and that the Duke of Sussex will decline King Charles’ invitation before the book’s global release on January 10.
The book, titled Spare in honour of him growing up in Prince William’s shadow, has already terrified the royal family.
Insiders expected that after the death of the Queen, the feuding relatives would “repair relations.” During the month of grief, Harry and his wife Meghan returned to Britain quietly.
According to reports, they had “no intention” of reconnecting with the family at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk for their first Christmas without the Queen.
According to a source, the announcement of the book’s title and other revelations about Harry’s “raw, unrelenting honesty” took the royals off stride. “It’s so horrifying that this book could mean the end of whatever relationship Harry expects to have with his family,” one reader continued.
Everyone is bracing themselves for another stressful and tense moment at the hands of the Sussexes.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey last year, Harry, 38, and Meghan admitted that a senior royal made a racial slur regarding their baby Archie’s skin tone.
Harry also spoke of his “genetic trauma” as a child and his rocky relationships with his father and sibling.
The breakdown of his parent’s marriage and his mother Diana’s death in a vehicle accident in Paris in 1997 significantly impacted his life.
In a commercial, Penguin Random House accentuated it, saying, “For Harry, this is his narrative at long last.” He was given a three-book deal worth more than £36 million, which included a £20 million advance.
After Harry returned to California, it is believed that he and his family had little communication. However, it is thought that after the Queen died, he proposed awarding the titles of prince and princess to his children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1.
According to Buckingham Palace, the King will take Harry’s place in an honorary military rank.
The monarch will succeed the current Captain General of the Royal Marines, a post that was abolished by the Queen after the Duke of Edinburgh left for the United States.
Princess Anne was widely expected to be awarded the honour.
It gives me great pleasure to take over as your Captain General, the King declared yesterday in a statement to the Royal Marines on their 358th anniversary.