Prince Harry will be launching a "very damaging" public attack on his stepmother, Camilla, in his upcoming 'tell-all' memoir, a source has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex confirmed that the book will delve deep into the "highs and lows" from his one-of-a-kind life, and promises to be an "honest and captivating personal portrait".
However, a source has claimed that Harry may be documenting his "fraught relationship" with the Duchess of Cornwall which could be very damaging to his stepmother and the Royal Family.
"Let's be honest, Harry has never been close to the Duchess of Cornwall," they told the Daily Mail.
"If he documents their fraught relationship in the book, it could be very damaging at a time when Charles is laying the groundwork for her to become Queen."
When Queen Elizabeth II either steps down from the throne or passes away, it will be passed on to her eldest son, Prince Charles.
Although, Buckingham Palace previously stated that Camilla will be known as Princess Consort instead of Queen in respect for the late Diana, Princess of Wales.
When Charles and Camilla announced their wedding in 2005, the Palace said: "It is intended that Mrs Parker-Bowles should use the title HRH The Princess Consort when the Prince of Wales accedes to the Throne."
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Charles and Camilla began their relationship in the early 1970s but called it off to marry Andrew Parker-Bowels.
Charles and Camilla first began their relationship in the early 1970s but she broke it off to marry Andrew Parker-Bowles.
It was later admitted by Charles that he had an affair with Camilla despite being married to Diana.
Following Diana and Charles' divorce in 1996, Camilla and Charles were pictured together for the first time in 1999.
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Robert Lacey, royal expert, previously warned that the public may still be "coming around to the thought" of King Charles and Queen Camilla.
He said: “This new generation of the Royal Family is very important to the Crown and very important to the nation.
“As we look ahead, we obviously hope Prince Philip and the Queen are blessed with long lives, but mortality takes its toll.
“We’re not quite sure what to think about King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
“I think most people still are [coming around to the thought of Charles and Camilla].
“Whichever side you take, you have to acknowledge Camilla was the source of the conflict and the heart of the marital breakdown [of Charles and Diana] from whose consequences these boys [William and Harry] have suffered.
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