Nicholl, who wrote the book ‘The New Royals’, Harry will not hold back in his upcoming memoir. Speaking to OK! Magazine, Katie said the issue of racism in the Royal family was likely to come up again.
She said: “Similar themes, the very title is very indicative of the thrust of this book, Harry struggles with being the spare and his frustration.
“I suspect we will hear more about growing up royal which will be very interesting and clearly his journey to find the one. Their love story will perhaps be retold. There is still a lot more he can say, there are conversations he can cover.”
Prince Harry is also set to take part in an ITV interview, which will also concern Royals, soon. Along with their wife Meghan Markle, he has stepped down from official Royal duties.
When asked about the potential reaction from the royals, including William, she said: “I don’t think the royal family is terrified by anything, least of all of what is going to come next in Harry’s autobiography.
“But concerned, apprehensive? Yes. Ready to respond? Quite possibly. Wearied by all of this? Absolutely.” The Duke of Sussex is set to release his memoir, Spare, in the new year where he will detail his life in the royal family and the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
This comes after Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series, where the couple did not hold back about the struggles they faced while working as senior members of the family.
Harry alleged Prince William was ‘screaming and shouting’ at him in front of the late Queen after he revealed his plans to move to America, and hinted his brother is linked to the leaking of a royal aide’s messages. Many royal fans are left wondering exactly what Harry’s book will entail, and how worried the royals should be ahead of its release.
Katie added: “He can reveal the alleged racist royal, he can reveal what William actually said in that text message which was so tantalizing held up to Meghan but not screened to the rest of the world.
“A lot has been left on a cliffhanger and there is a £35m book deal here so don’t underestimate the couple or their capacity to surprise and throw in a few more bombs just when you thought there were no more.”