As the Queen ‘disowned her own nanny’ for disclosing royal secrets, Prince Harry issued a warning.
A royal broadcaster has told Prince Harry that his memoir could follow in the footsteps of Marion Crawford, the Queen’s nanny who was “disowned” after disclosing royal secrets.
The news of Prince Harry’s new memoir was a hot topic on This Morning’s View, and Camilla Tominey and Gyles Brandreth were on hand to share their thoughts. Camilla, a royal journalist, mentioned how the Queen “disowned” a former nanny after she exposed “secrets of royal life.” Is this a warning to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who will be “telling his story”? While the book’s details won’t be revealed until it’s published in late 2022, Gyles believes a film will be made based on it.
“What I find fascinating is, [returning]to your phone in there, ‘am I being unreasonable?’” Camilla was the first to speak. “Perhaps this is a question Prince Charles and the Queen ponder this morning.
“I think it’s raising eyebrows, not just having these Netflix deals and opening their hearts to Oprah Winfrey, but this unprecedented memoir, since Harry and Meghan departed for the US wanting to live a quieter life and below radar, and I think it’s raising eyebrows, not just having these Netflix deals and opening their hearts to Oprah Winfrey.
“People who write novels about the royals don’t get along with them,” she continued.
“The Queen famously disowned her own nanny, Marion Crawford, since she kept track of the royal family’s secrets.
Camilla said, “I think this is going to cause quite a bit of trouble inside Palace gates today.”
“It really created a lot of sorrow when Prince Charles and Diana did this in the 1990s – spilling the beans, letting it all hang out, may be excellent therapy for them but it would be brilliant box office,” Gyles added.
“And I believe there will be a movie someday – they’ve selected an unusual ghostwriter, which I say because I suspect Meghan has been engaged in some way.
“Anyway, Harry and Meghan have hired a ghostwriter in the form of JR Moehringer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist who has also penned biographies for celebrities like Nike’s founder,” he said.
“However, his writings have a habit of being adapted into films.
“I believe we will see Prince Harry’s book, which will not be titled.”Brinkwire Summary News.”