Harry was criticised for adopting the royal title in his book, although stating that he was not writing it as a prince.


Harry was criticised for adopting the royal title in his book, although stating that he was not writing it as a prince.

PRINCE After stating that his memoirs were not written “as the prince,” Harry has been chastised for signing his book deal announcement with his full name.

A royal expert criticized Prince Harry for announcing his new book deal with Penguin Random House using his formal royal title. The Duke of Sussex announced yesterday that he would be publishing “an intimate and passionate” chronicle of his life, providing an unprecedented look inside the Royal Family and life post-Megxit.

“I love this remark Prince Harry made when he says he’s writing this book ‘not as the Prince he was born, but as the man he’s become,’ and he’s signed it as Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex,” said Sunrise entertainment correspondent Peter Ford.

“Talk about getting your knickers in a tangle!”

In response to the shocking news, he added, “I would add, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, to whom they are frequently likened, did write their memoirs as well.”

“Writing novels by estranged members of the Royal Family is not unheard of.”

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In 1951 and 1956, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, also known as King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, published their autobiographies.

King Edward VIII intended to abdicate after ascending to the throne in 1936 in order to marry his American divorcee girlfriend, Wallis Simpson.

The Queen’s father, King George VI, accepted the throne when the abdication produced a constitutional crisis.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are frequently compared to the Windsor pair, who both left the Royal Family for love and became estranged from their royal kin.

The Royal Family was taken aback by Prince Harry’s book agreement since they had no idea he was working on a memoir.

“I’m writing this not as the prince I was born, but as the man I have become,” the Duke stated in a statement.

“Over the years, I’ve worn many hats, both physically and metaphorically, and my hope is that by sharing my experience — the highs and lows, the mistakes, and the lessons gained – I may illustrate that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.”

His memoir will include details about his childhood, royal life, and military service. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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