‘Will Charles be reimbursed for his money?’ Prince Harry has issued a warning about a £14.5 million advance for his memoir.
Following speculations that he is poised to print a tell-all book, Prince Charles has sent a harsh warning to Prince Harry about whether he will be paid back the “significant cash” he loaned his son to establish up a new life in the United States.
The Duke of Sussex has announced that he will publish a biography on his life in late 2022. The “intimate and heartfelt” book will present a “definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped form him,” according to Penguin Random House. However, royal analyst Robert Jobson slammed Harry for allegations that he will be paid £14.5 million ($20 million) in advance for the memoir, despite the fact that he was still receiving money from his father Charles when he relocated to the United States.
Until last summer, Harry and Meghan received a “significant sum” from Charles, according to Clarence House.
“Talk of a $20 million advance for Prince Harry’s memoir,” Mr Jobson posted on Twitter (with profits going to charity).
“I wonder if the prince would reimburse his father for the money he gave him to establish up shop in America before trashing him in his book?”
The Duke and Duchess of York resigned from their royal duties in early 2020 and are now residing in California with their two children, citing a desire to pursue financial independence.
In March, the couple shocked the Royal Family by telling Oprah Winfrey in a TV appearance that a member of the Royal Family had expressed concern over their son’s skin color.
Meghan also revealed that her life as a princess had driven her to contemplate suicide.
Harry also claimed that his family financially abandoned him once he and Meghan “stepped back” from their roles as senior royals.
In the “first quarter of 2020,” he said, “my family literally cut me off financially.”
During the 2020-21 financial year, however, Charles’ records revealed that almost £4.5 million was spent on the couple’s and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s activities.
This began in April of 2020.
According to a senior Clarence House spokesperson, the Prince of Wales has set aside “a significant sum” to assist them in their journey to financial independence.
“That money terminated in the summer of last year,” they stated.
“The pair is now financially self-sufficient.”
The Sussexes’ representative said there was no difference in the timeline.
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