Prince Harry may be be willing to “ditch his £35m memoir to bag an invite” to his father King Charles ’ coronation, claims one royal commentator, as she said the Prince was “desperate” to secure an invitation.

Charles is due to be formally crowned the King in a historic ceremony at Westminster Abbey on May 6th next year – the same day that Harry’s young son Archie is due to turn four.

Yet despite the scheduling clash, royal commentator Angela Levin has said the Duke of Sussex is “desperate” to attend, and may even be willing to scrap his tell-all memoir as a show of good faith.

Late last month it was reported that the explosive memoir had been delayed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with an additional chapter about the Queen specifically due to be added.

However many royal experts are divided on whether the autobiography will ever be released, with some believing it will proceed as scheduled, while others argue it may even be scrapped entirely.

Angela is in the latter camp, and suggested that axing the book may be a way for the Duke and his wife Meghan Markle to attend the coronation, as she said they were "desperate to go to the coronation.”

She claimed: "Maybe Meghan is desperate to wear one of the 40 Tiaras. Who knows?"

"They've got a new PR team and I think they're trying to present them in a better way. It's tricky, isn't it?

"I don't feel sympathy whatsoever because if it was okay to write that when the Queen was alive, it's nasty. It's not suddenly okay if they take it down because the Queen is no longer with us."

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Prince Harry’s memoir is just one of a four-book deal made with publishers Penguin Random House, but the project has been shelved temporarily following the sad passing of the Duke’s grandmother last month.

Initially planned to be released at the end of the year, it has since been pushed to 2023, with many commentators speculating that an Easter release was the most likely.

As per a July press release, the memoir itself will be a series of firsthand accounts as told by the Prince, of the “the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him” throughout the course of his life.

Starting with his childhood, the book will explore how he coped with his mother Princess Diana ’s death, his impressive military career which saw him serve in Afghanistan, and even on to more recent milestones in his life, such as becoming a husband and a father.

Yet amid the trip down memory lane, the book will also reportedly feature a number of never-before-revealed truths that could send ricochets throughout the Royal family and change their public image forever.

"There's a lot of new stories in there about the past that Harry has not spoken about before, about his childhood," a source told Page Six. "There is some content in there that should make his family nervous.”


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