Prince Harry is “bitter and fed up with being the spare instead of the heir”, according to a royal expert.

Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with the Prince, has made the comments ahead of the expected release of his biography later this year.

The explosive memoir has been hanging over the Royal Family for more than a year, and Angela believes publishers Penguin Random House will be looking for a “story” and she predicts Harry, 37, will give them one.

She told Daily Mail’s royal talk show Palace Confidential: “He’s now so bitter and resentful that he will say what he really feels and see things that he accepted years ago as now being really dreadful.

“I think he really wants to show his power over William because he was fed up with being the spare rather than the heir – I think he’s got a lot of poison in his blood now about what he feels about his background and his family.”

The Duke of Sussex’s £14.7million memoir is set to be released sometime this year and his friends have previously told the Mirror he’s holding nothing back: “If they think he's gone soft, they are mistaken. Just wait for the book to come out because that will shake the monarchy to the core.”

Harry’s publishers, Penguin Random House, describe the explosive read as “the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him”.

The prince’s pals added: “People think he’s keeping a low profile to respect the family, but it’s not that.”

According to the Duke’s friends, Harry is holding onto his opinions in order to release them in bulk on publication day.

Plus, the Royal Family may have their personal lives laid bare for the world to see.

The friends shared: “The memoir deal states that it should include personal details of personal and family arrangements. And it will be a really intimate take on his feelings about his family and what has gone in the breakdown of the relationship.”

Along with his childhood, military adventures and many qualms with the Royal Family, Harry may tackle his marriage to ex-Suits actressMeghan Markleand the abuse she has suffered.

Historian Dr Edward Owens told Express.co.uk: “We might get a fuller picture of how they felt and why they did what they did in terms of Megxit.”

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