A new bombshell book promises "powerful revelations" about the Royal Family after years of "intimate access".

According to its author, The Palace Papers: Inside The House Of Windsor – The Truth And The Turmoil, will completely change how readers "perceive" the monarchy.

The book scheduled for an April release next year has been penned by Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown as a sequel to The Diana Chronicles published in 2007.

Publisher Penguin says the book is "full of nuanced details and searing insight" as it tells the "real story" of royal life since Prince William and Harry's mother died in 1997.

It will "irrevocably change the way readers perceive and understand the Royal Family," it claims.

Ms Brown – who developed the book from her "years of research" and "intimate access" to the Royals – will chart the Queen's "loosening grip" on the Firm, Penguin claims.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's renouncement of royal duties will also feature among the pages, The Mirror reports.

On Twitter yesterday, Ms Brown wrote: "Excited to announce my new book… read how the monarchy tried to preserve itself amidst explosive headlines."

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The Palace Papers – dubbed a "tour de force" by Publishing Director Ben Brusey – will be released months before Prince Harry's memoir.

It is expected to hit the shelves next year – possibly around the time the Queen is celebrating her historic Diamond Jubilee.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, is set to discuss Megxit and open up about the controversial switch to the US.

Harry said he is writing the book "not as the prince I was born, but as the man I have become" and stated that it will include "the highs and the lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned".

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Buckingham Palace fears further explosive headlines as they pick up the pieces from Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all Oprah interview.

Prince Harry has been warned that further revelations could be the 'final straw' for the anxious Royal Family.

He has been secretly working on a memoir for nearly a year – and it has triggered a "tsunami of fear" among royal circles.

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But royal author and publisher Andrew Lownie believes Harry’s personal account could prove to be a step too far for the Firm.

He told the Express that the memoir could sour Harry's already tricky relationship with his family.

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