During Tuesday’s instalment of GB News, Royal expert Jennie Bond spoke concerning the foremost issue with Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir set to be released later this 12 months. The 72-year-old stated that for the reason that Sussexes’ interview with Oprah, there’s little trust between Harry and his brother Prince William.
Appearing on the show via video link, Jennie told the GB News hosts trust may be very necessary to the Royal Family.
She said: “I believe the issue with Harry writing his account of his life is that it has eroded trust, really.
“There may be very little trust after the Oprah interview particularly between William and Harry and other members of the royal family.
Touching on the memoir, which is ready to be released this November, Jennie said: “They do not know what bombshell goes to come back next.
“Trust is something that is very necessary in royal circles. There aren’t very many individuals they’ll trust. Discretion is all the things.”
The Royal expert said each Harry and Meghan have demonstrated they are not any longer willing to be discreet about what happened behind palace partitions.
She added: “They’re afraid of what will come out and yes, it continues to be I believe poisoning the connection between the 2 brothers who were so close.”
With the twenty fifth anniversary of their mother, Princess Diana’s, death approaching, Jennie told the GB News presenters it was sad to see them each at loggerheads with one another.
Speculation concerning the two brothers’ frosty relationship first began to emerge following the Sussexes’ interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2020.
In the course of the televised special, the Duchess of Sussex made quite a few revelations and allegations concerning the Royal Family since she had been introduced.
Within the interview, Prince Harry made an appearance where he spoke about his decision on leaving the royals.
He also touched on his “trapped” members of the family Prince Charles and Prince William.
Talking to Oprah, he said: “I used to be trapped inside the system like the remaining of my family are. My father and my brother, they’re trapped.
“They don’t get to go away and I even have huge compassion for that.”
Last 12 months, the Prince revealed he was going to write down a tell-all autobiography which he said could be accurate and wholly truthful about his time in the general public eye.
In an announcement surrounding the memoir, he explained people will get to read the highs, lows, mistakes and lessons he has passed through throughout his life.
He said: “I will help show that, regardless of where we come from, now we have more in common than we predict.”
Currently, the UK is anticipating Harry and Meghan’s return in September as they’re set to go to multiple different charities.
Initially of the month, the couple will go to Manchester for the One Young World summit.
Shortly after on September 8, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will go to the WellChild Awards which is a yearly event that celebrates the extraordinary achievements of seriously ailing children.
Since 2007, Prince Harry has been a patron of the organisation and has kept in close contact following his move to the states in 2020.