There is concern that the release of one of the books is reportedly due to come after the death of the Queen, which could hamper the ‘transition’ – a process that began several years ago to prepare the country slowly for the succession.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Harry’s lawyers have said the claim that he is waiting for his grandmother to pass away before releasing one of the books is ‘false and defamatory’.
The Prince will next year release the first book – described as a ‘definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him’ – to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of his mother Princess Diana.
But it also coincides with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and there is concern that it could overshadow celebrations to mark her 70 years as Monarch.
The Royal Family are reeling from ‘very real fears’ that Prince Harry’s four-book deal could destabilise the Monarchy by undermining the reputation of his father when he ascends the throne
There is concern that the release of one of the books is reportedly due to come after the death of the Queen, which could hamper the ‘transition’ – a process that began several years ago to prepare the country slowly for the succession
By Mark Hookham
The Sussexes have renewed their campaign against the British media after backing a fierce attack on the industry body that represents newspaper editors.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Archewell, the couple’s campaign and media organisation, has thrown its support behind a group of journalists who accused the Society of Editors of a ‘ham-fisted blanket denial of racism’.
The move could reignite the row sparked during the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, when Prince Harry claimed the UK tabloid media was ‘bigoted’ and created a ‘toxic environment’ of ‘control and fear’. ITV, which bought the UK rights to the interview, was later forced to edit out some misleading and distorted headlines which portrayed British press coverage of the couple as racist.
Society of Editors executive director Ian Murray said the couple’s accusations were ‘not acceptable’ and the UK media ‘has a proud record of calling out racism’. However, his comments prompted a backlash that led to his resignation and the postponement of the society’s press awards.
Some 123 journalists – 36 of whom work for the Left-leaning Guardian – last week issued a letter in which they accused the society of a failure of ‘moral leadership’.
Supporting the letter, Archewell said it was ‘seeking to bring awareness to a coalition of UK journalists calling for stronger initiatives to combat the under-representation, inequity and racial