A few days ago it was known that Prince Henry of Sussex closed an agreement with the American publisher Penguin Random House to publish a series of four books and also agreed that the second be published only after the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. This has been revealed by the British tabloid Daily Mail, which added that the contract provides for a total advance of US $ 40 million.
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The details between Prince Henry and the American publisher for the next publications they have generated a schism inside the British royal family, where several of its members fear that these books contain scandalous news about them and the British monarch.
Last week, Prince Henry, 36, and the publisher announced the publication of the memoirs– The autobiography will be published in 2022 during the monarch’s historic Platinum Jubilee. And the royal house has already made it public that the Sussex princes may not be invited.
“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned throughout my life thus far and excited for people to read a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and totally truthful.”Henry of Sussex said in a statement. “I’m writing this not as a princebut as the man I have become ”, added the youngest son of Diana of Wales.
On the other hand, his wife, Meghan from Sussex, will write a wellness guide as part of the millionaire agreement with the American publisher, according to the aforementioned medium.. It is still unknown what the theme of the fourth book will be and who will write it. The contract was signed after Harry and Meghan made headlines around the world for their controversial interview with famous host Oprah Winfrey.