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While Prince Harry makes us wait here are the scandalous royal memoirs that really ruffled feathers

Out of respect for his late grandmother, Prince Harry has postponed his potentially explosive memoir. He isn’t the first Windsor to raise eyebrows by putting pen to paper, writes Emily Hourican 

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Andrew Morton, who wrote 'Diana, Her True Story' with help from the princess

Andrew Morton, who wrote 'Diana, Her True Story' with help from the princess

The Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII, with his tell-all

The Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII, with his tell-all

Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret with their nanny Marion Crawford

Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret with their nanny Marion Crawford

Sarah Ferguson

Sarah Ferguson

Prince Harry

Prince Harry

Princess Diana in 1992, the year Andrew Morton's book came out

Princess Diana in 1992, the year Andrew Morton's book came out

Queen Victoria and John Brown

Queen Victoria and John Brown

King Charles at his mother's funeral

King Charles at his mother's funeral

Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, reacts as she, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Queen Camilla and King Charles attend the state funeral of Britain's Queen Elizabeth. REUTERS/Toby Melville

Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, reacts as she, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Queen Camilla and King Charles attend the state funeral of Britain's Queen Elizabeth. REUTERS/Toby Melville

Harry and Meghan being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey in 2021

Harry and Meghan being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey in 2021

Meghan and Harry

Meghan and Harry

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Andrew Morton, who wrote 'Diana, Her True Story' with help from the princess

Royal-watchers waiting with bated breath for their next fix of Prince Harry/Meghan drama will need to wait a little longer, with news that the publication of the prince’s hotly-anticipated memoir has been postponed.

The book, which he sold to Random House for a reported $20m, had been expected to be released next month, just in time for the Christmas market. But now Harry has said he is holding fire out of respect for the Queen’s passing – and possibly also in order to reflect on what he now wants to commit to print.


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