Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been warned against making more claims against the Royal Family as they both plot their career paths.
The Duke of Sussex received a furious backlash following the release of his tell-all memoir, Spare, in January after making several controversial claims against the Royal Family, deepening a rift with the likes of King Charles and Prince William.
Harry and Meghan’s next career move remains up the air after a turbulent 2023, with reports suggesting the former actress could follow her husband by writing and releasing her own memoir.
But Royal Family commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has issued a huge warning over such a move, telling Daily Express US: “Harry and Meghan are supposed to have signed a four-book contract with Penguin Random House but we have only seen one released.
You can’t trust them. They could decide to do this, they could decide to do that, and they are so unpredictable.
“If Meghan were to release her memoirs, it wouldn’t be possible to release such a book without it being sensational, and that could cause enormous problems.”
Mr Fitzwilliams warned the claims made by Harry in his own memoir Spare spectacularly backfired as he now no longer has a base in the UK to stay at when he makes the occasional visit to the country.
He also claimed the attacks on the Royal Family “adversely affected the value of their brand” – something they will “seriously need to take into consideration”.
The royal expert said: “The claims Harry made in Spare cost him his base in the UK because they were simply not going to be allowed to stay in Frogmore Cottage.