Prince Harry is said to have "no regrets" over his upcoming memoir despite the potential to cause a huge row in the Royal Family, an insider has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex is set to release his bombshell autobiography, Spare, on January 10 next year, and it has been claimed the book has been a "rough process" for the Prince.
It comes as the Royal Family prepare for the release of the memoir, which has been pushed back and allegedly re-written in places to make space for musings on the Queen's death.
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Yet one source has said that the Duke has "no regrets" over the contents of the book, which are currently unknown.
According to one source who believes Harry is "working hard to strike a balance that will hopefully minimise the fallout caused by this book", it will see the Prince stick "true to his principles".
The insider, speaking to US, also said that there would be some leeway to keep the publishers, Penguin Random House, "happy at the same time" as conveying his "principles".
Said book has reportedly been "rough" for the Duke, with the source saying: "It’s been a very rough process. And very difficult for him to recount certain traumatic events from his childhood.
"At the same time, he’s found it cathartic and there are no regrets at this stage."
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Upon the announcement of his book, Prince Harry claimed it would be about "the man I have become" and not quite about the prince.
His press release added that the Duke of Sussex hopes that "in telling my story – the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned – I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think."
Demand for the book appears to be at an embarrassing low as of late, with Daily Star reporting some retailers have slashed the price of the book.
Said book may avoid any real, harsh detail, as one expert speaking to Daily Star believes that the Sussexes don't want a war with King Charles III.
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