Prince Harry and Meghan Markle feud with the Royal Family could escalate over a new book about the ongoing royal feud.
Omid Scobie, royal author and rumoured pal of Meghan, is set to release Endgame – a follow-up to his 2020 book Finding Freedom.
According to NewsAU, the text will take readers “inside the Royal Family and the monarchy’s fight for survival”. The blurb reads: “An unpopular king, a power-hungry heir to the throne, [and] a queen willing to go to dangerous lengths to preserve her image.”
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It continues to claim it also focuses on “a prince forced to start a new life after being betrayed by his own family.” With chapters titled: “Shaky Ground: The Queen is Dead, the Monarchy Faces Trouble”, “‘Oh God, I Hate This’: King Charles’s Premiere” and “Gloves On: Prince William, Heir to the Throne”.
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Although one chapter, “Race and the Royals: Institutional Bigotry and Denial”, is expected to ruffle some feathers furthering the racism allegations made by the duke and duchess.
Palace aids told the MailOnline that the Royal Family are unlikely to comment on the book. However, “any charges of racism will be robustly rebutted."
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King Charles’ 75th birthday is next week and the family is expected to host a party. The Sunday Times has reported, “although it is understood Charles invited his second son to the family gathering, the Duke of Sussex is not making the trip”.
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Times’ royal editor Roya Nikkhah: “The King will miss his second son at his birthday party — though the same cannot be said for the rest of the family.”
Nikkhah spoke to “a source who recently spent time with the royal family in Scotland” and who revealed to her that prior to these money-spinning projects, inside the royal family, “there was always the hope that some things might be mended” with the Sussexes.
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However now, “the family has firmly shut the door on [the Sussexes] for the time being, because of the documentary and the book. … The King will be faster to forgive than the family because Harry is his son, but the door is still more shut than ajar at the moment.”
According to NewsAU, a Sussex spokesperson said that there had been “no contact” regarding Charles’ upcoming celebration.
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