'Sick of both': Harry & Meghan risk waning popularity as memoir comes 'two years late'

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Prince Harry’s memoir will not get a “warm reception” and should have been released after Megxit, an expert claims. Kinsey Schofield, host of the To Di For Daily podcast, told Express.co.uk that the Royal Family have “always been hyper aware of their image”, and would be concerned about Harry’s memoir.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Ms Schofield said: “The Royal Family has always been hyper aware of their image and reputation… the same way Hollywood judges talent on Q scores.

“However, the Firm has suffered far worse than a book ghost written by someone who is supposed to be pretending to be Prince Harry.

“Prince Harry would have had a warm reception for this project had he released it fresh off of Megxit but all we’ve seen from these two is a grievance tour and I think the general public are pretty sick of them both.

“We don’t necessarily trust them and we wonder if either one of them has ever had a good day in their life. Are they allergic to happiness?”

Harry may fly to the United Kingdom to promote his memoir in early 2023, according to reports in the Daily Mail.

A source told the outlet: “Put it this way, it’s not going to make for a relaxing family Christmas.”

However, it comes after The Mirror reported Harry and Meghan turned down an invitation to spend Christmas with the royal family in Sandringham.

Another source said the Sussex’s and royal’s relationship are “near rock bottom” despite hopes that there might have been a “thawing of relations” following the Queen’s death in September.

READ MORE: Prince Harry’s hunt for ‘closure’ treats Firm as ‘collateral damage’

One insider told the Mirror the royals were “completely caught by surprise” by the title of the memoir.

They added: “This book could spell the end for any relationship Harry wants to have with his family, it’s desperately sad.

“Everyone is bracing themselves for yet another fraught and frantic period at the mercy of the Sussexes.”

Meanwhile, Ms Schofield told Express.co.uk claims Kate, the Princess of Wales, and Prince William are already ahead of Meghan and Harry in terms of popularity stateside.

She said: “Polling suggests that the Prince and Princess of Wales are much more popular that Harry and Meghan in America and I don’t expect for that to change.

“I do expect for Americans to see much more of Prince William and Catherine throughout the king’s reign.“

The Prince of Wales will visit Boston on December 2 for the second Earthshot Prize awards ceremony.


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