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The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, has announced he will be releasing a memoir about his life as a royal and the man he is "now".
The book is set to be released late next year with publisher Random House.
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe has now exclusively told OK! that Harry writing a book is concerning as he says it's an "entirely different kettle of fish" from the controversial sit-down interview he and wife Meghan Markle did earlier this year with Oprah Winfrey.
"I think one of the things we love about Harry is that he probably could write a whole book just about his mistakes," he said.
"I think the country's lived and breathed Prince Harry since he emerged from school. I think this is the real issue. Now that we are clear that Harry's breaking royal protocol, in the most spectacular way so far."
He stated: "It's one thing giving a one off, interview recorded live as The Oprah Winfrey Show was, but when you sit down and you spend weeks or months pondering and expanding on on the things that have made you angry, or that you want to get off your chest, is an entirely different kettle of fish."
Duncan then explained why it will be "devastating" for his father Prince Charles as he prepares to be future King, revealing the Prince of Wales has often been the target of Harry's "truth bombs".
"By saying he's writing this memoir, Prince Harry has just turned the gas up to maximum on the Royals," he continued.
"And you know, you think of someone like Prince Charles, who is very close now to becoming King, he has been one of the main targets of Prince Harry's truth bombs.
"Well, as Harry goes deeper, and expands wider into why he was saying what he said about his father, this could be devastating for Prince Charles just as he tries to take on the job that he's been waiting for since he was four years old."
When asked what we can expect from the memoir, which is to be released next year, Duncan said: "It’s interesting to see Harry talking about being a prince almost in the past tense.
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"He's saying his life as a prince but also his as the man he is now.
"That in itself raises so much potential danger for the royal family."
Duncan explained further: "If Prince Harry's book is a broadside attack on the fact we still have a royal family and how crazy he clearly thinks it is, then, I genuinely believe, given his seniority within that family and his profile as a member of that family, Prince Harry could spark the beginning of the end of the royal family."
It comes after sources say Harry and Meghan are hopeful they will be able to have their baby daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor christened at Windsor Castle.
A number of people close to Harry and Meghan, 39, say the couple are keen to have their baby girl christened at the same place as Archie, two.
A source said: "Harry told several people that they want to have Lili christened at Windsor, just like her brother."
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