Prince Harry warned criticising Queen in explosive memoir would be mistake

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Prince Harry has been warned against criticising the Queen in his upcoming book.

The royal, 37, is penning a tell-all memoir, which is expected to be unveiled later this year.

His book was the subject of a discussion on This Morning and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth said speaking out against his grandmother would be a "mistake".

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"He's not going to do knocking copy about the Queen because he adores his grandmother and that would be a big mistake," he said.

During the show, Gyles was asked by the ITV show's host Ruth Langsford if the book could be more criticism of the Royal Family.

But he replied: "Not necessarily.

"I think it could be a great anti-climax."

Gyles said the royal was thought to be getting a "great deal of money" so you "might expect there would therefore be revelations".

"But it could be that it's just a book telling his story and that there won't be," he went on.

The TV star also recalled how Harry's dad Prince Charles previously did a book and opened up about his childhood and feelings of loneliness.

"There will be an element of that and saying, 'Is this handed down from one generation to the next?'" Gyles predicted.

"There will be plenty for us to chew over."

In 2020 it was announced that Harry and his wife Meghan Markle would be taking a step back from their royal duties and there is thought to be tension between him and some other members of his family.

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Last year, the royal – who shares two young children with Meghan – confirmed that he was publishing a memoir that he said would be "accurate and wholly truthful".

It has been reported in recent days that the Duke of Sussex's relatives will only get to see his book at the same time as members of the public, rather than getting to read advance copies.

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