The nine questions Prince Harry must TRUTHFULLY answer in bombshell memoir

PRINCE Harry has vowed to be “wholly truthful” in his upcoming bombshell memoir.

The Duke, 36, announced last week he had been writing a new book on his life – and it’s been said the Palace “should be afraid” of what’s to come from it.

MegaHarry said he will be truthful – but he has a lot to open up about[/caption]

The news has sent shockwaves through the Palace – with months of tension expected as the Royals wait to see what explosive claims Harry will release.

It comes after it was reported that Charles was “surprised” by the news that Prince Harry was writing an explosive tell-all memoir.

But here are the crucial questions that Harry must TRUTHFULLY address as he pens his tell-all book.

RACE CLAIMS

During the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, Meghan Markle claimed that there had been conversations with Harry and a “family” member about their unborn son and what colour his skin would be.

She also said the couple’s son Archie wasn’t made a prince after “concerns and conversations” about “how dark” his skin would be when he was born.

But the 39-year-old declined to say who had started those conversations, saying it would be “damaging” for them.

Harry said he would “never share” the full details of the discussion but that he was asked at the start of his relationship with Meghan, how dark the skin of their children might be.

And royal experts believe it may be something Harry opens up about.

CUT OFF FROM CHARLES

The Duke of Sussex claimed he had been forced to make deals with Netflix and Spotify after saying he had been cut off by the Royal Family following Megxit.

But Charles’ annual report, released by Clarence House, shows he gave the Sussexes and Cambridges a share of £4.45million.

At odds with his claims of being “cut off”, Harry was in fact handed a “substantial sum” by his “generous” father.

Penny Junor, Harry’s biographer, says his remarks would have upset his father: “I’m not surprised Charles has given Harry money.

It comes as:

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“He cares about his son and is a generous man. Why did Harry say he was cut off financially?

“Charles will have been enormously hurt by that comment. I feel sorry for him.”

Harry may have to address the issue with his father in the book – and straighten out the facts.

KATE AND MEGHAN’S TEARS

Reports of the row over bridesmaid dresses first surfaced when it was reported Meghan had made Kate cry in the run-up to her and Harry’s wedding in May 2018.

But in her Oprah Winfrey TV interview, Meghan, 39, denied that and claimed it was the other way round.

She said “the reverse happened” and that Kate had apologised to her for making her cry.

Meg added: “The narrative with Kate – which didn’t happen – was really, really difficult and something that. I think that’s when everything changed, really.”

Insiders have also claimed that Kate was also left tearful by Meg’s reaction to her floral peace offering when they were neighbours at Kensington Palace.

So what is the real story? Hopefully, Prince Harry will address the feud face-on.

ARCHIE’S TITLE

Meghan and Harry say were told before the bombshell interview that Prince Charles would not make Archie a prince.

Meghan told Oprah that “they” just “didn’t want him to be a Prince or Princess.”

As a grandchild of the sovereign Archie has the right to be a Prince, but it is understood that Charles is determined to limit the number of key working members of the family. 

He believes that the public no longer wishes to pay for a growing monarchy, and has told senior Royals of his plans to cut down working members of the family. 

But Omid Scobie previously alleged that the decision to reject his courtesy title, The Earl of Dumbarton, was actually dreamed up by Harry and Meghan as “part of giving him as normal a life as possible.”

SplashArchie’s title is still a contested subject – which Harry may speak about truthfully[/caption]

OPRAH’S TRUTH

As someone who is dedicated to telling the truth, as he has made clear in the advertisement for his memoir, would Harry consider Oprah’s interview truthful?

Many have cast doubts on certain lines of enquiry – especially when Oprah said that there was “constant criticism, blatant sexist, and racist remarks by British tabloids.”

In the interview, a headline from the Mail on Sunday was cropped and shown on the screen, reports the paper.

The full headline read: “‘Meghan’s seed will taint our Royal Family’: UKIP chief’s glamour model lover, 25, is suspended from the party over racist texts about Prince Harry’s wife-to-be.”

But Oprah’s production removed all but the first seven words – falsely suggesting the paper had published an opinion article bashing Meghan.

REASONS FOR MEGXIT

When Meghan joined the Royal Family, she said: “Our plan was to do this for ever.

“I wrote letters to his family saying: ‘I am dedicated to this. Use me as you’d like.’”

However, Prince Harry told Oprah that they had spoken about Megxit for “two years” before – suggesting they were planning it from January 2018.

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THE PALACE ‘ISOLATION’

In the bombshell Oprah interview, Meghan said that she had her passport confiscated and that she only left the house twice in four months while in England.

But Court Circular records show Meghan’s attendance at official engagements on 73 days in the 17 months between her wedding and moving to North America.

At least 65 of those days involved leaving her home, and there are just two apparent gaps both in 2019:

One is from March 22 to July 6 – which was when she was pregnant with Archie, attended the Trooping the Colour, a baseball game in London, Wimbledon, and other events.

And from July 14 to September 23, Meghan went on holiday abroad at least four times in Italy, France, Ibiza and the US.

Harry’s book will hopefully explain why there doesn’t seem to be a “four-month” period where she only left the house twice.

SHOWBIZ PLANS

Harry has created quite a storm in the showbiz world – guest starring on podcasts, signing deals with Spotify and Netflix, and hanging out with presenters like James Cordon.

Was this in Harry’s plan all along? Did he want to transition from Royal fame to Hollywood fame?

THE ‘REAL’ WEDDING

Meghan and Harry married in secret three days before their wedding at Windsor Castle, the couple revealed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared the revelation during their tell-all interview with Oprah.

But that was exposed as a sham — by their own wedding certificate.


The official who drew up the licence for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding says Meghan is “obviously confused” over the marriage.

And then the Archbishop of Canterbury confirmed Meghan and Harry weren’t legally married in their back garden three days before the royal wedding.

RexMeghan said she got married three days before their wedding – but it wasn’t true, according to the Archbishop of Canterbury[/caption]