Harry to launch ‘missiles against the royal family’ in book after ‘withholding material with Oprah’
Prince Harry may have deliberately omitted allegations in the Oprah Winfrey interview in order to have more material for his book, a brand expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex announced he was working on a new dissertation last month, sending shock waves through the Royal family.
Harry teamed up with Pulitzer Prize-winning ghostwriter JR Moehringer and has already completed the first draft, Sixth page reported.
Prince Guillaume and prince charles would already be “nervous” about the contents of the book.
Eric Schiffer, an expert in brand and reputation management, told the Daily Star that it could have a significant impact on the reputation of the Royal Family.
When asked if Harry had withheld any material from Oprah’s interview, he replied, “Yes, definitely.
“He didn’t shoot all the guns out of his deep emotional pain, childhood angst and challenges with Meghan and the royal family.
“They probably recognize that for personal or financial reasons it made more sense to hang on.”
In terms of marketing the book, Mr Schiffer believes Harry and Meghan’s team will target Gen Z and Millennial customers.
He said, “They identify strongly with them because of their desire to be transparent and to share their raw truth in an authentic light.”
Mr. Schiffer continued, “I think the book will grab the attention of millennials and millennials… in the United States and around the world.
“Harry and Meghan have both devised a conscious and strategic communications strategy to connect with this audience. “
A source said earlier American weekly that they are “particularly concerned about what Harry is about to reveal.”
The prince has not given in to his criticism of the royal family since the Oprah interview and has since compared his childhood to growing up in a “zoo”.
Harry said he and his family left the UK to “break the cycle” of “pain and suffering”.
Discussing the impact of his latest announcement, Mr Schiffer said: “I imagine the reaction would be an emotional inner outburst of anger, frustration and betrayal coupled with deep anxiety over large incoming missiles that could cause significant harm. to the brand and reputation. “
The Daily Star has contacted Harry and Meghan’s rep for comment.
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