Prince Harry has been working on his autobiography for many months. But it is not about to be published, according to information from the Mail on Sunday of this Sunday, September 25. The British newspaper reveals that its publishing house refused the first manuscript sent by the prince, even though Harry called on a “pen” to help him with the writing.
“The first version they received was perceived as too ‘mushy'”reveals the Mail on Sunday.
To recount all the stages of his life, the prince received an advance of 20 million dollars from the Penguin Random House. But it seems that the first version does not include enough information and anecdotes about royalty. Prince Harry’s memoir as it stands would be “far too focused on his mental health issues compared to what they had asked for”says the Mail on Sunday.
The death of Queen Elizabeth and the wave of emotion that overwhelmed the British does not make things easier because certain passages must also be rewritten in view of the events.
“In the book, there could be passages which it would be inappropriate to publish so soon after the events (…) He desperately wants to make changes. But it may already be too late”finally indicates the newspaper.
In short, the release of the memoirs is not expected immediately and the prince will have to work a little more to get this book out.