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Harry recently announced that he would write and publish an autobiography in late 2022, with proceeds from the book going to charity. The 36-year-old made the announcement on his Archewell website, where he and his wife Meghan Markle post updates of their efforts. Writing on the website, Harry said the book would be an “accurate and entirely true” account of his life so far, adding that he planned to write the book “not like the prince I was born, but like the man I have become ”.
This has led commentators around the world to speculate on what kind of memorabilia can be included in memoir pages and who should be concerned about their inclusion.
It’s unclear exactly who will be mentioned, but a number of Harry’s friends are said to be concerned that some of their antics will be mentioned, although they never speak publicly about it.
According to a Daily Mail, a source said earlier this year: “There is a fear that he will reveal details of his hedonistic youth, which some say will wreak havoc on their careers and personal lives.
“Harry’s companions have remained loyal to him… until now.
Cressida Bonas “might be tempted” to break ranks and “write about the relationship with Harry”
Prince Harry alongside Cressida Bonas in 2014
“If Harry slams any of his former school mates and military in his new book, they’ve vowed to break ranks to tell their story.”
Among those friends likely to speak out is Harry’s former partner Cressida Bonas, with whom the Duke of Sussex has been for two years starting in 2012.
The actress was reportedly “shocked” to hear of the upcoming memoirs, with the company columnist for the Daily Mail quoting a friend saying “maybe she would be tempted to write about [the relationship] now”.
The source added, “She might give a different perspective on the relationship.”
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Cressida Bonas and Prince Harry had been together for two years
Writing for News.au.com, royal commentator Daniela Elser said Cressida was unlikely to make such a move, especially given her relative silence on how much time the couple spend together.
However, she argued, it raised a number of questions about the loyalty of those around her and whether they were willing to maintain their record of not telling a story.
Ms Elser wrote: “While the chances of this happening are slim, given that Cressida has only been impressively discreet about her romance with Harry, the very fact that this issue is even debated publicly for the first time is remarkable.
“Just in case the possibility of his old friends becoming fuzzy is not of sufficient concern, Harry’s revealer could also potentially see Royal Assistants given the nod to fight back and speak publicly about the experiences of working with Harry and Meghan.”
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Cressida has already spoken about her life since dating Harry which saw her become a star of the stage.
Last year, she told the Australian Daily Telegraph that she once feared being called an “it” girl for the rest of her life.
Cressida said: “The fear of failure, the fear of rejection, the fear of not doing it right, the fear of not being perfect… I think that has limited me in certain situations in my life.”
The publication said she “hinted at what might have been” if she had married into the royal family.
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Katie Nicholl, author of the 2017 biography “Harry: Life, Loss and Love”, also explained how Cressida was totally “scared” after seeing Harry’s sister-in-law Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, perform her royal duties. .
She added: “Cressida was ‘completely scared’ watching TV coverage of William, Kate and George touring New Zealand and Australia that spring.”
A friend told the author: “She (Cressida) was sitting at home watching Kate on the royal tour of Australia, and it was a wake-up call.
“There was no way she wanted that kind of attention and she told Harry that.”