Harry ‘falling into good cop, bad cop trap’ after Meghan’s Netflix announcement
Prince Harry’s revelation that he is writing his memoirs is making the Sussexes look like a “good cop, bad cop” duo with Meghan Markle coming out with the positive news, a royal expert believes.
The announcement was made this week that the Duke of Sussex was secretly working on a tell-all autobiography with Penguin Random House.
With the book set to be released in 2022, it has started plenty of speculation about what will come to light from the book particularly with regards to any new stories about the Royal Family.
It came days after Meghan revealed she will be executively producing a Netflix children's series with a strong emphasis on feminism.
Royal commentator Richard Eden, talking on the Palace Confidential podcast, feels that Harry continuing to dig up stories about the royals contrasts badly with the feel-good news coming from Meghan.
“I do think we are getting a sort of element of good cop, bad cop with Meghan and Harry isn’t coming out well,” he said.
“Last week we were on this programme talking about the big Sussex announcement which was a Meghan TV project for Netflix and that was all very positive about her as a feminist role model.
“And the next week it’s bad Harry, he’s going to be spilling the beans with his tell-all memoirs. This seems to be a narrative that Harry is falling into, that he’s the one making the claims, making the allegations and Meghan is rising above that.”
Since moving to the United States last year, both Harry and Meghan have spoken out about life as a royal and how he realised early on that it was not what he wanted.
In other royal news, Harry's nephew Prince George celebrated his eighth birthday yesterday (July 22).
A lip reader has since looked back on the third in line to the throne's first day at school and revealed the comforting message Prince William gave him about the prying cameras.
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