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Prince Harry advised to be ‘cautious’ as fear of ‘legal threat’ mounts

Prince Harry advised to be ‘cautious’ as fear of ‘legal threat’ mounts

Prince Harry advised to be ‘cautious’ as fear of ‘legal threat’ mounts
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The royal family has cautioned Prince Harry about the growing threat of legal ramifications.

prince Prior to the release of his blockbuster tell-all memoir, Harry has been informed of the growing threat of legal ramifications from the royal family.

The Duke of Sussex has worried senior royals, according to The Telegraph’s Camilla Tominey, about what he will reveal in his upcoming book, which, according to Harry, will be ‘wholly truthful’ about his life and experience as a senior royal.

Tominey, who claims to have gotten a briefing on the impending memoir from the Queen’s solicitors, says Harry must be “very careful” about what he includes in it and that it must be “legally sound.”

she said, “On one hand, Harry reserves the right to write up his life story in any way that he sees fit. It is interesting and it’s probably the strongest shot across the boughs that we’ve had throughout the whole of the so-called Megxit saga with this briefing that we were given some weeks ago suggesting that the Queen’s lawyers would be poring over every line.”

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The briefing, according to the editor, was a success.“message to America to say don’t think you can just write anything that you like as you said at Oprah Winfrey without being challenged on it, without offering a right of reply.”

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