The Duchess should probably not write the tome because "everybody's so turned off by them [the Sussexes] and their constant antics and lies," Lady Colin Campbell shared with an outlet.
"I have been told that Meghan is the one who is going to be writing a book and that Omid Scobie set up the situation for her to name the King and the Princess of Wales," the royal author added. "The book is not going to be written by Harry; it's going to be written by Meghan. But the fact of the matter is, in my opinion, everybody's so turned off by them and their constant antics and lies."
Lady C continued: "I don't think people are going to buy the book, in the same way that nobody has bought Endgame. It has tanked most appallingly. I suspect any book she writes is going to tank as well. And if it doesn't, her reputation will be sucked. She's going to tank with it."
A major detail that could be driving this point of analysis can be found in a strong dose of Sussex tell-all "fatigue" that seems to have swept over both royal and Harry/Meghan fans in equal measure.
"We've had Finding Freedom, we've had Endgame, which were both written by Scobie, and we've also had Spare," royal expert Phil Dampier dished. "Now he left quite a few chunks out of Spare, things that he could talk about. It might well be done by Meghan. This is something that's been hanging over the royal family and is probably one of the main barriers to any kind of reconciliation."
Dampier explained how the royal/Sussex rift will continue: "Because the King and William and Kate will just be worried that anything they say, any communications, any phone calls will end up in a new book. That is the big problem. They just don't trust him."
Regardless of whether his wife can succeed in the memoir space or not, the Duke of Sussex is reportedly primed for a follow-up to his bestselling tome.
"The most concerning thing about the book for the Palace was the concealment of significant portions of more recent occurrences," royal author Robert Hardman wrote in his new book, Charles III: New King. New Court. The Inside Story.
"It did not go unnoticed that Harry and Meghan’s wedding, their married life, and their eventual departure from the royal world amounted to a small part — less than a fifth — of Prince Harry’s memoir. This suggested either a sequel or, perhaps, a memoir by Meghan in due course," he concluded.
GBN reported on the expert opinions.