Omid Scobie's controversial book, Endgame, was pulled from shelves in Holland thanks to a "royal racism" controversy. But that edition allegedly included "vile things" about Queen Camilla, up to and including details about her "underwear," according to veteran royal expert and biographer Angela Levin.
Levin also shared that her insider information passed on that the shelved version from The Netherlands had many "nasty things about Prince William" in it as well.
That copy became notorious shortly after the book's release on November 28 when a "translation error" showed that King Charles III and Kate, Princess of Wales, were named as two senior royals who allegedly questioned Prince Archie's potential skin color. In her and Prince Harry's 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle claimed it was only one monarchy member who inquired about her son's eventual complexion.
This insight was made as Levin also explained how any potential return to the royal family could be detrimental to the monarchy.
"The fact that he has no respect for his father, no respect for his birth, I think he is going to be a big danger because he will go into competition with the royal family themselves. London is his home, and he wants his children to be here. They can’t be unless they get top protection. I thought to myself, if he starts doing that, it’s because everything else has failed. He wants to come back. He wants to be a member of the royal family again, but my goodness, he is a very changed Harry, and he’s going to do what he wants," she added.
Levin continued: "I don’t think he deserves [it]. It’s police with guns. He can get a second-grade one if he wants with no trouble at all. But if he wants that, he takes them off the street for people like you and me. They will have to have four of them, and three times a day they change. I think that’s really dangerous. I hope that the decision that’s made is that he can have very good protection."
Other analysts feel that the Duke of Sussex should drop his non-stop legal challenges.
"Harry has an addiction to litigation. That is a legal category called vexatious litigant. Harry needs to go into treatment and realize it’s one thing if the press defames you, it’s quite another thing to scratch around looking for all sorts of things trying to attack a free press when you are supporting the right to a press to be free. Harry is anti-free speech. He called the First Amendment 'bonkers.' Harry needs to grow up and realize if he is going to behave as a prince and claim to be one, he needs to start to act as one," Lady Colin Campbell told an outlet.
GBN interviewed Levin.