Last week, Prince Harry sent shockwaves through the royal family when he announced he would be writing a memoir about his life. Though the tome will be "accurate" and "truthful," expert Angela Levin believes the dad-of-two will not hold back.
"I think he will go as far as possibly can," she explained of what he will reveal. "I don't think there are any more boundaries for him. I think that is a huge problem for the royals. It is like someone who has been caged, he said he felt trapped and now he has his freedom. And my goodness he is going to take revenge. That is a very important part of what he wants to do."
However, Levin shared that she heard the book "would be about Diana and her death and the people he didn't like surrounding that."
"That very well might be the rest of his family," she said. "The public will get quite exasperated by endless interviews and words about how badly he has been treated and how awful they are."
As The Royal Observer previously reported, Harry wants to have his daughter's christening in the U.K., which still makes Levin upset, as he and Meghan Markle live miles away in California.
"Yet in the meantime, he wants to have baby Lilibet Diana baptized in Windsor. It's a case of having your cake and eating it," she said.
The royal family is already dreading what Harry will spill, even though the book won't be released until next year.
"They have gone rogue. It is a fact. It’s incredibly worrying because they are so totally unpredictable. Anything is possible," royal writer Richard Fitzwilliams claimed, adding that the announcement has "complicated matters" for the family and "that in itself is a very worrying development."
Robert Jobson added, "I think he seems slightly detached from the things he does because when he talks about the Queen he talks of great fondness and talks of great respect for her and all of these things. But almost with a day, something comes out like his latest project that he has been working on for many many months with this ghostwriter in America."